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Amanda Liu

Amanda Liu, a senior at St. Gregory College Preparatory School, is a semifinalist in the prestigious U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Read more»

Rep. Ted Vogt is an Arizona legislator and University of Arizona law student.

Rep. Ted Vogt is a Tucson Republican and the new kid on the block. He was appointed to the legislature in the middle of the session. In the meantime, he's trying to keep up on his readings for law school — he's in his final semester at the UA. Read more»

Dr. Pierre Blanche demonstrates the laser technology that produces 3-D images for television at one of the optic labs at the University of Arizona.

UA scientists are working on technology that will not only make it possible to watch 3-D flicks without those annoying glasses, but also will have more serious practical applications when it comes to medical and military imaging applications. Read more»

Newly appointed member of the Board of Regents Rick Myers has become a well-known leader through his management skills and international business expertise. Myers was appointed in January to an eight-year term on the board. He's taking the lessons he learned in his career at IBM and applying them to public service. Read more»

President Obama tours Space Exploration Technologies' commercial rocket processing facility at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida with CEO Elon Musk on April 15. Obama also visited the NASA Kennedy Space Center to talk about NASA's future.

The Obama administration’s new direction for NASA's human spaceflight program should be a modest benefit to Tucson’s aerospace community in the short term, but could be a major boost should its admittedly vague long-term goals pan out. Read more» 1

University of Arizona President Robert Shelton

Honor students are staying away from the University of Arizona in the wake of the state's new immigration law, according to a memo from President Robert Shelton. Read more»

NASA's Cassini's spacecraft captured this image of Saturn's Titan moon.

Two researchers from Arizona and Arizona State universities are being hailed in the field of astrobiology, and a UA professor was elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Read more» 1

Five more Tucson public schools are slated to be closed. Read more»

Teachers and students in the Tombstone Unified School District will be traveling to the San Pedro River to hone math skills.

Teachers in Tombstone will soon bring the San Pedro River to their classrooms in a unique effort to boost the math skills of students. Read more»

Let's get things straight: I'm what you'd call a descriptive grammarian. When I'm wearing my cartoonist's hat, however, I feel no qualms whatsoever about elbowing just about anyone in the ribs. Read more» 1

Lorena Ochoa in 2009.

Lorena Ochoa, the top female golfer in the world, announced her retirement Tuesday. The former Wildcat's surprise decision was confirmed on her website, ahead of an already-scheduled Friday press conference. Read more»

Karl Pieroway, men's basketball coach at Pima Community College since June 2008, has resigned, the college said. Read more»

Six Tucson area schools were awarded top scores by the Arizona Education Foundation. Read more»

New federal legislation that cuts “middle-man” private banks out of financial aid will save the federal government a projected $68 billion – much of which will be directed to shore up Pell grants for students. Read more»

If you're inclined to vote in the May 18 special election on the proposed sales tax, make sure you're registered by midnight Monday. Read more» 2

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