An interim vice president at Pima Community College who got $5,000 from taxpayers to relocate to Tucson is gone after barely six weeks on the job.
Tonight, on an evening dedicated to lovers, UA student Sasha Petkovic will don a red dress and go dancing with a gentleman four times her age.
A psychologist responsible for overseeing the handling of threatening students at Pima Community College is leaving and will not be replaced.
Pima Community College isn’t dealing effectively with troubled students like Jared Lee Loughner, and its campus police department is decades behind the times, two new consultant reports show.
Graduate students of optical sciences have 10 million reasons to smile at the University of Arizona.
Enrollment continues to drop by double digits at Pima Community College, and for the first time in a long time, officials there are taking steps to stop it.
The head of Pima Community College’s largest program is resigning after an investigation of claims she tried to solicit prescription painkillers from subordinates.
If Ronald McDonald wins your heart as a kid, he may stay in your head for decades, skewing your nutritional judgment, shows a landmark study with University of Arizona ties.
The University of Arizona could gain hundreds more students if the unbeaten Wildcats hoops team goes all the way this year, history suggests.
A University of Arizona fraternity accused of drugging a film star’s drink has decided to ban booze at frat-house parties.
Stinging kitchen critiques may be fine for reality TV chefs, but they have no place at a publicly funded cooking school, investigations by Pima Community College have concluded.
An associate professor at the University of Arizona has been recognized by the White House as one of the nation’s most promising math geeks.
A former University of Arizona president who quit UA to lead a Phoenix-area sports organization is returning to Tucson in a new role.
After months of testing the waters, a citizens group launched a recall drive Monday against the two longest-serving members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board.
Pima Community College has hired an internationally recognized expert to see if the school is dealing properly with troubled students who may pose safety threats.
He may have a top-rated team, but basketball coach Sean Miller is raising ire internally at the UA for an ad campaign some see as helping a business competitor.
Phones soon will be ringing across Pima County in an effort to find out what taxpayers think of their embattled community college.
High school dropouts are lining up in Tucson to take the test that could change their lives before the paper and pencil version disappears.
Tom Chandler, a retired attorney considered to be among Tucson’s most dedicated philanthropists, has died. He was 94.
In the era of texting and tweeting, a centuries-old communication technique still has fans at the University of Arizona.
Pima Community College has hired an interim boss for a campus recently left leaderless after two top officials were fired.
The University of Arizona is looking at the big picture as it plans for the future.
Pima Community College may soon turn to Google and Facebook when vetting executive job seekers after a hopeful with a questionable past ended up on a short list for an interim campus president’s job.
The board that runs Arizona’s public universities voted down a proposal Thursday to create a new, cheaper tuition category for young people brought into the country illegally as children.