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Dancers descend on Tucson from all over the country each year to compete for a coveted spot at one of the nation’s top dance schools: The University of Arizona’s School of Dance. Read more
Agnese N. Haury gave $3 million toward her $9 million pledge to the UA’s Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. Agnese, a longtime supporter of the University, is the widow of Emil W. Haury, one of the lab’s founders and a co-facilitator of the UA’s first tree-ring dating class. Read more.
The plaza, created by the Department of Women’s Studies and the Women’s Studies Advisory Council, aims to recognize women from all walks of life. Read more.