The Wildcat Way

Sept. 10, 2014
UA student and military veteran Felisa Hervey writes about war in poems drawn from her unique experience as a veteran and civilian. Hervey's most recent collection is "Letters to War and Lethe."
Aug. 26, 2014
With the start of the new academic year, hundreds of incoming freshman are better prepared for their transition into high after having completed the New Start program. The comprehensive, six-week summer program orients and acclimates high school students to the academic rigor and social engagement characteristic of campus life.
Aug. 4, 2014
The UA's Alumni Magazine featured 10 people who graduated from the UA 10 years ago and decided to give back to the UA. Their stories describe lifelong friendships and encounters with UA professors and advisers who changed their perspectives and helped catapult their careers.
July 25, 2014
UA members of the Bohol Medical Mission team performed surgeries in Bohol.
July 2, 2014
The BlastOff! summer camp at the UA is helping to develop the next generation of scientists. Founded by students and faculty in the UA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, the student-run camp provides middle school students with a foundational understanding of STEM-related research and careers.
June 16, 2014
UA political science student Trevor Gervais, an Arizona Assurance scholar, is on a personal mission to ensure that educational resources are available to more students. Serving as a peer adviser in the Pathway to Academic Student Success probation program, Gervais mentors students whose grades have suffered for a variety of reasons, helping them to become better prepared so that they can stay at the UA and eventually graduate.
May 19, 2014
The UA's 150th Commencement ceremony included a high-energy fireworks show and memorial sendoff for thousands of UA students who earned their degrees. And the event included a number of sweet moments, including the engagement of two graduates.

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