Sinkhole de Mayo: Largest earthquake in Arizona swarm this morning

Background: Dozens of earthquakes in Arizona swarm this month grow in magnitude AZ region hit by 22 earthquakes since March 28th, growing stronger everyday The latest, from the morning of May 5th, 2016. A magnitude 3.8 earthquake struck at 06:49 a.m. this morning in the area of northwest Arizona that has seen a continuing swarm of over 55 earthquakes that started March 28. This is the largest event yet recorded in the swarm sequence, just surpassing the M=3.7 event of April 17.There are reports of the tremor being felt in Arizona and Nevada. There are no reports of damage. Source: […]

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UA Dean Dr. MT Velez passes on


Today we received the news that Dra. Maria Teresa Velez (La MTV) has passed away. We hope you can join us to lift a glass to remember her spirit this Friday from 3 p.m-8 p.m. at Aloft Hotel 1900 E. Speedway Blvd. All are welcome, faculty, students, staff, alumni. In her role as Associate Dean of the Graduate College, she impacted so many faculty and students. She has an impressive legacy of helping so many people reach their greatest success. She had a tremendous unparalleled commitment to students. Under her leadership, the UA became the leader among all other AAU-member […]

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UA Law School hosts discussion today on Defending TUSD’s MAS Program

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Please join the inaugural event in the 2015-2016 Agnese Nelms Haury Public Interest Speaker Series Co-sponsored by the Latino Law Students Association and the National Lawyers Guild, University of Arizona Chapter Defending TUSD’s Mexican American Studies Program Featuring Panelists Richard Martinez, Civil Rights and Criminal Defense Attorney in Tucson Robert Chang, Prof. of Law and Executive Director of the Korematsu Center for Law and Equality at Seattle University School of Law Maya Arce, student plaintiff from Tucson High School. When: Monday, September 14, 2015 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Where: James E. Rogers College of Law Rm. 156 1.5 Hours of CLE Credit Available Please register […]

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VIDEO: History of Bilingual Education in Arizona


This talk by Sal Gabaldon was given as part of the Sunday evening Encuentros hosted by Tucson Freedom Summer on July 14th, 2012. via History of Bilingual Education in Arizona – YouTube. Buy Three Sonorans a coffee! Become a sustaining member for just $5/month! (Google ad below)

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