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July 28th, 2017
One of the world's foremost experts on the human and environmental histories of the Pacific Islands, he seeks to foster "intellectual curiosity and lifelong learning" as dean.Read More
July 26th, 2017
When is a rummage sale good for the planet? When it's the Wildcat Welcome Rummage Sale, which makes a point of recycling items that otherwise would have met a dumpster death. Read More
January 29th, 2013
If you're a designer or just a maven for the 'ol red and blue, this will be of interest to you:
The original UA RGB colors were chosen at a time when selecting websafe colors was an essential part of smart design, and were adopted so as to provide the most versatile, useful color tools to all units across campus.
Today, we have converted all of our logos to the RGB colors used by Arizona Athletics; you'll notice that the blue and the red are both just a bit darker than our previous colors. These more clearly match our PMS colors.
The Logos section of the REDBAR provides all of our approved l...Read More
January 16th, 2013
An ancient tree that stood on a Nevada mountaintop for nearly 5,000 years - as civilizations rose and fell and humans explored the Earth - now finds its home in the UA Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. A member of the long-lived Bristlecone pine species, the tree called Prometheus is the oldest individual ever known to have lived.Read More