Features

By now, anyone who travels by air is used to the close scrutiny of transportation security agents. But soon, travelers may find themselves under another kind of watchful eye: a sensor with...
The Golden State Warriors won their first NBA championship in four decades in June, a victory distinctly influenced by Arizona basketball.With head coach Steve Kerr ’87 and assistant coaches...
For the fifth year in a row, the University of Arizona Foundation and the UA Alumni Association have teamed up to present 10 by 10, highlighting 10 UA alumni who graduated 10 years ago and who have...
A new take on Arizona’s traditional five C’s: saving the cotton plant with bio engineering, using our greatest climate resource in solar energy production, changing the copper industry...
Egg-Frying Contest If an egg can cook on city sidewalks midday in Tucson, we agree that’s hot. In Oatman, an Arizona town near Laughlin, Nevada, sidewalk egg frying is a 25-year-old Fourth...

Alumni Profiles

Grafted Growers

Remove the top of one tomato plant and graft it to the root of another and what do you get? A stronger, more resistant tomato plant that yields great-tasting fruit. 

Grape Healer

Geoff Hale ’77 is a healer — a grape doctor — for wine orchards that make delicious cabernets and pinots along California’s northern and central coasts.

UA Love Story

Chase and Karen first met during their freshman year at the 2006 NewStart Summer Program.