Features

Student-athletes ease themselves onto padded tables as athletic trainers probe and prod and wrap long, beige bandages around twisted ankles. Here, in the training room in McKale Center, a sports...
If you’re reading this, your brain weighs about three pounds; that’s a little more than the average cantaloupe. Three pounds may not sound like much, but as a percentage of body mass it...
Food is a powerful force for the health of the body and the brain. The brain needs energy in the form of glucose, amino acids (the building blocks of protein), and an assortment of vitamins and...
Acclaimed UA harpist Carrol McLaughlin has played her harp in concert halls around the world, from Japan to Brazil, from New York to London. But one day in June 2012, she hauled her massive...

Alumni Profiles

Clean Collaborations

When UA students gaze beyond graduation day, they might imagine themselves developing revolutionary software or the next global coffeehouse sensation.

Writing Team of Hickey and McCoy

When Pamela Hickey ’75 and Dennys McCoy ’75 met at Tucson’s Catalina High School, they quickly found that they had more in common than their lunch hour.

Giving to Revolutionize the Practice of Medicine

Grant and Michelle Senner had always planned to give back to their alma mater — but neither envisioned making a major gift before age 40.