A simple flower-shaped sticker, stamped with the words "Be Kind," has become a familiar sight on many Tucson vehicles. But the iconic decal is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the work being done by local nonprofit organization Ben's Bells to promote kindness in the community.
Since when do javelinas ride bicycles? Since Joe Pagac ’05 became Tucson’s premier muralist. His tortoises pedal pretty well, too, as do his jackalopes. They all play together on a giant wall at Sixth Street and Stone Avenue.
Wildcat Amanda Higby ’19 always knew that she wanted to become a lawyer. “I’ve always loved reading and I always loved the law,” she says.
Recently named to the Forbes list of 30 Under 30 for Science, Sean McClain has made his mark at a young age.
Wildcat Joey Katzen’s path to the University of Arizona included a few stops and starts along the way. Katzen enrolled in community college after high school in his native Southern California, but found it wasn’t a good fit.