Imagine moving through adolescence with no direction, no positivity, riddled with confusion and unanswered questions. A life without any support or self-awareness, as you unknowingly creep toward rock bottom. This was the life of recently published author Greg J. Vogt, a 23 year old student at the Eller College of University of Arizona. At the […]Read more "The Battle Against Yourself"
Dunbar-Spring, a historically African-American neighborhood near downtown Tucson, has been undergoing expansive revitalization in the past decade, turning the area into a popular place to live. The neighborhood has been known to be an affordable place to live for a long time, but is now facing the symptoms of gentrification related issues. “This has happened […]Read more "Gentrification History in Dunbar-Spring"
The Associated Students of University of Arizona president-elect Matt Lubisich, who recently won an appeal saving him from disqualification, is now facing an investigation that could threaten his position. Lubisich originally received three strikes, but appealed his third, and won. His opponent Stefano Saltalamacchia is now appealing the overturned decision, prompting an investigation. The elections […]Read more "ASUA Election Controversy"
College tuition rates have been steadily climbing for all types of students for a number of years. These increases have affected the ability of families to fund student education, especially when attending a university from out of state. This issue of affordability has a large impact on students, and each year the rates continue to […]Read more "Final Project: Rising College Tuition Rates"
I went to and covered the Climate Change March in downtown Tucson, located at El Presidio Park at 160 W Alameda Street. The event went on from 10 AM to 2 PM, and marched from the park and completely through downtown. There was a number of speakers advocating for a multitude of movements, such as […]Read more "A6: Live Event"
Tuition costs at the national level have been steadily climbing over recent years, including at the University of Arizona. Two students were willing to give their opinion on these rates and the ways in which they can affect themselves as well as all potential students in general.Read more "A7: AB Roll 2"
The data below categorizes the number of reports of bike theft near the University of Arizona campus from 2007 to 2012. The data is broken up by graphs depicting the reports by months and by years, followed by a map representing the addresses in which the thefts take place.Read more "A5: Data Viz"