"The University of Arizona's student-run online news service, Arizona Sonora News Service, was established to explore and provide fresh perspectives on the people, places and issues of the U.S.–Mexico Border. This semester, with Professor Jay Rochlin, a team of journalism seniors will bring you up to speed on all things border related, brought to life through creative stories, captivating photos, multimedia, and relevant blogs."
The Music of the Southwest Web site is a tribute to the many performers, volunteers, and organizers of the Tucson Meet Yourself Festival. It is dedicated especially to its founder, Dr. James S. (Big Jim) Griffith, without whom none of these unique resources would be available to us and the generations that follow.
Thomas Keith Marshall
During his life, Tom Marshall was a farm laborer, gold miner, university student, newspaper editor, politician, crusader, avid photographer and husband of one of the most powerful women in Tucson history. Over the three-decade period that he lived in Tucson, Tom Marshall took several hundred photographs that documented his community.
The art work presented on this website is available only to University of Arizona students, faculty, staff and affiliates. Access to these pages requires an authorized UA network ID and password.
On behalf of the University of Arizona, the Learning Technologies Center expresses its gratitude to St. Philip's In The Hills Episcopal Church for granting the University community access to its exceptional art collection.
The Barrio Anita Neighborhood is a historic district in Tucson, Arizona. It is located west of Stone Avenue, east of Interstate 10, south of Drachman Street and north of St. Marys Road. [view map]
Easy Company (E-Company), 13th Infantry Battalion, was the first Marine Corps Reserve unit from Tucson, Arizona, activated for the Korean Conflict in July of 1950. E-Company Marines Remembered is a tribute to the men who could not return from the battlefields from their comrades who did. The surviving members of Easy Company have made it their responsibility to honor their memory by remembering the great sacrifices they made for their country.