New Blood and Binders 

Major administration changes taking place at UA include the communications department and readying a strategic plan

The last time the Tucson Weekly requested an interview with Ann Weaver Hart was six months after she was appointed the UA's first woman president by the Arizona Board of Regents less than a year ago. That request didn't go anywhere, just…

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