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  • Mar 24-30, 2016
  • Vol. 33, No. 6

News & Opinion

  • United for the Kids
  • Currents Feature
  • United for the Kids

    If elected to Pima County Superintendent of Schools, Michael Gordy, a former Tucson teachers’ union leader wants to bridge gap between school administrations and classrooms
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  • Dust Devil
  • Dust Devils
  • Dust Devil

    Most times, unadorned, thorny-personalitied, she hangs back, friendless, uncared-for, cruddy (almost), compared with her peers.
  • The Skinny
  • The Skinny

    McSally challenger brings out heavy machinery to put pressure on congresswoman over Trump, It’s a lawmaker-eat-dog world out there, A new poll shows tight race between McCain, Kirkpatrick and Most of rotten legislation highlighted in last week’s TW is rolling right along through the state house.
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  • T Q&A
  • T Q&A

    Christianna Silva, a UA student is the editor in chief of Tucson’s newest publication, Bottle Magazine.
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City Week

  • Tucson Pricks
  • Tucson Pricks

    Pop in to Pop-Cycle for the opening ceremony of "Tucson Pricks," a group exhibition featuring illustrations of Arizona's prickly flora
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  • Learn About the Evolution of Black/Queer Nations
  • Learn About the Evolution of Black/Queer Nations

    Jafari S. Allen, UA Associate Professor of Anthropology and Miami Initiative on Race, Gender and Sexuality founder, will discuss the development of the translocal black and queer public sphere that began to surface in the 1980s, as well as its political and cultural expression demonstrated in the 1990s.
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