Stories tagged: "college"


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No, Undergraduates in Arizona Cannot Teach Without a College Degree

While students without a bachelor’s degree can teach in certain situations, they must be supervised by a certified teacher and cannot be the teacher on record for the classroom.

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Northern Arizona University to Offer Free Tuition for Low-Income Students

NAU plans to offer free tuition to Arizona residents who meet admissions requirements and are from households with annual incomes not exceeding $65,000.

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Tuition Increases OK’d for Arizona’s 3 Public Universities

The board that oversees Arizona's three public universities on Thursday approved modest tuition increases for incoming freshmen students who are state residents and larger boosts for non-residents.

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Quidditch Casts Its Spell on Muggles Far Beyond Hogwarts

Their game is quidditch, which was inspired by the popular Harry Potter book series—and some nights, everyone on the field is briefly a wizard.

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Arizona’s Public Universities Lift Mask Requirements Under New CDC Guidelines

The University of Arizona will lift its indoor mask requirement beginning March 21, following similar moves by Arizona’s other two public universities.

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High Profits: Arizona Colleges Get Windfall From Marijuana Sales

The state’s 10 community college districts got over $31 million from big spending during the first year of sales for recreational marijuana.

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Delivery Robots With Russian Ties Pulled From University of Arizona

Grubhub launched robot delivery at the University of Arizona last November. The company says it was doing 1,000 deliveries a day between the two campuses.