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Cheerleader Ejected For Heckling Player In College Rivalry Game
Did he get a rah deal?
Wheeling Around Tucson, Where Things Aren't Always What They Seem
Author, How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time...
In Arizona's Sonoran desert, things aren't always what they seem. Like those pigs scurrying around the Arizona-Sonora Desert
All Right, Arizona! HuffPost’s 'Listen To America' Tour Stops In Tucson
Grab a Sonoran hot dog and take in the views.
'Our Backyard Has Become A Graveyard': Saving Lives On The U.S.-Mexico Border
Residents of Arivaca, Arizona, are stepping in to offer humanitarian aid to desperate people crossing from Mexico.
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Arizona Teachers Are Abandoning Ship. Here's Why.
Teacher, blogger, tailgate trombonist
The state's poor teacher pay and low teacher qualification standards are creating a vacuum that will harm students.
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College Basketball Coaches, Adidas Exec Charged In Kickback Scheme
Prosecutors said that high school athletes were bribed into playing for certain schools.
Gay Athlete Raising Money To Fight Suicide After His Best Friend’s Death
By Jim Buzinski, Outsports
Josh Velasquez has dealt first-hand with depression, suicidal thoughts.
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4 Key Points That Debunk Misconceptions Around Affirmative Action
Affirmative action still matters.
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Writing Your Own Story Can Protect Your Health After A Breakup
By Cindy Lamothe, On Assignment for HuffPost
But a new study suggests you do more than just vent your feelings.
Arizona’s Mexican-American Studies Ban Goes To Trial
A judge will decide whether Republicans discriminated against Hispanic students by banning classes that focused on Latino culture.
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Religion And Gambling: Studies Find The Wages Of Faith May Be Fewer Lost Wages
David Briggs writes the Ahead of the Trend column on religion ...
Jimmy Carter, the 86-year-old leader of The Blind Boys of Alabama, made one point clear from the start of a recent concert
These Two Gay Swimmers Are Best Friends And Each Other’s Rock
By Axel Reed and Josh Velasquez, Outsports
Axel Reed and Josh Velasquez formed a bond while coming out.
Meet The Openly Gay Football Player Changing The Game At Powerhouse Colleges
By Cyd Zeigler, Outspots
My-King Johnson has been out since he was 12.
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Immigration Ban Threatens Students, Profs And Education Itself, Universities Say
"It will over time diminish the scope and strength of the educational and research efforts of American universities," one school president said.
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A Reminder That There's Fecal Matter On Practically Everything
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