[when oh when will we return?]

Creating the Smart Chevy
At a University of Arizona laboratory, professors and graduate students are developing technology that they hope will clear up urban congestion.
UA engineers at the Advanced Traffic and Logistics Algorithms and Systems lab are working on projects ranging from more efficient traffic lights to self-driving automobiles.

Into the fire
A No. 3 national ranking, an opener at No. 4 Penn State and the rigors of 11 days of practice at Cochise College in Douglas are daunting enough for most UA football players
But for two players, the time they will spend at Camp Cochise will determine just how much effect they're going to have on Arizona maintaining that ranking and beating the Nittany Lions.

End privacy conflicts, offer FERPA training to university employees
It could have happened again.
Last year, the UA illegally released thousands of student, faculty and staff Social Security numbers to two outside companies, prompting a campus outcry and public embarrassment for those responsible.

Are you looking forward to our website redesign as much as we are?

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Partly cloudy for the remainder of the week. Look for highs around 100 and lows hovering around 73. Strong chance for rain on Tuesday or Wednesday.

"Basically, we think the lawsuit is a bunch of garbage really."
- Steve Averett, general manager of Cerkvenik-Anderson Travel Inc. on the pending lawsuit against his company seeking restitution for allegedly leaving students stranded in airports and inadequate hotels during overseas spring break trips.

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