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University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television alumnus Tony Moreno (BFA Musical Theatre, ‘21) shares his personal experience as a cast member for the Broadway company production of "The Book of Mormon" and reflects on how his time at UArizona prepared him for life on stage.
A Score to Settle
Expectations have long been high for Arizona women’s golf. As a member of the Wildcats’ national championship team in 2000, Laura Ianello ’07 knows that well. Now, in her 13th season as head coach at her alma mater, Ianello is tasked with a bounce-back season in Tucson.
On the Front Foot
As the University of Arizona rugby team practices on William David Sitton Field, the red and blue block “A” on the back side of Arizona Stadium’s jumbotron dominates the view to the north. The sounds of whistles and players catching, grunting and yelling fill the air.
A Sculpture for Remembrance
The sculpture, titled Look to the Mesa, is situated under a Texas ebony tree that offers shade on the south side of the Poetry Center breezeway. It's installment is thanks to the talent of artist Kim Seyesnem Obrzut and the generosity of UArizona President Emeritus John P. Schaefer and his late wife, Helen Schaefer.