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Kevin Hummel is one of just 21 medical students nationwide to receive the American Medical Association award for academic excellence.
First-year medical students at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix recently had the opportunity to put their knowledge to the test in the Arizona Center for Simulation and Experiential Learning, the "simulation lab" on the downtown campus that gives students real-life medical experience by "treating" mechanically controlled mannequins.
Earlier today, U.S. Senate Republican Whip Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) delivered his farewell address in the United States Senate Chamber. The speech served as a capstone to Senator Kyl’s 26 years of public service, including four terms (8 years) in the U.S. House of Representatives and three terms (18 years) in the U.S. Senate.
Jacob Calis had always thought about building a boat.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Alex Potter, 17, took a $400 1994 Acura Integra and personally put about 35 woman-hours into the car. As a visual aid, during her Senior Capstone project presentation, Potter took the judges outside to show them her car.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Paul Grissom listens to Jacob Calis' presentation about how he made a boat for his Senior Capstone project.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Mountain View High School senior Jacob Calis shows judges the pontoon boat he built for his Senior Capstone course. He and 36 other seniors presented their semester-long projects to a panel of judges last week.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Michelle Sigl presents her Capstone project Creations, "We're not human, we're dancers!" about how she choreographed a dance.
Astronaut to speak before chamber May 27
When I first learned that the Community Food Bank offers gardening classes, I thought, “What will they put forth next? Pastry art?”
May 25, 2005 - When the clock strikes 2:17 p.m. and the bell rings to conclude another day at Marana High School, spotting 17-year-old Jesus Leon in a crowd of more than 1,600 students can be a formidable challenge. So, it's no wonder students sometimes feel lost among the masses.