Off the Charts
“Astrology is a tool for self-understanding,” fourth-generation Tucsonan Susie Cox contends.It shows cycles in a person’s development. If we’re in tune with these cycles, we can make better decisions. That’s why I love being an astrologer, because I can see people transform right before my eyes as their point of view changes.”
It is a fact of life: the Tucson area is a hotbed for Valley Fever. Also known as Coccidioidomycosis (cocci for short), Valley Fever is primarily an infectious disease of the lungs. It is most common in the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico, and is extremely prevalent in Southern Arizona.
TO INFINITY AND BEYOND! Buzz Lightyear’s famous rallying cry may be hyperbole, but the mission of the NASA- funded project headed up by UA’s Dante S. Lauretta, Ph.D., is certainly meant to go well beyond anywhere Man has gone before. Dr. Lauretta is professor of Planetary Sciences at the University of Arizona, and the principal investigator of the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission.
Dog Stars from the 2013 Cover Dog Search!
Thanks to all the great support from the community, we had yet another successful Cover Dog Search this year. Over $9,300 were raised for the Humane Society of Southern Arizona!
Click Here To See Photos of Some of the Participants!