March 2, 2021

Opinion

Opinion: The Price Tag for Academia’s “Fake Racism”

What happens when we confuse social power with social justice? A trampling of any reasonable definition of fairness, as the fallout from an incident at Smith College in Massachusetts, demonstrates. According to reports, in the summer of 2018, a Smith student ate lunch in a campus building left empty when regular classes are not in session. An

State

Arizona Celebrates Women’s History Month

Governor Doug Ducey is declaring March 2021 to be Women’s History Month in Arizona to celebrate the many contributions of women to the success of the state and entire nation, and to recognize the women medical professionals who have made history during the pandemic. “This month, Arizona is proud to celebrate the women who have

Gas Prices

Arizona Weekly Gas Price Update for March 1, 2021

Arizona gas prices have risen 17.0 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.85/g today, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 2,269 stations in Arizona. Gas prices in Arizona are 44.1 cents per gallon higher than a month ago and stand 18.1 cents per gallon higher than a year ago. According to GasBuddy price

Mines

Feds rescind OK for copper mine at Oak Flat, seek ‘thorough review’

The government Monday rescinded its approval for a proposed massive copper mine at Oak Flat, just days before it was to transfer thousands of acres of federal land for the project. The Department of Agriculture said it ordered the rescission to allow for a “thorough review based on significant input from collaborators, partners and the

Opinion

Opinion – Vaccine Hesitancy: A Major Barrier to Getting Back to Normal

Being quarantined for almost a year, many of us have had conversations about the first non-socially-distant experience we’ll have once we’ve all been vaccinated. Attending a concert, taking a vacation more than 50 miles from your home, seeing a ball game, going to eat indoors at a restaurant, or even having your first major family

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