1. Pike's Firefighter Challenge University of Arizona

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    University of Arizona Pi Kappa Alpha 2014 Firefighter's Challenge

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    • New Innovations Conference Training, September 29, 2014

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      • Why I Support the Library: Bill Westcott

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        • Leaving a Legacy

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          Leaving a Legacy: Celebrating the Lives and Contributions of Women of Mexican Heritage in Douglas Arizona between the 1920s and the 1940s. On September 20th 2014 at the Douglas-Williams Home Museum the Leaving a Legacy exhibit was opened to the public. The exhibit honoring 15 important women was produced by Ceci Lewis and her husband De. Five of the women are still alive and four of them were able to attend the opening ceremonies. These four ladies were transported to the museum in a white limousine where Ceci introduced them. Soon after two young ladies from Border Town Voices Eva Sierra and Maria Galaz read two poems they had composed about the contributions of Mexican women. After the poetry reading Liz Lopez and Jeff Sturgis of Earth Picks preformed a song they composed honoring Rosario Castro affectionately known as Dona Chalita the mother of former Arizona Governor Raul Castro. All the 15 women are honored during this song. The Ladies were ushered into the exhibit by their assistants to be given the honor of viewing the exhibit first. The guests were then allowed in to meet the ladies and view the displays. Many family members and acquaintances of the honored women were on hand as well as the other valued guests.

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          • The Documented Border Project

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            An exhibit and a digital archive, “The Documented Border” shares original research material collected and curated by University of Arizona faculty on the US-Mexico border. This innovative open access archive documents personal stories of journalists who have been silenced and government processes that cannot be videotaped or photographed. Luis Alberto Urrea, Mexican American poet, novelist, essayist and author of the national bestseller and Pulitzer Prize finalist "The Devil’s Highway," delivers the keynote talk at the opening event of "The Documented Border" on Wednesday, Oct. 8 from 6:30PM - 8:30PM at Special Collections at the University of Arizona. A book signing follows his talk. http://www.library.arizona.edu/news/entries/view/2884

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            • New Innovations Logger Training, September 15, 2014

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              • Dr Alexander Chiu Welcome-Chair

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                Welcome to the Otolaryngology Website

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                • Dr Alexander Chiu Welcome-Chief

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                  Welcome to the Otolaryngology Website

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                  • A1- Tyler Ells

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                    Tyler Ells is the Director of High School Ministry at Catalina Foothills Church. Ells has a degree in hydrology from the University of Arizona and is originally from Phoenix, Arizona. He was involved with YoungLife before taking a full time leadership position at CFC two years ago this coming January. ©Colson2014

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                    • Contemporary HIV Care

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                      Contemporary HIV Care

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