Student sleuths solve murder mystery at University Programs dinner

About a hundred students-turned-sleuths worked in teams to solve the murder of Johnny Diamond Thursday night. Jealous groupies, indebted doctors and rejected rockstars were among the list of possible subjects in the investigation at the University Program’s Murder Mystery Dinner. Students got to test their detective skills as they searched for clues to solve the murder with help from a cast of actors in a truly immersive theatrical experience.  

University forms committee to find new VP of Research

 “[The position is] important  for UA because it’s a research university, so whatever level you’re on - faculty, graduate student or undergrad - there still needs to be opportunities to advance in each position, and I think that this position, the VP of Research, is very important in advancing everyone in whatever future endeavors they’re going towards,” said Keisha Cook,  a graduate student in mathematics and search committee member.