Arizona football travels to No. 2 Oregon this week after routing the Ducks 42-16 in Tucson last year. Read More
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On Sept. 2, we ran a column titled “Only responsibility can stop rape” by Rob Monteleone along with another column titled “Perpetrators are the only thing that can prevent rape” by Elizabeth Hannah. These columns were packaged together in our ...
Last semester, an old high school friend of mine recommended that I join his college fraternity. One look from me in response, and he was on the defensive, saying things like “We have some of the highest average GPAs on campus,” or “We are actually about brotherhood and philanthropy” — in short, “We aren’t a stereotypical fraternity.” What is a normal fraternity at the UA?
A few days ago, I ate four bananas in one sitting because I was worried that by the next day they would be brown and mushy, and I would lose out on both the bananas and the money and time I spent procuring them.
From “Oregon State contributing to student-debt crisis,” by Cassie Ruud The options are thus: Hope that the job market, which currently shares characteristics with an angry Department of Motor Vehicles employee, takes pity on you regardless of your education and judges you for your skills. Or, sign your name in blood, promising the life of your firstborn to higher education so that you have a better chance of landing a job. Does it have to be like this? Probably not. Did you know that the University of Wyoming only wants $4,404 for in-state tuition and fees? And if you apply all of your money saving superpowers — scholarships, grants and Top Ramen — those prices don’t look quite so scary.
Last week, I found myself in the eye of the storm of an epic girl fight. I felt like Principal Duvall in “Mean Girls,” watching girls scream “you bitch” at each other and not being able to do anything about it.