On Saturday morning, the UA announced that track and field athlete Lezo Urreiztieta died from complications following brain surgery. Read More
_We’re in the thick of it. Far, far away from now, there will come a bright day (Dec. 19) when we will be freed of our shackles of study guides and finals and the heartless façade of D2L. Read More
It’s a fundamental democratic right for people who are unhappy with their elected officials to be able to try to replace them.
When I first came to the UA for orientation, Safe Ride was vaunted as a service that I could use to get around late at night if I was scared or if I didn’t feel comfortable walking home after a party.
Call me cynical, but I was unsurprised to learn that Arizona has some of the harshest laws targeting prostitutes in the country — a first offense carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 days in jail, and by the fourth arrest, the charge is upped to a felony and the jail time becomes 180 days.
In President Ann Weaver Hart’s recently unveiled “Never Settle” strategic plan, she pushes for 100 percent student engagement — getting students real-world experience.
It was a dark time in my life. I’m not speaking figuratively — it was literally dark outside as I groggily fought open heavy eyelids at 5:50 a.m. every single day of high school.