Arizona men’s basketball is off to a perfect 11-0 start, even fixing their slow starts and just in time.Read More
Polly, put the kettle on — the Tucson Steampunk Society is having tea. On Saturday, the TSS will host displays of creative costumes, the coveted annual tea duel and the Gaelic tunes of the Borderline Celts, while sipping away the end of the ...Read More
The Pima County Attorney’s Office decided against the prosecution of Tucson Police Department officer Joel Mann for violently shoving a UA student during the Elite Eight clash.
For the past two millennia, Jesus Christ of Nazareth has been hailed as the true hero of Christmas — since, well, it is a holiday based on his biblical birth. But after 2,014 years, Christmas might need some updating. It’s time for a new hero, one that celebrates the diversity and giving spirit that encapsulates a modern Christmas that is more than simply about Christians. His name is Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
I believe domestic violence is wrong. It is damaging and demeaning, and it has been permitted behind closed doors for far too long in this country.
A few days ago, a friend on Facebook posted that she was triumphant in “finally getting rid of the ignorance, hate, misogyny and racism” on her newsfeed. She accomplished this feat by defriending people who had made offensive posts about Michael Brown and then passive-aggressively posting about it — which I’m sure led to a few other people thinking, “Oh, I also disagree with her, but I’m less vocal about it,” and subsequently defriending her.
Kosta Karageorge, a former Ohio State University football player, was like most college athletes: strong, tough and determined. At 6-foot-3 and 273 pounds Karageorge had been a member of the OSU wrestling team for three years and had just recently joined the football team in August as a defensive lineman. During his college career, Karageorge had earned a reputation of being “upbeat” and “endearing.”