October baseball has arrived as the MLB postseason kicks off this week, beginning with the two wildcard games from the two divisions. Read More
I found Monti Eaton sitting on Fourth Avenue, singing away and playing on what appeared to be a mini-banjo, which I later found to be called a banjolele. He looked vaguely familiar to me, so I decided to try to figure out why. Read More
If the regents and Presidents Michael Crow, Rita Cheng and Hart are truly concerned about the financial state of Arizonaâs universities, they would have rejected these raises. The presidentsâ decisions to accept them reflect fundamental failures ...
More and more I find myself observing the Millennial trends we don’t like to talk about on Buzzfeed. For every pumpkin spice trending story, we have a mass shooting. Last week, right next to the latest Donald Trump gaffe, we had the Super Moon. And with that celestial event, as always, came apocalypse predictions.
Sixty-three percent of paid interns in the UA class of 2012 had at least one job offer at the time they graduated, whereas only 40 percent of those who did not intern anywhere had an offer.
In most of my upper-division classes, the professor will ask if anyone plans on staying in Tucson to pursue a career after we graduate. Cue the scoffs.
Amnesty International, a global movement of more than 7 million people in over 150 states, voted on Aug. 11, 2015 to adopt and develop a policy to legalize the sale of sex.