It’s fitting that NBA players and coaches packed in Haas Pavilion on Saturday night to watch Arizona men’s basketball defeat California, because, the Wildcats’ biggest and most NBA ready star shined once again.Read More
If you wonder what it’s like to be a writer looking for someone to publish your work, you can find out Friday at the UA Poetry Center’s Survival Skills for Writers panel.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.
We are now fully into the swing of basketball season, which of course results in happy, loud displays of school spirit. After all, Arizona’s ZonaZoo is ranked the loudest student section in the Pac-12 Conference. However, this school spirit comes with an unfortunate side effect: the riots that are often initiated over especially harrowing wins or frustrating losses.
The U.S. has a rich history of utilizing its vast resources for furthering useful national programs and then electing people to public office who proceed to fuck them up.
Despite President Barack Obama’s repeated assertions that there is no liberal America or conservative America, only the United States of America, last night’s State of the Union and subsequent Republican rebuttal seemed to press home the point that the parties are living in two different worlds.
Award show season is a weird construct of the entertainment industry that we, the non-famous masses, watch yearly to bask in the perfectly airbrushed and styled awe of film and television celebrities. The shows begin with hours of red-carpet coverage of what the stars are wearing and – if you’re a man – what you’re working on.