In a room inside Manzo Elementary School that smells like fresh grapefruit and is filled with plants, art and school experiments, Blue Baldwin, the ecology program coordinator at Manzo, told of a time when her heart was touched.
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Something old to something new! Red Barn Collections will be at the Tucson Festival of Books this year. They take old discarded books and recreate them as unique journals to sell.
The University of Arizona Health Expo is Tuesday, Feb. 19, and will be in the Student Union Memorial Center Grand Ballroom from noon to 4 p.m. The ballroom will be filled with booths for recruitment, student-run clubs, programs and other opportunities like various stress-relief and self-care activities.
The Old Pueblo is looking to add some new sustainability features throughout the city.
I'm Alana Minkler and welcome to this UA Minute in History. Today we are at the most well-known athletic arena in the Pac-12: McKale Center. While famously known as the home of UA men's basketball, it also houses an important part of UA culture.
UA professor sues Arizona Board of Regents for alleged gender-based pay discrepancies in the College of Science
A UA associate professor in chemistry and biochemistry filed a federal class-action lawsuit against the University of Arizona which claims that the department discriminates against female employees when it comes to pay and promotions on Thursday, Nov. 29.
OSIRIS-REx executed an arrival burn on Monday, Dec. 3, after two years of space travel. It took seven minutes for the signal to travel back to Earth to find out if the burn was executed correctly.
Hai Dooleł: a play written by, directed by, and starring Navajo language students to preserve culture
Students from the Department of Linguistics and the Department of American Indian Studies wrote and directed a play, “Hai Dooleeł,” in the Diné language and showcased it Friday, Nov. 30, in the Social Sciences building. Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, an assistant professor in the department of American Indian Studies, helped students put together the play and narrated it. She said it was their first time doing a play in the Navajo language.
Edit: An earlier version of this story stated that Rodriguez received $21,000 in cash donations. This article has been edited to reflect the true amount of donations received, $2,100.
The first SlutWalk since the start of the #Metoo movement remains a powerful protest against rape culture
Protesters dressed as “sluts” marched from the Women’s Plaza of Honor to the Rialto Theatre in SlutWalk 2018. This was a worldwide protest aimed at reclaiming the word “slut” and fighting for women’s rights over their bodies. Protestors sought to bring awareness to sexual violence, end rape culture and discuss consent.
Countries all over the world are attempting to come up with solutions to climate change and the lack of resources, energy and land to sustain the ever-growing population. One idea in particular, “agrivoltaics,” or “solar sharing,” has been around for a while but has recently grown in popularity.
University of Arizona students danced and cheered in the rain at the traditional Lighting of “A” Mountain party, which kicked off this year’s Homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 21 on top of the Main Gate Garage. Although it was raining, Homecoming cheer and school spirit were not diminished.
Q&A: The new director of the Office of Sustainability on going from an engaged student to a leader of UA’s environmental initiatives
The Daily Wildcat spoke with the new Director for the Office of Sustainability and University of Arizona alumnus Trevor Ledbetter and asked him about his new position, what the future holds for sustainability at the UA and what students can do to make a change. The interview has been edited slightly for clarity.
Indigenous People’s Day: A celebration of shared tribal culture and historical suffering on Columbus Day
The University of Arizona officially recognized Indigenous People’s Day on Monday, Oct. 8 instead of Columbus Day.
Many students have registered to vote in Arizona in the past few weeks of school, but with a catch.
A person with a clipboard stops you and asks if you want to register to vote … sound familiar? Voter registration groups have been an active presence on campus since the first week of school, eagerly registering students. Their goal is clear: get students civically engaged and ready to represent the younger generation.
Your next hookup may only be a Tinder swipe away. But would you swipe right so eagerly knowing that your next partner may have an STD?
Speaker series to cover social justice, sovereignty, human rights struggles in the Native American community
This semester’s Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Center Speaker Series will take a legal viewpoint exploring Indigenous Peoples’ search for social justice and rights.
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The University of Arizona Facilities Management department attempted to impress consulting service APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities on Monday, April 30, in hopes the UA’s application for the APPA Award for Excellence would be renewed.