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Protesters dressed as “sluts,” marched from the Women’s Plaza of Honor to the Rialto Theatre in the SlutWalk 2018. This was a world-wide 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.
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.
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.
The University of Arizona officially recognized Indigenous People’s day on Monday, October 8 instead of Columbus Day.
Many students have registered to vote in Arizona in the past few weeks of school, but with a catch. Out-of-state students who would like to vote face obstacles such as accidentally becoming ineligible to vote in their home state by registering in Arizona, missing their deadline to register or being unaware of the necessary steps that out-of-state voters must take to register.
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?
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.
On the morning of September 26, 2017 Emanuel "Book" Richardson was taken into FBI custody for corruption and fraud charges.
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.
In the popular neighborhoods near campus, a party can be found almost every weekend. But when the party’s volume grows out of hand, it often results in a red tag, a small citation that must be displayed prominently in the window. Within the past year, there were over 190 red tag citations highly concentrated around the University of Arizona campus.