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For thousands of years, the debate has raged on: cats vs. dogs. Which is supreme? Two Daily Wildcat columnists attempt to end the argument once and for all.
Black History Month, or any other time when we offer special acknowledgement to a marginalized group, is not meant to divide us. It is an opportunity to learn from the experiences of others and understand our role in dealing with these difficult issues.
The University of Arizona was recently recognized as the best in the state for LGBTQ students, but that doesn’t mean the fight for equality and inclusiveness on campus is over.
With the Federal Communication Commission’s public comment period on net neutrality officially closed, the world now waits to see how the Trump administration will react to millions of people, as well as tech giants and digital rights advocates, demanding the internet remain open and free.The internet, with all of its unlimited, nearly unfathomable potential, is far too powerful and vital to trust in the hands of a few corporations that already control so much of how information is accessed and used.
Healthcare is too important to trust to a private market that is more concerned with profits than the well-being of society.
As student loan default rates continue to soar, incoming UA freshmen and current students not under the cost freeze guarantee offered by the university can expect to pay hundreds more in tuition and fees compared to last year.
The search for the 22nd president of UA is “well underway,” according to Ron Shoopman, Arizona Board of Regents member and co-chair of the UA Presidential Search Advisory Committee.