Being a senior student-athlete comes with a lot of responsibility. Many are looked upon as their team leaders, to guide their teammates through times of strife and times of victory while also looking to figure out their future beyond college. Our Daily Wildcat sports writers picked their top senior in their respective beat to write about and how they contributed to the UA’s success:
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The investigative desk returned to the Daily Wildcat after a semester hiatus. The investigative team worked hard this semester to bring you, the students, relevant and in-depth pieces. They wrote about important campus issues like Adderall, street-racing and HIV medication. Here’s a rundown of a few of the most important articles from the investigative desk’s semester back.
It was a nail-biting night for Democrats and Republicans watching the Arizona Senate race. As of 12:00 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, the Arizona Senate race between Republican Representative Martha McSally and Democrat Representative Kyrsten Sinema still has not been called.
The Daily Wildcat, UATV and KAMP Radio were all out covering the Arizona vs BYU football game on Sept. 1. Here's a full comprehensive list of all of student media's coverage of the game.
Behind a historic performance from freshman Deandre Ayton and a highlight reel dunk from Rawle Alkins, Arizona men’s basketball took home its second straight Pac-12 Tournament Championship with a win against USC in Las Vegas. Ayton poured in 32 points and 17 rebounds to earn the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. Alkins’ momentum-shifting dunk will be etched into men’s basketball history.
The world was officially introduced to Khalil Tate on Oct. 7, 2017 at Colorado when the sophomore broke the FBS single-game rushing record for a quarterback with 327 yards. Tate entered the game in Boulder in the first quarter when Brandon Dawkins exited with an injury. Fourteen carries and five touchdowns later, Tate etched his name in the record books with an unforgettable performance.
In this Daily Wildcat Men's Basketball Season Wrapup, Arizona faces a difficult offseason after being upset by Buffalo in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
In this Daily Wildcat special edition, the 10th annual Tucson Festival of Books takes over the University of Arizona campus for a page-turning event.
Step into Spring with The Daily Wildcat Spring Fling 2018 special edition. From rides to food to performances, this is your ultimate guide to the 44th annual Spring Fling.
An Adobe Spark collection of music-specific stories written by Daily Wildcat reporters and photographers represented visually through a multitude of photos. The collection includes coverage of music-related events, coverage perspectives from photographers and features on different music styles.
The Daily Wildcat's 2017 Campus Guide is full of stories to help incoming students get familiar with the Tucson and UA communities, or to remind other Wildcats and locals of all there is to experience.
Recent UA graduate Bakari Henderson was beaten to death by a crowd of 10 people at a bar in Greece early Friday morning, July 8.
Check out the Daily Wildcat's 2017 Orientation Guide full of helpful information and tips for incoming students and parents. Welcome to the Wildcat family!
Don Haskell, the voice of the Pride of Arizona Marching band for 25 years, will be remembered at a memorial held by the Fred Fox School of Music on May 4, in Crowder Hall at 7:30 p.m.
ASUA elections commission overturns Matt Lubisich's disqualification, Stefano Saltalamacchia to appeal
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona elections commission has overturned presidential candidate Matt Lubisich's disqualification, making Lubisich ASUA's president-elect.
We're live at the Student Union Memorial Center for tonight's ASUA Election results announcement. Keep watching to learn who will serving as your University of Arizona student body senators, executive vice president, administrative vice president and president for the 2017-18 academic year.
A man has died after falling from the Sixth St. Garage on the north side of Sixth Street early Thursday afternoon. The University of Arizona Police Department shut down the south entrances and shuttle-bus pickup lane on the south side of the Sixth Street Garage for several hours to investigate.
ESPN's Jeff Goodman reported today that "multiple sources" confirmed that Arizona guard Allonzo Trier tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug in the early part of September, causing his ensuing suspension.
After the first Arizona men's basketball exhibition left head coach Sean Miller and company with a shortened roster and damaged depth, the Wildcats will be forced to put the pieces together to make the coveted run to a Final Four in Phoenix.