This years' Family Weekend is chalk full of events for, well, the whole family!
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The Tucson Botanical Gardens and Catholic Community Services are partnering to document and create a bilingual booklet, "Nuestras Recetas: Food Traditions and Favorite Recipes of Tucson’s Mexican Americans," composed of recipes from the local community.
Students soon will have the opportunity to study literature from all over the world from experts here at the University of Arizona.
Brace yourself for communication complications in the next three weeks while Mercury is in retrograde. If you aren’t entirely sure what that means, in astrology, this is a period where the alignment and position of the planet Mercury affects the communication aspect of our lives.
Leaving home for college and gaining independence is an important milestone that presents many choices. For students who choose to make the transition from living on-campus in dorms to off-campus in an apartment or a house, keep the following tips in mind.
For college students, studying is a way of life, but sometimes the motivation to dive into homework is hard to find. Studying in the wrong environment can lead to procrastination or distraction. If you’re in need of a study spot, read the following list of eight great places to study around the UA community.
Living in a city that straddles two countries is an interesting experience. My hometown of Nogales, Arizona allows me to enrich my life with the cultures of two different nations along with the Sonoran city that shares its name.
Try something new this week! The Daily Wildcat pitches these poppin' local events for some summertime fun.
This summer, you can attend a summer poetry film screening, courtesy of the Loft Cinema and UA Poetry Center. The Loft will use their inflatable screen at the Poetry Center for the first couple of screenings, and after their renovations are completed, the Loft will be hosting the remaining screenings at their newly-remodeled theater.
If you’re looking to enjoy what Tucson has to offer this summer — and beat the heat in the process — you're in luck! The Wildcat Picks of the Week have arrived. For entertainment combined with relief from summer temperatures, take advantage of these upcoming events.
This upcoming semester, students can learn about superheroes that are not of the Marvel or DC variety — but are just as significant in the cultural history of Mexico.
From thrifting a new piece of art to learning about our stars or watching the sky on the big screen, the UA has an array of things to do for a college student with very little cash.
Decorating a graduation cap is a tradition and can be a clever way to stand out from the crowd. Many students feel that it’s a rite of passage and can be a great way for loved ones to find them in a sea of graduates who are moving into the real world.
From artistic expression by students to a well-seasoned collage and poster re-inventor to the unconventional vegan taxidermist, local artists have not lost their passion for creating in the era of President Donald Trump but have used their creations as a way to express themselves.
The medical-oriented club is run by undergraduate students and overseen by Dequenesh Community Health, a nonprofit with a similar approach of mobile health clinics to help cater to the needs of the unserved medical population.
The history of HIV/AIDS, PrEP, viral loads, the stigma behind the start of it all and where we need to go from here were some of the talking points touched upon in the last Censored Series of the Spring 2017 semester.
Local artists had their art showcased at the Resist! Art Show at Pop-Cycle Shop to raise funds and find books for refugee children on Saturday, April 8.
The Tucson Festival of Books has been a staple event in Tucson since its debut in 2009. The festival relies on the support of volunteers to help it run smoothly and successfully.
With hundreds of events, authors and panels to choose from, the Tucson Festival of Books can be a bit overwhelming. Here are 10 standouts to get you started as you navigate the third largest book festival in the country.
The UA community is reacting to the Feb. 22 decision by the Departments of Justice and Education under President Donald Trump to rescind federal guidelines put in place for transgender students allowing the right to use their school restrooms that match their gender identity.