For all the horse-racing at Rillito Park Racetrack this weekend, the proceedings had a distinctly Wildcat-like feel to them, with University of Arizona students at the helm of nearly every facet of race-day operations.
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The Arizona Board of Regents approved the contract of Head Coach Kevin Sumlin Feb. 8, after approving revisions in the language to several board policies governing how coaches and athletics directors are hired.
With Tucson’s food scene the subject of recent national and international acclaim, the Southern Arizona Arts and Culture Alliance hosted its Fifth Annual SAVOR Southern Arizona Food and Wine Festival on Feb. 3.
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Andrew Comrie has stepped down, effective immediately, according to a statement from University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins. He will retain his position of tenured professor in the School of Geography and Development.
Former Honors College Dean Dr. Patricia MacCorquodale and other female deans at the University of Arizona are suing the Arizona Board of Regents for gender discrimination under the Equal Pay Act.
The woman who accused former head football coach Rich Rodriguez of sexual harassment and creating a hostile workplace has filed an $8.5 million notice of claim against the University of Arizona and the board charged with overseeing the state's university system, the Arizona Board of Regents.
He will also be the highest paid employee on campus, agreeing to a $14.5 million contract over five years, pending approval by the Arizona Board of Regents according to a UA press release. He will make $2 million during his first two years, and $3.5 million for the next three seasons.
On Jan. 2, University of Arizona head football coach Rich Rodriguez was terminated from his position. The decision, according to a statement released by the UA, was based on several factors “including the direction and climate of our football program.”
A group of student protesters rallied in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and temporarily disrupted the Arizona Board of Regents meeting at the Student Union Memorial Center Friday, Nov. 17.
Members of the Class of 1967 will be formally inducted into the Silver & Sage Society, a treasured group of alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago.
University of Arizona Football's Donovan Moore was involved and injured in a serious crash late Thursday night.
If the city’s August primary elections are any indicator, Kozachik should be on his way towards a decade of dual service as the Ward 3 Representative on Tucson’s City Council and an Associate Athletic Director at the University of Arizona, where he oversees facilities and capital projects.
UA assistant professor in communication department loses Ph.D. by vote of Ohio State University board
Jodi Whitaker, an instructor of Mass Media and its Effects, had her doctoral degree in Mass Media and Communication revoked Friday. The Daily Wildcat was able to confirm Whitaker was present for her scheduled classes this week.
“I hope we deliver confidence to the parents that we are the surrogate parents and help take care of their students,” Dr. Robbins said.
Director of the museum, Meg Hagyard, called the experience a “monumental moment for the museum” and said the painting’s return would “complete once again something that we’ve always hoped for.”
Whether you’re a student of the UA or just someone curious and strolling around campus, here is a short primer on the people, places and things that make the UA unique.
UA Poetry Center Coordinator Sarah Gzemski said the grant will go toward the Poetry Coalition’s goals, like support programs for different member organizations as well as annual meetings.
For many students, the Student Union Memorial Center and Park Student Union are more than just places to eat. They’re the only places to eat. This is where Christine Carlson, assistant director of nutrition, comes in.
In a blow to undocumented students, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival students — also known as DREAMers — do not have legal status in the state and therefore are ineligible to receive in-state tuition rates.