Comedy Corner, the nation’s oldest college sketch and improvisation comedy group, is spreading the laughter with their weekly on-campus performances and upcoming improv workshop. The student-run group not only allows students to improve their improvisational skills, but it also creates a “second family” for its members. According to Comedy Corner President Rebecca Wendler, the club is “kind of like your best friends getting together and just hanging out, but is also really rewarding to get to perform weekly for a bunch of different people.”
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Wildcat's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
7 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Hoarding is the persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions regardless of their actual value, whether a person is defined as a compulsive hoarder or not everyone feels connected to objects in some way. Ashley Dahlke, a second year graduate student in the University of Arizona’s School of Art explores this connection through her art installation “The Space Between” in the Lionel Rombach Gallery. This instillation works to “engage with the subconscious relationships we have with the things around us and questions what they signify.”
The Gem and Mineral Show is renowned and attracts collectors and admirers from all over the world. Lasting from the end of the January to the middle of February, the city sparkles with rare gems and minerals from across the globe. One of these shows was hosted by Westward Look Resort and was the show’s 17 annual event.
Everybody dance now: the Dancer's Consort welcomes everybody and anybody to get involved in UA's dance community
For those who have a passion for dance and are looking to get more involved on campus, the Dancer’s Consort club extends a warm welcome.
Tucson’s sense of community is demonstrated through its many collaborative programs, traditions and festivals. On Thursday, Jan. 11, the people of Tucson came together to celebrate and dance to the sound of the city’s annual HSL Properties Tucson Jazz Festival.
Marissa Hall, a 1996 University of Arizona graduate and filmmaker, and her husband, Ben Sharples, just released the first film they made with their production company Gold Door Films.
The University of Arizona School of Dance will perform its annual fall presentation, “Premium Blend,” this Wednesday, Nov. 15, through Sunday, Nov. 19.