Cactuses live a long time, but so has the University of Arizona’s Joseph Wood Krutch Garden, which has been around for 120 years. Just where is it and how did it come to be? Find out with me, Jasmine Demers, in this UA Minute in History.
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Ever wonder how old trees can get? What if I told you that I know a tree that was over 2,000 years old and weighed more than 4,000 pounds? Where is this tree located and why is that important? Find out with me, Pascal Albright, in this UA Minute in History.
In this UA Minute in History, we’re going back to more recent history with the Environment and Natural Resources 2 building, on East Lowell Street.
For University of Arizona graduate students who don’t plan on attending NCAA athletics events, but have automatically been charged the $25 athletics fee for this semester, the deadline for getting a refund is Sept. 21.
Would you ever smoke cigarettes? What about e-cigarettes? JUUL Labs, a e-cigarette company, has exploded in popularity in the past few years, according to a report by Tobacco Control, especially with youth.
A new move-in service was tested for early move-in students in Park District on Saturday, August 11. Instead of carrying their belongings up staircases and down halls, the company, University and Student Services, did all the heavy lifting.
Two researchers at the UA College of Medicine – Tucson recently received a three-year, $750,000 grant from the Arizona Biomedical Research Commission to study how ketamine might be used to improve the lives of patients with Parkinson’s disease.
From libraries and tutoring to financial aid help and places to eat, here are thirteen addresses you might want to add to your map:
Here are just a few individuals you, as a student, should be familiar with.
Finding a place to eat is part college life and here at The Daily Wildcat we thought we’d give you an upper hand by sharing some of our favorite eateries and why we love them
The red planet is coming – closer, that is. On Tuesday, July 31, Mars will be closer to the Earth than it has been in decades. The Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium, in partnership with Steward Observatory and the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, will be holding a “Mars Magnified” event for the public on July 31, from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.
If you hate standing in line to fill a prescription, then good news: MedAvail Technologies has deployed pharmacy kiosks in Tucson and Phoenix as a solution.
Last week, the Los Angeles Times featured an article quoting Antar Davidson, a former employee of Estrella del Norte, a “shelter” in Tucson for newly separated and unaccompanied undocumented minors.
The University of Arizona’s cyber operations program has joined a small group of programs designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations by the National Security Agency.
Carol Barnes, a University of Arizona Regents' Professor of Psychology, Neurology and Neuroscience, one of the world's leading experts on brain aging, has been elected a member of the prestigious National Academy of Sciences. She was one of only 84 new members elected and the only new member from Arizona to be recognized by this private, nonprofit organization of the country’s leading researchers.
Looking for something to do with Dad for the upcoming Father's Day Weekend? Check out these three weekend events happening around Tucson.
Treat your dad to an early Father’s Day treat by grabbing tickets for the premiere showcase of Tucson’s Mexican food culture hosted by the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance. With more than 20 different restaurants on hand, even the mildest salsa pallet should be represented.
A few days into her study abroad experience in Spain, Kara Dunn, University of Arizona Honors college physiology major and Flinn Scholar, woke up paralyzed. Her brother, Ryan Dunn, has started a GoFundMe page to help bring her home to Arizona.
Imagine a healthcare system tailored specifically to you – one where doctors took not only your medical records, but your family history and even genetics into consideration.
In the pitch black, sunglasses appear and pulse to “Sunglasses at Night.” The disintegrate into kaleidoscope shapes, before clacking cameras appear, only to do the same. Red text announces “chapters”, from Chapter 1: Darkness to Chapter 5: The End?, all set to thumping, recognizable 80s songs.