Journalism student and Daily Wildcat reporter Rocky Baier was awarded first place. Fellow Daily Wildcat reporters Zachary Ogden and Owen Zerambo were awarded second and third place, respectively.
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The University of Arizona Compost Cats program was recently awarded over $100,000 in grants. Compost Cats is planning on using this money to set up a compost operation in Santa Cruz County.
The UA Food Day Fair featured free, healthy foods as well as several games, giveaways and interactive exhibits. Many groups offered free fruit to attendees of the event, and the games and exhibits promoted and taught healthy eating habits.
In 2008, the UA signed a ten-year agreement with Coca-Cola to make Coke the sole provider of all soft-drinks on campus. The deal also included other incentives for both sides. Coke agreed to fund several student programs, and the UA allowed Coke to create marketing programs on campus, per a UA News press release.
The Arizona Board of Regents released a recent report comparing the wages of college graduates and high school graduates in the state of Arizona. According to the Board, a college graduate earns about $22,000 more than an individual with only a high school diploma.
The University of Arizona First Cats held its Fall 2017 mixer to launch the university’s first-generation visibility campaign,Oct. 5. First Cats is a program overseen by the Office of Academic Success and Achievement intended to foster a community for first-generation Wildcats.