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Last week, athletic apparel company Nike rolled out its new ad campaign in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the brands iconic “Just Do It” motto. With a deep stable of athletic talent on its roster to draw from, Nike instead choose Colin Kaepernick as the face of its campaign.
Here at the Daily Wildcat, we like to pride ourselves on not just getting you, our readers, the most up-to-date and important news happening on campus, but also our ability to bring those stories to you before anyone else.
We at the Daily Wildcat believe every vote is important, and each acts as a powerful voice to change some of the largest problems we see in government today. We are calling on each of you not to neglect this year’s primary election.
If you’re reading this, you’re interested enough in student-run journalism to pick up a copy of our Campus Guide, or check us out online. For that, we here at The Daily Wildcat are extremely appreciative.
For institutions like universities, reputations are worth their weight in financial gold. In the last few years, it can be argued, the University of Arizona’s reputation has taken hit after hit, culminating this last semester with off-court intrigue, court room revelations and more lawsuits.
The Daily Wildcat wants to welcome all incoming freshmen and their families, and let you know we’re here for you. Whether you are looking for important updates on news or events happening on campus, or the latest on your favorite University of Arizona athletes, we have you covered.
The UA should work to put more of its tenured professors in these courses if it truly wants students to succeed in a subject and continue in the discipline beyond the minimum requisite courses.
While those being accused of a crime or other violations that could have huge consequences on their lives should absolutely have the ability to defend themselves and appeal their decision, there are no compelling reasons to allow direct confrontation, or to take the right of appeal away from the accuser if the initial hearing does not go in their favor.
The Daily Wildcat is joining this call for many reasons. We have seen the impact of a shrinking news industry firsthand, and we understand the vital role our industry plays in keeping a well-informed society.
Instead of blissfully carrying on the entrenched mindset of raising tuition each and every year, college officials and student leaders should be fighting for these costs to be lowered, using their voices and organizing abilities to lead protests or hold information sessions to convey how serious of an issue the skyrocketing costs of higher education really are.
University officials must be transparent with the results of the internal investigations it has undertaken since Carter’s arrest. Whatever problems or mistakes that are discovered must be shared with the public in an honest and forthright manner.
Whether you agree that more gun control measures are needed, as 66 percent of the country does, or not, the fact that young people are standing up for what they believe in should be commended.
With fears of how data can be exploited, and even weaponized, currently filling our screens, the university must do everything in its power to protect the information it has collected. It must also give students an opt-out option, and be open and honest with the community about how that data has been used, and will be used in the future.
The Tucson Festival of Books is about so much more than purchasing the latest work from a beloved writer or adding a needed classic to a collection. It’s an experience that can’t be replicated online, in a big box store or, frankly, anywhere else in the world.
Regardless of what truths lie beneath, the results have put the Arizona athletic program at the peak of irresponsibility and embarrassment — deservedly so.
As Daily Wildcat reporting has revealed, the community was not informed they would have to pack up and leave until just a few weeks before the end of the fall semester. When they were finally told what was happening, the resulting move, hastily planned and poorly executed, left students searching for parking permits and dealing with other headaches.
Big adjustments have happened here at the Daily Wildcat the last few years. With the realities of the industry staring us in the face, we too have had to make tough decisions in order to continue producing the news which audiences demand and deserve.
An outside investigation, one not protected by attorney-client privilege or funded by tuition/taxpayer dollars, must take place in order to expose any potential institutional problems, from the culture to reporting protocols, and examine methods for addressing inappropriate or harmful actions.