A look back at the top moments from Arizona's fall sports in 2017.
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A look back on the top Arizona sports moments from Spring 2018.
Many Arizona student athletes stepped onto their respective courts, fields and grass for the last time this year; now it’s time to review a few of their careers as Wildcats.
Step into Spring with The Daily Wildcat Spring Fling 2018 special edition. From rides to food to performances, this is your ultimate guide to the 44th annual Spring Fling.
In this Daily Wildcat Men's Basketball Season Wrapup, Arizona faces a difficult offseason after being upset by Buffalo in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
In this Daily Wildcat special edition, the 10th annual Tucson Festival of Books takes over the University of Arizona campus for a page-turning event.
Check out the Daily Wildcat's 2017 Orientation Guide full of helpful information and tips for incoming students and parents.
Don Haskell, the voice of the Pride of Arizona Marching band for 25 years, will be remembered at a memorial held by the Fred Fox School of Music on May 4, in Crowder Hall at 7:30 p.m.
New Arizona women's basketball head coach Adia Barnes has the Wildcats prepped and confident to turn heads this season, while a Phoenix Final Four adds more pressure to Miller and freshman studs Rawle Alkins, Lauri Markkanen and Kobi Simmons.
The Daily Wildcat staff takes its shot at predicting the upcoming season for Arizona, the Pac-12 Conference, as well as conference honors.
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Parents are here this weekend so here are some tips on how to get through it.
In honor of the Tucson Festival of Books, the Daily Wildcat staff goes between the lines to give you a few of our favorite books,
Fruit that would normally go to waste on the Univerity of Arozona campus is harvested by students and the community.
The Daily Wildcat is playing cupid this Valentine's Day.
What are your plans for the Super Bowl?
Looking for a spot to kick back, relax and enjoy some high-end wines? A new shop recently opened on University Boulevard that will satisfy those needs — Bear Track U.
The University of Arizona Police Department recognizes January as National Stalking Awareness Month. UA students talk about their feelings on campus safety.
In Gov. Doug Ducey’s speech at his swearing-in on Jan. 5, he said critics would argue “that the state has already found all the savings that can be found, cut every line item that can be cut.” But, Ducey assured us, he will not sign any bill that raises taxes.