Have you seen him on campus? I mean, if you’re ever on campus, you probably have. I have seen him six times already, he’s made time to say hello to me on three occasions, and I’ve heard of his presence in the area probably a dozen times otherwise.
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People try to rationalize carnivals in many ways. I don’t think most reasons make any sense. Some say that fairs are actually healthy, that walking around for a day and going on rides gives us about the same workout as we’d get spending an hour and a half at the gym. Though, I think that these people foolishly assume I’m not going to eat ice-cream, a corn dog, a funnel cake and maybe a slice of pizza.
Our influence over law is often limited, but we can change the way we think about our language privilege and how we treat others in light of this knowledge.
When I picked up Ana Consuelo Matiella’s book “The Truth about Alicia,” I found a gem of a completely different kind than I was used to. I recommend this book of short stories to anyone wanting to step away from mainstream reading, or anyone interested in genuine human stories.
We have to do more than hope and care. Actions, even at the micro-level, matter. It was the actions of participants in the Civil Rights Movement — Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, protesters organized sit-ins at the Woolworth lunch counter, etc. — that gave way to bigger events and bigger marches, which led to the Civil Rights Act.
This network does more than give food to people who need it. It works to lift up Tucson’s community and bring it closer together.
If a male or female dean is hired to do the same job, why would the university generally choose to pay more to get the same work done?
Every professor in every major looks through the lens of his or her own studies, and most majors carry their own assumptions.
It’s been a year since we watched the Electoral College numbers unbelievably swing in Donald Trump’s favor. The next day, many students wore black, cried, sat silently in class or refused to show up in order to mourn the result. Today, the biggest tragedy is that a lot of our peers have never recovered from the shock.
Four Daily Wildcat columnists weigh in on the most important parts of Homecoming.
Several times, my own experience has shown me where the UA has fallen short on providing necessities to students, and although the effects on me were relatively minor, these problems should be addressed.
Five Daily Wildcat columnists discuss family weekend.
Four Daily Wildcat columnists talk about gun control and the Las Vegas shooting.
Somehow, football does create a sense of community, and this fact eludes me. Academics make us UA students, but those special experiences like sitting in the ZonaZoo at the first Pac-12 game makes us Wildcats.
Trump's decision to end DACA taught many of us he has the ability to destabilize our lives and insert his influence into the futures of people we know. The light atmosphere by which I took his presidency was over.
No matter what the answer ends up being, the Honors College should display in plain sight details about the project. From the beginning, the Honors College has been too secretive about the honors complex.
This week four Daily Wildcat columnists weigh in on President Trump's recent decision to end the Deferred action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The next time you have to enter the financial aid office, I hope you’ll remember how much they’re trying. They hope so hard that you’ll leave satisfied and you can be the special student that recognizes their effort and gives them a much-needed thank you.
I'm glad women are feeling comfortable to join competitive, difficult, male-dominated fields. However, I ask that new female STEM majors take a moment and evaluate. Ask yourself, ‘Why am I majoring in this?’
Food insecurity is the “state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food,” according to the Oxford Dictionary. It is a widespread problem on college campuses across the nation.Despite an expanded variety of options to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables, the problem of food insecurity has hardly been addressed.