Blazing heat and the monsoon storms aren’t the only desert hazards to watch out for this summer. Rattlesnake activity increases with warm weather, and it’s important to be aware of how to react when confronted with this venomous critter.
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Tucson enjoyed a small dose of internet fame this past week, as a local man (#GreenShirtGuy) went viral after laughing at protesters opposing a ballot initiative that could make Tucson a sanctuary city.
As a student at the University of Arizona, Tucson is where I live, but it’s not my home. I was born and raised in the kind-hearted city of El Paso, Texas, Or as we call it, “The Sun City.” That’s exactly what it is, a sunny city. It is a city where the people were known to be kind and respectful, where the neighborhoods were safe for children to play outside and our unique culture flourished because of our acceptance of one another. El Paso is the epitome of acceptance.
It’s less than two months away from the Red-Blue Game and Arizona men’s basketball is already off to a rough start to what is supposed to be a bounce-back year. Sophomore guard Brandon Williams will miss the entire 2019-20 season after undergoing knee surgery recently, as first reported by Jeff Goodman of WatchStadium and later confirmed by the University of Arizona.
If two and a half hours of aesthetic driving montages and thirty minutes of a hippie cult is what you are looking for, then director Quentin Tarantino’s latest film “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” is a film for you.
“Second Assault,” a short film made by University of Arizona alumna Jillian Corsie and her best friend Amy Rosner, continues to open up a conversation about sexual assault. It exclusively premiered on HuffPost on June 22, 2019.
For many teens and young adults, access to education about sex and reproductive health is limited. A program created through El Rio Health is changing that.
As the new semester approaches, The Daily Wildcat sat down with returning President Robert C. Robbins to discuss free speech, free college, student housing and how Mike Candrea is the John Wooden of softball.
As college starts this year, local mayoral elections are occurring in August, and more broad-scale elections are starting to peek over the horizon. That being said, getting engaged in politics can be difficult when away at college, in or out of state.
The low down on the most down low spots in Tucson
Tucson is home to many community gems. However, those new to Tucson may not know where to go for some fun activities for all ages. Here are 10 places in Tucson to see if you want to call yourself a Tucsonan.
August is right around the corner and with it means Pac-12 football is less than a month away.
One of the most highly-anticipated, long-awaited movies of the year has arrived, and certainly does not disappoint. The Lion King, the CGI remake of the 1994 animated classic, hit theaters this past weekend, and, as expected, has already broke box-office records.
Tucson is a town that has a rich culture when it comes to things to do. While it has a vibrant nightlife and bar presence, Tucson is filled with a plethora of adventures for those who are under the age of 21. From shopping to concerts, there is always something to do in the “Dirty T.”
Just about every town has its own favorite local pizza place. For many in Tucson, it’s Tino’s Pizza.
With the monsoons’ beginning, Tucson should be expecting many much-needed rainy days in its future. However, monsoon season brings with it a whole list of safety hazards, some that are obvious and some that aren’t.
On Saturday, July 20 at 8 p.m., in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11’s moon landing, University of Arizona graduate student Amanda Stadermann spoke in the Warden Oasis Theater at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum about the moon’s continuing scientific significance.
The Study Abroad Program at the University of Arizona is continually evolving and adding new programs to provide a life-altering experience through hands-on learning for students.
The university campus continues to grow. Here is a look at what new places to look for this year and beyond.
Native American stories are coming to life on the big screen with the help of four University of Arizona alumni.