The Associated Student of the University of Arizona Senate approved funding for Eller Make A Difference Day during their regular meeting on Sept. 13. Eller Make A Difference Day is a two-day event on Oct. 20 and 21.
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Being a college student and a young mom feels impossible sometimes. From making sure that my daughter is being taken care of while I’m at school to making sure that I turn in homework that is worth 20 percent of my grade, it takes a huge toll on me.
The University of Arizona student body senate passed a referendum that eliminates four graduate colleges from the senate at their first Wednesday meeting of the semester, Aug. 30.
Columnists Alec Scott and Aurora Begay go head to head to debate the best place to live as a student, on-campus or off-campus.
Being a working student and using social media can be dangerous if you’re not careful of what you post. With the popularity and prevalence of social media, more employers are using it to create job opportunities or find the person they want to hire.
Snapchat’s latest update, Snap Map, introduced snappers to a new feature: a map that allows users to see the exact location of their friends and family. This addition immediately received backlash from the public regarding its safety and purpose.
College is a formative time. Freshmen get their first taste of independence while continuing students take another step toward completing their formal education. It’s also a time to explore different opportunities like joining a club, volunteering with an organization or being otherwise involved on campus.
Summer may be the time for grand adventures, but it’s also the time for brutal temperatures. Staying hydrated and cool in the desert heat is critical. Knowing how to avoid getting too hot is important for preventing heat-related illnesses, yet not everyone takes the proper precautions.
During the past three weeks, I’ve spent much of my free time binge-watching “Jane the Virgin” on Netflix, and it’s helped me strengthen the relationship between me and my career goal. As an aspiring journalist, I’m always writing — whether it be an essay for class, a column for the Daily Wildcat, or just for myself. Writing has always been my passion, and I love expressing myself through this medium.
The millennial generation isn’t all about spoiled and privileged young people. It’s the generation that is currently in the work force and in college. It’s the generation that everyone misjudges and degrades.
As college students, we all feel the weight of grades, as the pressure to get A’s each semester can cause significant stress. We often fear the judgement that might come from others for not getting A’s; after all, we don’t want anyone to think that we’re not smart or working hard.
Staying healthy and fit as a college student is difficult. Your studies, social life, and other commitments may push exercise and healthy eating a bit too far down your list of priorities. In fact, a major fear of incoming freshmen is gaining the infamous “freshman 15,” the number of pounds that many students supposedly put on during their first year of college. It doesn’t have to be that way, though.
There are many ways students choose to spend their summers. This time could be spent lounging around and binge watching Netflix all day, or catching up on as much sleep as possible. Summer is every student’s time to detoxify from the stress of the prior semester; the time of year we all look forward to. Have fun and enjoy yourself, but please, be careful and don’t do anything reckless.
Transferring to the UA is an exciting time. You’ve completed your AGEC credits at another college, and now you’re ready to focus on your major’s requirements. You also probably have mixed feelings and worries about the transition from community college to the UA.
During the first 100 days of President Donald Trump, many college students, myself especially, have learned a lot about the type of power our presidents have.
Imagine living in a world where our air is clean, our water is pure, the soil we walk on is healthy and we didn’t have to worry about toxins or chemicals. That’s the goal for the March for Science and the March for Climate.
Desire2Learn, or D2L, is essential to a UA student’s success and needs to be properly maintained.
On Tuesday, the Tucson City Council approved the ordinance that prohibits cellphone use while driving. This ban is long overdue.
The live-action remake of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” has been under fire for including an openly gay character.