For this year’s graduating class, the University of Arizona’s Commencement ceremony took place on May 10 at the Arizona Stadium starting at 7:30 p.m.
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TOPIC OF THE WEEK: What is your take on the first amendment & should there be extra regulations on campus?
The National Library Trust in the United Kingdom defines reading for leisure as “reading we do of our own free will, anticipating the satisfaction we will get from the act.”
Whether you're celebrating a significant other, a relative or an 18th-century British explorer (what?), Valentine's Day has everyone thinking about the loving, or not so loving, relationships in their lives. Here's who our Daily Wildcat columnists are celebrating this year on the day of love:
There are a lot of streaming services, but two of the most popular are Hulu and Netflix. They both have a different platform of content. Netflix has a wide selection of movies and older TV shows, while Hulu has a larger collection of current TV shows and a smaller selection of movies. So what you're probably wondering is, which one is better for the price?
We’ve all seen e-cigarette products before, even on campus. There’s so many different kinds – JUULs, Suorins, the classic box mods and other variations.
The University of Arizona has 23 different on-campus dorms. Normally, each floor in the dorms has its own resident assistant, or RA. RAs are there to enforce the rules of the dorms, build community and check in with residents. I was wondering: what does it take to be a RA, and what draws people in to become one? Is it worth it to be a RA?
Although born in Phoenix, Barry Goldwater made the right decision to avoid Arizona State University and instead come down to far more hospitable Tucson to study at the University of Arizona. The "Grand Old Man of the Republican Party," Barry Goldwater is probably Arizona’s single most influential contribution to the political landscape of the United States, and a great representation of what makes Arizona unique. Although loathed in the 1950s and 60s as being a far right wing nut job by many in Washington, Goldwater declared he would defoliate Vietnam with nuclear bombs during his presidential race in 1964, yet by the 1990s Goldwater found himself far too moderate and liberal to keep up with the Republicans of the house and senate. Representing Arizona in the Senate for 30 years, Goldwater was a devoted protector of individual freedom, fiscal responsibility, and denouncing the rise of the evangelical right’s control over the Republican Party. By the 1990s, Goldwater was as dedicated a supporter of gay rights as he was of small government, and even endorsed Democrat Karan English in her run for the House of Representatives. His time in office saw him counsel Richard Nixon to resign in the face of Watergate, fight against corruption in government contracts, and try to keep church and state separate.
Americans were alarmed Wednesday when they realized that Donald Trump can send direct messages to every phone in the United States, alarmed enough to cause three New Yorkers to file a lawsuit against President Trump and FEMA Administrator William "Brock" Long. The New Yorkers stated in their suit that Trump’s "rise to power was facilitated by weaponized disinformation that he broadcast into the public information sphere via Twitter in addition to traditional mass media." Though a suit seems a bit much, many of us are skeptical of what is going to be pushed on the newly formed alert system.
I’m wondering if Family Weekend is worth our families making the trip?
Set against the backdrop of recent sexual assault allegations leveled at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, what do our columnists think of an inflammatory tweet from Vox-contributor Eve Foster?
The University of Arizona’s Student Recreation Center is one of the nation’s top collegiate recreation facilities — No. 9 according to Best Value Schools. Located on the corner of Highland Avenue and Sixth Street, UA students receive free membership for each semester that they take at least one unit, not including summer.