When most political figures fail to address something, the art world always seems to respond. In the weeks following President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, the art world has responded with various pieces ranging from sculptures to large prints of toddlers peering over walls.
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“Safari can’t open the page.” The phrase is a common sight if you have a poor internet connection. Though, when you are searching for controversial topics in the United States, it seems to become an even more common sight. Connection speeds slow, and the little wheel spins with a skip and a jump, almost as if your computer is warning you that someone is taking an extra-close look at your movements.
Terror attacks have driven politics. To drive sheep into a pen you must have a dog and a rod. Fear campaigning has been a practice since the earliest days of democracy, and works to try to disguise itself as democracy. Proponents of this tactic include Adolf Hitler, Francisco Franco, Marine Le Pen, both George Bushes, Lyndon Johnson, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump... the list goes on and on — almost no leader is clean of fear campaigning.
Social media — everyone has an account of some form. Most people in our generation, like the president of this country, seem to be addicted to it. Whether it be Snapchat, Instagram or Twitter, we find ourselves glued to the lit screen rather than living in the moment.
Column: Incoming president Robert Robbins contracted at highest salary for the position in UA history
The United States is not the only place that has brought in a new president to take over; our beloved UA has brought in a new commander in chief to take place of President Ann Weaver Hart at a rather steep price tag.
The idea of having tobacco on campus is off-kilter and not the first thing people would think of as beneficial to the campus.
After an official vote from the senate, Neil Gorsuch will be taking Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat. Considering the talk of Russian connections amongst the other picks made by Donald Trump, most people would be quite terrified. Trump’s Supreme Court nomination, however, seems to be a lesser evil by contrast.
Trump has almost waged a one-man war against the environment and the safety of the American people by trashing environmental protection laws and safety regulations for the American worker. By doing this Trump says he is “creating jobs,” yet all he is doing is increasing corporate profit by lowering production costs in certain industries.
Spring break is a time when college students decide its time to pick up a bottle rather than a paycheck—since daddy makes enough to spare—and completely let go of the small amount of morality and self-respect they seemed to posses.
The Trump administration is looking to backpedal on yet another campaign promise. People may not remember Trump saying this one verbatim, but it was implied throughout his campaign.
A campaigning Donald Trump said “We will terminate the Obama administration’s deadly non-enforcement policies that allow thousands of criminal aliens to freely roam our streets,” last year in Phoenix. It looks like he has now decided to enforce his policy—maybe for the first time in Arizona—on the 35-year-old mother of two Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos.
Arizona, as a whole, seems to support the Republican party, but Tucson Councilwoman Regina Romero has decided to make a statement to México. “It is important to distinguish ourselves from the rest of the state and the Republican Congress,” she said.
“You’re Fired,” the famous catch phrase of the reality TV star turned president of the United States of America was delivered to the attorney general on Monday.