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The bottom line is that if all you're looking for is a place to get drunk and make bad decisions, then you shouldn't be here. Plain and simple.
I still remember the first time I ever came to the UA. It was for freshman orientation and my mother and I, being from Flagstaff, thought it would be easiest to get a hotel about a mile and a half from campus and commute by bike.
Earlier this month, the UA announced it would set up a special insurance plan for employees with domestic partners.
One of the most important dates of the year for current and prospective UA students recently passed with little to no fanfare.
How many times has an average citizen of average per capita income won an election of national importance in the United States?
For the majority of my college career, I have lived this paper, either as an avid reader or a proud employee.
When this sue-happy culture begins to extend to the government, which Americans count on to represent them, it becomes clear that this a culture that needs to be changed.
In honor of Banned Books Week, Daily Wildcat editors describe how banned books shaped their lives.
If the Supreme Court rules that Arizona is in the right and has the authority to police their own borders and citizens, then there will be virtually no legal ground for federal immigration reform advocates to stand on.
In my two years covering the Arizona Board of Regents for the Daily Wildcat, I’ve learned one thing above all else: You can’t separate education from politics in Arizona — partly because nobody seems to genuinely want to.
The UA was nothing more than sepia-toned students meeting in Old Main 125 years ago.
News Editor Luke Money interviews acting President Eugene Sanders about his plans for the school. Filmed and edited by Heather DiPietro.
Keturah Oberst / Arizona Daily Wildcat The University of Arizona's newly appointed Provost Jacqueline Mok Provost Mok talks with the Arizona Daily Wildcat's Luke Money
For five years, President Robert Shelton led the UA during some of the most difficult economic times in its 125-year history.
Hundreds of UA community members gathered Thursday at the basketball court of the Delta Chi fraternity to remember Anthony Andrighetto, a UA student who died in a car accident the day before.
For the Arizona Board of Regents, potential problems for the state’s financial aid system boil down to three factors: increased financial need, increased costs of attendance and an increased student debt load.
Arizona state Rep. Daniel Patterson doesn’t mince words when asked about the ongoing investigation into his alleged ethics violations.
Several weeks into a far-reaching ethics complaint about his conduct as a legislator, Rep. Daniel Patterson has officially resigned from the House of Representatives.
FLAGSTAFF — The Arizona Board of Regents approved university funding requests for fiscal year 2013 during its meeting on Thursday, but not without debate.