Spring Fling, a time of carnival food, games and fun, means it's time to start mentally preparing for the scariest thing the University of Arizona has to offer ... the carnival rides. Here is a Top Five list of the scariest rides st Spring Fling this year.
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The University of Arizona lost not only an outstanding scholar but a friend, family member, nature-lover and adventurer on Tuesday, March 5. Genevieve Comeau was a Ph.D. student in the Department of Entomology and Insect Science pursuing a minor in Epidemiology. She and her boyfriend were found shot dead in a house near campus. Police are currently considering it a murder-suicide, determining that her boyfriend shot her before killing himself, according to the Arizona Daily Star.
The historic “Crown Jewel of Tucson" came alive when gospel singer-songwriter Tori Kelly took the stage for the very first stop of her tour, The Acoustic Sessions, featuring music from her brand new album, “Change Your Mind.” Kelly broke free from her traditional big gospel sound to focus on a more intimate concert in the Fox Theatre.
The Daily Wildcat interviewed actress and author Lorna Luft, who will be at the Tucson Festival of Books to promote her newest book about her mother, "A Star Is Born: Judy Garland and the Film That Got Away." The book is a history of all of the "A Star Is Born" movies with never before seen photos.
University of Arizona graduate students are not only leaving their mark in Tucson, but all around the globe. Through the Peace Corps and the Coverdell Fellows program at the UA, students are making the world a better place through sustainability, education, healthcare and outreach.
The University of Arizona Coverdell Fellows will host an Outreach and Research Showcase to show what graduate students in the fellowship program are doing for the Tucson community on Friday, Feb. 22 in the Student Union Memorial Center North Grand Ballroom.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council hosted its 27th annual showcase on Wednesday, Feb. 13, on the University of Arizona Mall to display work from undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students across all fields.
Do you know what is even sweeter than a heart-shaped box of chocolates? Giving a Valentine to a child in the hospital.
The Department of Equity, Inclusion, and Title IX is the newest department at the University of Arizona and is tasked with dealing with incidents of discrimination and harassment.
The University of Arizona Police Department asked for help identifying two men involved in an alleged armed robbery by issuing a UA Clery Timely Warning Notice on Jan. 31.
When you own a horse, there is no horsing around with equine healthcare. The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Equine Program hosted the third annual Southern Arizona Equine Health Care Symposium to bring UA resources to Tucson horse owners and promote horse health.
As we begin our first full week of classes, we may find we seek help navigating through the semester and predicting the future to help us make choices.
Students not only got a taste of what the University of Arizona Student Union has to offer during the Taste of the Union event on Thursday, Jan. 10, they got tastes of each vendors’ food as well.
Years after graduating from the University of Arizona, Daily Wildcat alumnus Bryan Hance gave more than just college memories to his friend, fellow alumnus Tom Collins – he gave a kidney as well.
The new Broadway musical "Waitress" is as sweet as pie – almost literally. The show, about a waitress who bakes incredible pies, premiered at Centennial Hall at the University of Arizona on Dec. 4 and will be showing until Dec. 9.
Follow the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole, or to the Modern Languages building, and go “mad” with Wildcat DanceSport, the University of Arizona’s competitive ballroom dance team, as they perform Alice in Wonderland.
Her name and face may be a mystery, but her music isn’t. Elohim, the Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, electro-pop recording artist, DJ and producer, shares her deepest secrets and feelings with the world through music while maintaining a nearly anonymous identity. During interviews she wears a mask and alters her voice, but song lyrics lay bare her struggles with issues like anxiety and depression. Named after a Hebrew moniker for God, Elohim said she felt that the stage name gave her strength and “moved her in a really deep way,” according to an interview with LA Weekly. She has produced two albums and three hit singles as well as performed at Coachella.
A variety of music genres, local food, live art and a venue right in the heart of Tucson are what you can expect this year at DUSK music festival Nov. 10 and 11.
Cowboy hats, boots and blue jeans do-si-doed their way into Centennial Hall at the University of Arizona Oct. 24 as country singer Scotty McCreery took to the stage.
Noticed a high school student sitting next to you in a lecture? Don’t panic! About 40-50 high school AP world history students will be visiting the University of Arizona campus on Monday, Oct. 8 and Tuesday Oct. 9, to attend lectures from the Department of Religious Studies and Classics.