From stolen golf carts to drug busts and naive social media users, here are this year's most outrageous Police Beats.
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An endship to the friendship
Stand and Deliver
The Coalition for the “Arizona 3” gathered on Freedom Hill today at 12:45 p.m., an hour before the Arizona Board of Regents meeting commenced in the Grand Ballroom of the Student Union Memorial Center. They then attended the meeting, where three students addressed the board and expressed their outrage and outlined their demands.
Funnel Cake Feud
Package for Mary Jane
The Daily Wildcat sat down with the Associated Students of the University of Arizona’s president elect, junior Sydney Hess, to discuss her experience during the campaign and what she is expecting next year. The interview has been slightly edited for brevity and clarity.
A Blunt Refusal
One last drink
A bunch of jugheads
The rooftop greenhouse officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the fourth floor of the University of Arizona’s Student Union Memorial Center on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Though the greenhouse’s first harvest took place in October 2018, the team behind the greenhouse celebrated its success with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception. In attendance were greenhouse project and production manager Stacy Tollefson (far left) and Senior Director of Arizona Student Unions Todd Millay (far right). The actual ribbon-cutting was performed by Bridgette Nobbe, the graduate assistant for Campus Pantry (center left), and Michaela Davenport, the director of the Campus Pantry (center right).
A Sign to Stop
Don’t Threat on Me
If you know the University of Arizona, you probably already know that Old Main is the heart and soul of campus. But here are some facts about this historic building you may not know.
Past, present and potential future participants in the Undergraduate Biology Research Program united at the program’s 30th annual conference on Saturday, Jan. 26 in ENR2.