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UA freshman Luis Rivera, who is majoring in English, has experienced the effects of the recent recession on education first-hand.
The UA's president and provost offered proverbial olive branches to the Faculty Senate on Monday in response to the recent faculty poll.
Jacob Miller was arrested just before 1 p.m., a few hours after he and other students drew pictures and messages in over 80 locations around campus.
While most people in Tucson were sound asleep Tuesday morning, scientists were busy creating the largest collision ever achieved in a particle accelerator, hoping to answer questions about how the universe was formed.
Early this semester, the UA Creative Writing program sent an e-mail to creative writing instructors stating that students who submit inappropriate work should be disciplined.
""Everyone has a story"" is a weekly segment in the Arizona Daily Wildcat that aims to tell the story of an interesting person on the UA campus. This week, the Daily Wildcat interviewed Jessica Hahn, a journalism senior whose 23-year-old sister Kristin was diagnosed with kidney failure in August 2008. The family will be holding a fundraiser to raise money for Kristin's kidney transplant.
On Saturday, after a nine-month hiatus, the Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium will once again open its doors to the public full time.
Evan Paul, a communication junior, founded eGamePlace.com at age 15. Now his Web site has offers of $12 million.
UA students took home five $1,000 scholarships after winning the annual Avnet Tech Games, a statewide collegiate technology competition on April 9.
ASUA President Emily Fritze went over some of the controversial topics circulating campus at the Wednesday ASUA meeting.
A recent survey conducted by the Arizona Students' Association revealed that students pay an average of $348 for textbooks per semester.
What would you do with $3.5 million?
The first year of college can be a liberating experience for new students in more ways than one. While most incoming freshmen will hopefully use their newfound independence to dive headfirst into the collegiate world of learning, others could find themselves on the Dean of Students' naughty list.
While worrying about an empty stomach shouldn't be a top concern for incoming freshmen, it never hurts to know where to take that first hot date out for a meal. There are countless restaurants and eateries on and around campus that will definitely merit a visit this coming fall.