Arts

Get to know "Tigers Be Still" star Kelly Hajek

The lead in the Arizona Repertory Theatre’s newest play “Tigers Be Still” is Kelly Hajek, a junior in the School of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of Arizona. But Hajek's career as an actor may have started out by accident. Read more

This fall: 10 hit shows with new episodes

Fall, the time of year when Tucson’s blistering heat begins to wane, the leaves change color elsewhere and new and returning shows grace our television screens once again. Starting this Monday, there will be many premieres showing up on screen, and the Daily Wildcat is here to describe some of America’s favorites so that you don’t miss a beat. Read more

The Loft Cinema will screen "Indiana Jones" for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

The mass destruction that Hurricane Harvey caused in Houston, Texas during the past couple of weeks has sparked a movement from many organizations and individuals across the country to step forward and aid residents who were affected. Within the Tucson community, local business The Loft Cinema located at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. will host a one-day screening of the first "Indiana Jones" film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 2:30 p.m. All of the proceeds collected at this event will be donated to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Read more

One week of eating vegan

Veganism, defined as refraining from using or consuming products made by or from animals, has been trending positively in the past several years. Living the organic, natural, animal product-free life seems to be the next big thing. While going vegan does have many health and ethical benefits, converting to a full vegan diet may sound insane to some. I decided to try a vegan diet for a week with my friends to see what it's like. Read more

An Earful: 'S-Town' story is one that must be heard

“S-Town” is the podcast that explores this town and the people who have called it home for generations. Executive producer Brian Reed leaves no stone left unturned and digs through the confusion to see the real Woodstock, Alabama, and the real McLemore. Read more

UA a cappella groups share their voices on campus

The University of Arizona is home to six a cappella groups. Most of them have been around for over five years, and they continue to share their love for music today on and around campus. Recently, all six a cappella groups held auditions for the upcoming 2017-2018 season. Read more