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Resources for Flu Season: Get your shot today!

While the virus has not broken out yet in the US, several students and faculty have already fallen ill from the common cold. According to the Center for Disease Control, this is when people should get vaccinated, before peak flu season hits later in the fall. Several locations near and on campus offer the annual flu shot for everyone, with or without insurance.  Read more

UA Hackathon created by and for women

The University of Arizona’s Fourth Annual Women’s Hackathon began with a kick-off event on Oct. 19 on the UA Mall and later took place at the Main Library and the Integrated Learning Center on Oct. 20-21.  Read more

Rain didn't dampen Tucson turnout for Garcia rally

Shielding themselves from the rain with purple "David Garcia [for] governor" signs, hundreds of students and Tucson locals came out to support David Garcia, the democratic gubernatorial candidate in Arizona, at a rally in front of the Richard Jefferson Gymnasium on Tuesday. Garcia was endorsed by Bernie Sanders, Arizona House of Representatives Raúl Grijalva and Ohio Senator Nina Turner, who not only encouraged students and Tucson locals to vote for him, but also to vote in general.  Read more

The Daily Wildcat Homecoming 2018 edition

With the historical lighting of "A" Mountain and the annual parade, bonfire and pep rally, the University of Arizona celebrates its 104th Homecoming and welcomes back the class of '68 for their golden 50-year reunion. Take a look inside for everything you need to know for Homecoming Weekend.  Read more

Police Beat: Homecoming 2018 Edition

A note from the writer of Police Beat: Last year at around this time, I wrote the Police Beat: Homecoming Edition for 2017. It was my second ever Police Beat. It was okay, but now, 30 Police Beats later, I knew I could do better. So here are the same three cases from last year, written with a whole year of crime reporting as hindsight. Here’s to another year of Police Beat. Read more

Congressional race candidate guide

 Arizona’s Second Congressional District encompasses northeast Tucson. The highly competitive congressional seat, formerly held by Republican Martha McSally, will be critical to Democratic efforts to retake Congress. Arizona’s Third Congressional District encompasses southwest Tucson. The congressional seat has been solidly Democratic since won by eight-term Congressman Raul Grijalva in 2013. Learn about the candidates here. Read more