A look back at this year in ASUA

  The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s undergraduate student government body, entered its 105th year. During the 2018-2019 academic year, it was under the leadership of President Natalynn Masters, the first black woman to lead the organization.  Read more

The history and meaning of the stole of gratitude

 As graduation approaches, the chances of seeing a student getting their graduation pictures taken around campus in their cap and gown are higher and higher. One feature some students choose to add to their graduation attire is a Stole of Gratitude.   Read more

What you need to know for Commencement 2019

  Commencement is the start of a new chapter. Thinking about the future can be overwhelming, but commencement itself does not have to be. Whether you’re going to support a student or are a student, this guide has all the basic information you will need to be ready for commencement celebrations Read more

Top DW investigative stories of the year

 The investigative desk returned to the Daily Wildcat after a semester hiatus. The investigative team worked hard this semester to bring you, the students, relevant and in-depth pieces. They wrote about important campus issues like Adderall, street-racing and HIV medication. Here’s a rundown of a few of the most important articles from the investigative desk’s semester back.  Read more