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Learn how to study or teach abroad during Fulbright Week

Fulbright Week 2019 at the University of Arizona will be a week full of events all dedicated to educating UA’s students, staff and faculty about the different opportunities to go abroad available through the Fulbright Program. Fulbright Week will take place April 1-5 and is hosted by UA Global, the UA Graduate College and the UA Honors College. Read more

UA project chosen by NASA to aid in CubeSat Launch Initiative

A University of Arizona satellite project was selected to be part of the NASA CubeSat Launch Initiative. The UA project is called CatSat and will be exploring the latest miniaturization of satellite technology by demonstrating an inflatable antenna which will transmit HD video from space to Earth.  Read more

A taste of the finer things: Wine fest comes to UA

Spring is officially here in Tucson, and the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences along with the Arizona Wine Growers Association are putting together a fundraising event just in time for the sunny skies and warm weather. Read more

Q&A with your new student body president, Sydney Hess

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.  Read more

Tuition increase for incoming freshman outlined in new proposal

The University of Arizona submitted its proposal to increase the undergraduate tuition rate for new students from Arizona by 2 percent for the 2019-2020 academic year, alongside other tuition and fee increases and changes, to the Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona’s three Arizona public universities' governing body, on Mar. 22.  Read more

ASUA again reckons with low student interest

Last semester, the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the UA’s undergraduate student government body, faced a crisis. While many candidates competed for the student body presidency, ASUA failed to fill a number of college-specific seats in the Senate. After a year of increased outreach to the UA community and easing of requirements for potential candidates, ASUA is facing a similar problem in this year’s March 25 and 26 general election. Read more