Many freshmen come into college with fantasies of grandeur. I say fantasies, and not delusions, because though some are unlikely, several actually do end up coming to fruition. Your dorm-mates might become your close friends, the cafeteria food might not consist solely of hamburgers and grilled cheese, and your long-distance relationship might last. But it is important to note the key word: might.
Many students are still trying to recover from last week, which provided them with more tests than they could have ever asked for. And with the onset of finals week this Friday, there’s no time to rest.
Walk into any grocery or convenience store and compare similar products for men and women. You will find that even though both products have practically the same ingredients, the product marketed toward women will oftentimes be higher in price. This ...
A female student was raped by a much older man in her off-campus apartment during a date, and upon going to the police â who later went to the school to report the incident â was summoned to a disciplinary hearing for violating the school's "Honor ...
With finals week approaching, students should prepare themselves for countless memes agonizing over the tests and a flood of tweets about how much coffee their peers say they desperately need to make it through May.
The UA offers over 300 different degrees through 20 colleges and 11 schools. From Africana studies to microbiology, students can mix and match degrees, but that doesn’t mean the path is easy. read more
So many things that used to be taboo are now, thankfully, coming out of the woodwork. From important topics like homosexuality or menstruation to more minute issues, the world is slowly becoming more open and accepting of many parts of the human condition ... read more
Looking back on the 2002 UA College of Nursing and 2011 'Congress on Your Corner' shootings that garnered national attention, The Daily Wildcat takes a comprehensive look at mass and school shootings near and far. read more
If the regents and Presidents Michael Crow, Rita Cheng and Hart are truly concerned about the financial state of Arizonaâs universities, they would have rejected these raises. The presidentsâ decisions to accept them reflect fundamental failures ... read more
Those who want the university to muzzle speakers based on their messages should remember that one day, they might want to advance a controversial position and may need to rely on the very protections they are seeking to deny others. read more
The UA sits on the ancestral land of the Tohono Oâodham. This is a fact that can be found in Southwest history textbooks and in the oral histories of the Tohono Oâodham nation. Yet, when it comes to the support, encouragement and, most importantly, ... read more
There was a consensus among editors to have a reporter pick a winner of the debate, which received numerous responses in the days following. We received many emails asking for public acknowledgement and an apology. read more