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Column: Choose your icons wisely, millennials


We name celebrities as icons of our generation, but that doesn't mean we can't look at the facts and decide who we look up to as a personal icon. Millennials have seen people rise to fame and become sensational in the blink of an eye simply by being relatable.

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Head to head: E-Cig ban

Two Daily Wildcat columnists go head to head on the recent e-cig ban. 

Column: Changes in technology haven't changed video-gaming stereotypes

Video games are a fun platform for all styles of person, whether you're into the more laid-back, casual genre or something a little more action oriented. They're designed to appeal to a large group of people and they're an extremely popular form of entertainment. ...

Column: Disinformation in the internet age

With a world of information at your fingertips, who you choose to follow and what organizations you choose to follow can play a key role in shaping your perception of the world. 

COLUMNS more in columns

Column: Choose your icons wisely, millennials

We name celebrities as icons of our generation, but that doesn't mean we can't look at the facts and decide who we look up to as a personal icon. Millennials have seen people rise to fame and become sensational in the blink of an eye simply by being ... read more

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Editorial: Issues of transparency at Hart

Throughout her tenure at this university, President Ann Weaver Hart has made it apparent to us that she is running a closed-door presidency and has instructed her public relations team to act accordingly. read more

SPECIAL REPORT: It Happened Here. Twice.

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

Editorial: Why you gotta be so Hartless?

If the regents and Presidents Michael Crow, Rita Cheng and Hart are truly concerned about the financial state of Arizona’s universities, they would have rejected these raises. The presidents’ decisions to accept them reflect fundamental failures ... read more

LETTERS more in letters

Letter to the Editor: UA has failed its Tohono O'odham students

The UA sits on the ancestral land of the Tohono O’odham. This is a fact that can be found in Southwest history textbooks and in the oral histories of the Tohono O’odham nation. Yet, when it comes to the support, encouragement and, most importantly, ... read more