Discussions and arguments understandably lead into very heated moments. But on the Internet, these arguments devolve into a barrage of unintelligent insults. The internet, while beneficial, can also bring out the worst in people due to its anonymity. ...
Itâs a noble goal to try to play devilâs advocate when you feel that a legitimate view is not given the respect it deserves, but sometimes that view is shown to be so categorically undependable that playing devilâs advocate is morally impermissible. ...
It’s Friday night, the start of family weekend, and people are all around, but your folks couldn’t be harder to find. Not tonight. Maybe not this week. They’ll come another day.
Presidential nominees need to consider the impacts of their statements on public health.
Recently, a lot of people have, for the first time, taken offense to something that Donald Trump said — which doesn't make any sense to me.
As the country just celebrated Columbus Day again, it's important to slow down and think about the true meaning of the holiday.
A woman's decision of whether or not to wear makeup should be a personal choice, not an obligation.
As many commentators have noted, the opening of the second presidential debate resembled a rap battle more than it did any kind of heightened discourse. The two candidates refused to shake hands, instead choosing to sway awkwardly in the otherâs general ...
There's a certain frustration that comes with trying to learn a foreign language in a classroom setting, and unfortunately the foreign language departments at UA tend to further that frustration in various ways. read more
Sec. Clinton may have been referring to the use of Trump Foundation funds to buy a giant painting of the real estate mogul, but she likely spoke for many American voters tonight as they watched her opponent discover creative new ways to shoot himself ... read more
This past year has been difficult for a lot of people because of the heated, toxic political climate. It seems like there is a new bombshell or allegation thrust into the media every day about the presidential campaign. It's exhausting information to ... read more
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
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
A note on the state of graduate education in the state of Arizona from the president of the UA Graduate and Professional Student Council. 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