Daily Wildcat 2017 Campus Guide

The Daily Wildcat's 2017 Campus Guide is full of stories to help incoming students get familiar with the Tucson and UA communities. Or to remind other Wildcats and locals of all there is to experience. Read more

Campus Guide '17: Freshmen do's and don'ts

It's your freshman year. You've been waiting for this brand new chapter of your life for weeks, months or maybe even years. Now that it’s finally here, know that there are some things you definitely should and shouldn’t do during your first year of college. Read more

Campus Guide '17: Concert venues highlight the city's music scene

Tucson’s live music scene is quite eclectic, with rock, alternative, country and hip-hop among the genres represented. Several venues regularly sell out shows for local artists as well as national acts who make a point of adding Tucson to their tours. Incoming students can look forward to seeing the many different artists and bands that contribute to Tucson’s ever-growing music culture and community. Read more

Campus Guide '17: What makes Tucson a great science city?

As UA has grown, Tucson’s reputation as a “science city” has grown too, with major discoveries and innovations occurring regularly. Some of the area’s science-landscape highlights include the UA Tech park, which works with inventors and entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to market, the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, considered one of the best in the world and the Raytheon Company, one of the top employers in the city and a significant defense contractor. Read more

Take shelter at Scented Leaf

During these breaks from the heat, Tucsonans can once again take leisurely strolls, marking the return of a lesser-known season: people-watching. From a corner of Scented Leaf Teahouse and Lounge, the flows of people along University Boulevard are like the tides coming in and going out. Read more