Costume design sets the scene

Costume design wields a lot of power. The design team has an ability to dictate what the actor will wear and in some cases, what the actor will look like. Part of the job is taking a play or a musical and coming up with a new spin on a traditional piece, and may even require creating your own time period. Read more

Q&A: Comedian T.J. Miller set to bring laughs, absurdism to UA

Outspoken, absurd and hilarious star of HBO’s "Silicon Valley", "Meticulously Ridiculous" and "Deadpool", TJ Miller will be performing a one-night comedy event on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Centennial Hall. The Daily Wildcat spoke with Miller for a brief talk about the show, Tucson and why he loves UA so much more than ASU. Read more

Warrior Week allows UA community to interact with, honor veterans

​ The​ University of Arizona Veteran​ ​Services Office​ ​is​ ​organizing​ ​various​ ​events​ ​leading​ ​up​ ​to​ ​the​ ​​UA’s​ ​Warrior​ ​Week​ ​occurring​ ​in​ ​honor​ ​of​ ​Veteran’s​ ​Day​ ​on​ ​Nov. 10. Read more

Is it normal to feel this stressed?

We’ve all experienced it before — that one week in the semester that makes the rest of the year seem like a joyride. Between caffeine-crazed study sessions and emotional breakdowns in the library, no one would blame you for feeling like you’re on the brink of insanity. Stress is a generally accepted part of the college experience. Some might even say college wouldn’t be the same without it.  Read more

New route, new cuisine

 Tucson Food Tours has become a popular food tourism business in Tucson since it was established in 2012. In the past, they offered only one tour that features restaurants from the downtown Tucson area. Recently, they added an additional tour route that will showcase five restaurants on Fourth Avenue and Main Gate Square.  Read more