Wildcats snap six-game losing streak

It took seven games but the Arizona women’s basketball team finally managed to shake off the bad fourth quarter bug and win their first conference game of the season against visiting Colorado, 72-63, in McKale Center Friday. Read more

Odd Man Out

 During Sumlin’s introductory news conference, he was asked how significant it was to be the first black head coach in UA history. It’s a common question, especially to Sumlin, who has been asked that question for the third time in a row now after taking over as a head coach of a football team, if you go back to his prior stops at Houston and Texas A&M.  Read more

Fred Fox Music School’s hosts second Clarinet Day

On Sunday, Jan. 14, the graceful melodies of clarinets filled the Fred Fox School of Music’s hallways. The school held its second annual Clarinet Day, in which students and community members of all ages, ranging from gradeschool to elderly, partook in the festivities. The event began at 10 a.m. and lasted until 5 p.m. Hosting approximately 10 separate activities and classes. Read more

New UA football coach Kevin Sumlin: 'I really believe this is a special place.'

In Sumlin’s opening statement and throughout his Q&A session, the 53-year old head coach outlined a vision for the future of Arizona football. The vision, according to Sumlin, will be built on being a leader of young men, an involvement in the community and success on and off the football field. Sumlin even said he plans to do what no other Arizona football coach has been able to accomplish: get the team to a Rose Bowl. Read more

Sumlin contract: $14.5 million over five years

 He will also be the highest paid employee on campus, agreeing to a $14.5 million contract over five years, pending approval by the Arizona Board of Regents according to a UA press release. He will make $2 million during his first two years, and $3.5 million for the next three seasons.   Read more

Martin Luther King Jr. celebrated at Centennial Hall event

On Sunday afternoon, the University of Arizona brought the Tucson community together for the second annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Centennial Hall, observing his memory through a passionate concert of music, contemporary dances, and progressive poetry.  Read more