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Local film festival showcases unique perspectives of Mexico

A documentary filmmaker records his matriarch grandmother, who reveals many secrets about their family. An indigenous girl defies any notion of how class should hold her and her mother down as domestic servants. A wealthy wife tries to maintain her composure and status while the economy crashes around her in 1982 Mexico. Stories like these will be shown in theaters in Tucson this week.  Read more

DUSK 2018 Artists Guide

In this Daily Wildcat special edition, we give you the information you need to know about the 2018 DUSK Music Festival in Tucson on Nov. 10 and Nov. 11. Look inside to see the festival lineup, map, policies and get to know the artists.  Read more

Three years of DUSK, first year downtown

  A variety of music genres, local food, live art and a venue right in the heart of Tucson are what you can expect this year at DUSK music festival Nov. 10 and 11. 2018 marks the third year of DUSK but the first year that the festival will be downtown.   “This year is unique, because we’re moving downtown, so to be in a dense urban environment is a unique set of challenges, but the result is gonna be pretty breathtaking. It’s going to be really cool,” said Page Repp, the festival director. Read more

Locksmith University: The Forgotten Lot

In modern society, everything of necessity and importance has a lock and key. The people at the University of Arizona Lock Shop work behind-the-scenes out of old town houses to guarantee security. The Lock Shop cuts the keys—a small band of locksmiths maintain the locks and keys to everything on campus and in affiliation with the UA. Read more

Recap: Homecoming turns into home cooking for Wildcats

The Wildcats weren’t satisfied, as they continued to pressure the Ducks, making sure that the upset they worked so hard for was going to come to fruition, as Shun Brown’s 27-yard touchdown catch from Tate and ensuing celebration all but extended the Homecoming celebrations. Read more

Marroney Theatre looks to renovate

TUCSON, Ariz. – The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television kicked off fundraising efforts for the Marroney Theatre Renovation Project this past Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.  Read more

Fall 2018 Election Guide

In this Daily Wildcat special edition, we give you some of the most important information you need to know before heading to the polls on Nov. 6. Look inside for information on Arizona races, the candidates you'll be voting for, your rights as a voter and other political issues you should be aware of before casting your ballot.  Read more

EDITORIAL: Voting is about you

Here in America, we love to vote. On reality singing/dancing competitions and Family Feud, especially. But what if I told you that there was something you could vote on that — are you sitting down — actually matters?   Read more

'Strength of UA traditions' reunites Wildcats

Homecoming is a time for University of Arizona alumni to come back and visit their alma mater. For brothers Ian and Connor Barton, Homecoming is an opportunity to reunite. Ian Barton, a recent UA grad who is currently pursuing a master’s degree at the University of Notre Dame, is coming back to Tucson to enjoy UA Homecoming with old friends.  Read more