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UA Law School Students have their day in court to argue mock murder trials

These are the circumstances students in the Basic Trial Advocacy Class at the James E. Rogers College of Law had to work with during their mock trials on Saturday Nov. 18. The trials, based on a real murder case, were held downtown at the Pima County Justice Courts and were presided over by actual sitting judges who volunteered their time.  Read more

Trans Day of Remembrance held at Old Main

The Trans Day of Remembrance was held yesterday evening in front of the fountain at Old main. Members of the Tucson Transgender community, as well as allies, gathered to honor and mourn over the past year’s murders of transgender people.   Read more

UA College of Medicine: Saving lives since 1967

Sixty-four million people. That’s how many people have had their lives touched by doctors at the UA College of Medicine. November 17, 2017 marked the school’s fiftieth anniversary of serving the people of Tucson. And, frankly, the world.  Read more

'Marriage' of ideas: Husband and wife team-up to combat opioid epidemic

The current opioid crisis has led some to call for the elimination, or at the very least reduction, in opioid prescriptions. Yet, without an alternative treatment method, doctors cannot afford to lose this critical tool in the fight against chronic pain and more. A group of researchers and inventors at the University of Arizona believe it has this missing replacement for opioids — a non-addictive pain relief drug.  Read more

Tucson elections: The Daily Wildcat's run-down

Tucsonans will elect three of six city council seats and decide the fate of four propositions this November 7.  Is this the first time you have heard about this local election? Well, the Daily Wildcat has you covered with a short description of all the candidates and propositions Read more

'Cup it Up' saga a lesson in free speech

On October 6, Cup It Up shared political views via its business’ Facebook post. The post began, “It’s time Cup it Up American Grill made a statement," and continued to list causes they believed in and supported, and those they did not.  Read more