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

Tucson Elections: Ward 6 Candidate Breakdown

Ward 6, the city council district that includes the north part of downtown and the east side of the University of Arizona, has three candidates this election who are running for a seat on the Tucson City Council.   Read more

Q&A: Joseline Mata, President of College Democrats of America

Joseline Mata is a political science major here at the University of Arizona, as well as the youngest member of the executive board for the Democratic Party. She represents the College Democrats of America on the board after being elected president in Las Vegas this October at their national convention.  Read more

Former Pharmacy dean accused of assault still on payroll

Criminal charges against former University of Arizona Dean of Pharmacy, Jessie Lyle Bootman, were dropped Oct. 4. According to the released indictment, Bootman faced potential charges of sexual assault, sexual abuse and aggravated assault. Bootman remains on University of Arizona paid leave after being removed from his position as dean. He has been banned from campus. Read more