DailyWildcat.com hit the Main Gate Square area to ask UA students if they thought Martin Luther King Jr. Day would hold greater significance this year in light of recent current events.
Knowing exactly what to look for, trudging through battlefields to receive a prize, and paying whatever price necessary to get it. This is no description of elections, war or politics, but of Black Friday.
In the U.S., gay men have been banned from donating blood for 31 years due to potential HIV risks, and UA student leaders have stated they think the ban is discriminatory.
St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch announced Monday evening that police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed Michael Brown, leading to a series of protests in Ferguson, Mo., was not going to be charged with the murder of Brown. ... read more
The UA chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine hosted Palestinian students from Birzeit University Wednesday afternoon for a discussion about what it is like to live and go to school in Palestine under U.S.-Israeli military occupation. read more
Arizona voters officially approved Proposition 122. Proposition 122 gives Arizona’s state government free range to deny funding to any federal program that the state government determines to be unconstitutional. read more
Sergii Gorbachov is worried. The second year master’s student studying Russian is thinking of his family back home in Ukraine now, as he watches his country falling apart on the news. read more