The Daily Wildcat recently reported that the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the UA’s undergraduate student government body, is facing low student interest with multiple candidates, including all three executive offices, running unopposed. Unfortunately, this seems to be a campus wide trend.
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The world of science is not shy of seeking the truth and holding knowledge to share with everyone. “Searching for Certainty,” is this year’s theme to this year’s free two-month lecture series the University of Arizona’s College of Science is offering. This series of lectures will be presented by for the first time by a panel of ALL women who have been selected as “fan favorites” and come from all different disciplines in the scientific community.
Two weeks ago, the smoke of the supposed bombs went off in front of the White House, the Clinton residence and Robert De Niro's office in New York City, leaving Americans to speculate where they had come from. Across America, people and groups who never found a box themselves were angry at the comments made by the White House about the perpetrator. Behind all the smoke and mirrors, Brett Kavanaugh is skating on thin ice to tilt the Supreme Court for many years to come. Luckily, Kavanaugh can crack through the ice if the American people push the attention towards this issue, but they are, as usual, distracted.
Recall 2016. There were two candidates to which most people did not relate. People were making statements such as, “well, I'll vote for the lesser of the two evils". When did American politics take this turn? Red vs. blue, black and white, without a hope for a third option.
You are what you read: College of Public Health professor named editor-in-chief of Nutrition Reviews
If you read between the lines, the appointment of Dr. Douglas Teran, expert in maternal and child nutrition and dean for academic student affairs in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, as editor-in chief of Nutrition Reviews provides a unique opportunity for him and his students.
The final grades are in, graduation caps are decorated and the job hunt has already begun. In some ways it seems like college just started, but for thousands of University of Arizona students, that journey is finally coming to a close.
The UA Speech and Debate Club has put its members up against each other this semester in debates about topical issues like online dating, protesting, and even privacy.
With literally millions of books available with the push of a button on your phone or tablet, what’s the point of attending an event like the Tucson Festival of Books?
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Former men’s swimmer Nicholas Hogsed filed a lawsuit last week against the Arizona Board of Regents after claiming to have been bullied by then-head coach Richard DeMont throughout fall 2016.