September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and the University of Arizona has resources to help students who are struggling with mental health or suicidal thoughts.
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The University of Arizona is ranked amongst the world's finest for water resource programs, according to the 2022 ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.
The body of Jetal Sutariya Agnihotri, a University of Arizona graduate student, was found on Tuesday, Aug. 23 at Zion National Park.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C Robbins sent a mass email to the school's community urging everyone to be cautious as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Tucson.
Seven racehorses have died this racing season at the Rillito Racetrack, not far from the University of Arizona here in Tucson.
On Wednesday, April 13, the University of Arizona had its grand opening of the Student Success District. The Student Success District consists of the renovation of the Bear Down Gymnasium and the installation of the Bartlett Academic Success Center, which connects the Main Library and the Weaver Science and Engineering Library.
Health Cats is an on-campus branch of the Student Health Advocacy Committee where club members create newsletters and social media posts in hopes to spread awareness about health-related topics.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins and university leadership discussed what it means for the UA to be valued as one of the top-20 public research universities during a pandemic on Friday, April 8.
The University of Arizona rodeo team is an on-campus club where students can learn how to compete in rodeos or participate by watching competitions and assisting riders.
University of Arizona Health Sciences' affiliates and students are collaborating on a new program where trainees learn to support families with substance use disorders.
Camp Wildcat is a student-run, non-profit and on-campus club where University of Arizona students take local, Title I school students on cost-free camping trips.
Dylan Taylor, a University of Arizona alumnus, is the 606th human to go to space. Taylor majored in material science and engineering while studying here at the UA Honors College before going to business school for his master's degree in business administration at the University of Chicago.
University of Arizona professors and students are collaborating to take exponential steps toward finding a cure to ovarian cancer.
The Elevation Ski and Snowboard Club is the largest standing club on campus where skiers, snowboards and those looking for a social group can come together. According to their website, the club has “created an incredibly social atmosphere through which members both beginner and expert alike interact and participate in a variety of fun events and trips.”
The new semester is underway, but life on campus didn’t come to a full stop when students went home for the break. People kept busy with dumpster diving on Greek Row or grabbing a drink to go from the Global Center market. Check out these stories on this week's police beat!
This week on the Daily Wildcat PoBeat, reporter Annabel Lecky describes a special delivery gone wrong, Vic Verbalaitis details a creepy encounter and Kate Ewing recaps an attempted bicycle theft that turned into a drug possession arrest.
Over 42,000 disposable masks have been handed out since the University of Arizona's recreation center mask mandate on Sept. 6, according to Troy Vaughn, the director of Campus Recreation.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association has adopted a policy that allows for college athletes of all three divisions to be paid for their name, image and likeness, or "NIL."
If you need a good laugh or a reason to sober up during the last stretch of the semester, check out this week's edition of police beat! This week, Vic fills you in on the dance professor that got a DUI on a school day, Annabel recounts a minor in possession incident and Kate tells you the story of a guy who lost his wallet and found a date in court.
High demand for parking passes at the university caused a fast sell before the start of fall semester, and high prices also caused distress for some students and other university permit holders.