Before I came to college, I didn’t really cry a lot. There was that period as a kid where I threw tantrums to get my way, but I’d like to think I outgrew that, at least by middle school. Still, I have to admit, I’ve had my fair share of breakdowns since I came to the UA, specifically at the Daily Wildcat.
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Sometimes Rachel Garcia* must choose between paying this month’s rent or purchasing food. On days the UA pathology graduate student spends working in an on-campus lab, sometimes for 10 to 12 hours, she occasionally has trouble concentrating because of hunger.
Students and supporters will be raising money for veterans on the back nine on Saturday.
How did things get out of control on University Boulevard in Tucson on Saturday night, when several videos showing what appeared to be police overreaction to a boisterous gathering of UA students went viral nationally?
Despite recent victories, a UA researcher’s medical marijuana study has more hurdles ahead.
When Ahva Sadeghi arrived at the UA three years ago, she decided not to join a sorority in favor of spending her time on internships and clubs related to her philosophy, politics, economics and law major. She’s participated in Arizona Model United Nations, Student Alumni Ambassadors, Mock Trial Club and Pre-Law club, to name a few.
There are days when Liz Campbell hides in the back room of the building where she works in Scottsdale, Ariz., when she can’t handle being out on the floor. On those days, the thoughts of her daughter’s suicide overwhelm her and force her to take a few minutes to collect herself.
Not only did the movie “The Social Network” gross around $96 million, it also inspired a couple of UA students to push forward with their dream of creating a startup, which will launch its pilot program this summer.
Attending a research university isn’t for everyone, according to a state representative who roiled educational waters when he suggested Arizona should reconsider how it funds universities “if somebody’s going to end up in a sales position or someone’s going to be a real estate agent.”
With the Arizona Legislature back in session, some in the UA community are hoping a proposed veterinary medical program will become a reality.
As the semester kicks off, so does the second part of a collaboration between the city of Tucson and the UA that aims to gain a better understanding of poverty in Tucson and find ways to address the issue.
Although UA students are just getting into the swing of things, Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild has been busy after unveiling his two-year plan for the city last month. Rothschild sat down with the Daily Wildcat to chat about the streetcar, UA and city collaboration and his advice to college students.
Although the semester just started, ASUA president Morgan Abraham has been preparing for most of winter break. With elections, Spring Fling and senate reform coming up, ASUA is in for a busy few months. The Daily Wildcat sat down with Abraham to catch up.
In President Ann Weaver Hart’s recently unveiled “Never Settle” strategic plan, she pushes for 100 percent student engagement — getting students real-world experience. We at the Daily Wildcat couldn’t agree more. Students at the Wildcat have been gaining hands-on experience since before Hart was even born.
The smell of fuel hangs in the air as a crackling blaze illuminates the pitch-black Tucson night.
Planning is well underway for the 40th UA Spring Fling, which will be held on campus for the first time since 1999.
In the historic location of one of the final battles between Confederate and Union troops, another battle raged — but this one was between the UA and a county high school, over a logo.
Faculty Senate members engaged in a heated discussion at their monthly meeting on Monday regarding the level of diversity within faculty and the methods with which to improve diversification at the UA.
Residence Life has opened honors residence hall Árbol de la Vida to non-honors students for the first time, and some honors students said they are seeing the differences with a louder and less academic atmosphere.
“Jackass” star Johnny Knoxville said UA Greek Life’s party scene made his heart race, literally. His beer was dosed with ecstasy while filming a promo for “Bad Grandpa” at a UA fraternity house last month, the 42-year-old actor told celebrity news outlet TMZ.