UPDATE: Last week on Feb. 8, KOLD published an article, “Police to enforce ordinance that prohibits feeding homeless in parks.” Based on that article and an announcement by @ParkTpd, I wrote “Tucson Police Department is criminalizing compassion,” which was published Feb. 10.
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For our spring-naugural — we're off to a good start! —Topic of the Week, we asked the editors to share some tips for a successful spring term, something that, apparently, is about to start. Time flies! But it flies much faster when you're doing well. So listen up, kids. Here's some sage advice.
1. The allegations
Get a Job
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins attended the University Climate Change Coalition, or UC3, last month at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, to participate on a panel of university presidents. UC3 announced their Research for Policy Platform, a project seeking to promote and accelerate research on climate change policy.
As the new semester approaches, The Daily Wildcat sat down with returning President Robert C. Robbins to discuss free speech, free college, student housing and how Mike Candrea is the John Wooden of softball.
The low down on the most down low spots in Tucson
Hongwu Luo is a man haunted by loss.
Arizona Student Media has relocated to the third floor of the University Services Building, as UA Global begins the process of moving into AZSM’s longtime home of Park Student Union.
Two students being charged with misdemeanors for protesting Border Patrol is a perfectly absurd encapsulation of the hypocrisy at the heart of the debate on campus free speech.
It’s the holidays, and that means it's shopping season. The most important shopping decision for students, however, doesn’t involve the holidays, but the next semester and deciding what classes will occupy their time and minds for the next five months.