Here at the Daily Wildcat, we are concerned for every student’s health and safety on campus. We have taken issue with some of the University of Arizona administration’s actions — or rather, lack thereof— in operating during a pandemic.
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The U.S. government has been shut down for over three weeks now. There have been plenty of stories written about how this is affecting workers and services, but the Daily Wildcat wants to draw your attention to a specific type of “service” – our National Park System.
Life is good right now. Really good. At least in America, we have infrastructure that allows us to get clean water, even out here in drought-stricken Arizona. You can drive to McDonald’s and get a meal for one dollar. Streets are clean, they finally finished construction on Grant Road, and it’s getting cold again.
Ask any professional why they enjoy doing whatever they do, and often you’ll receive an answer like, “I just found something I love and was lucky enough to make/find a career in that same vein.”
Last week, athletic apparel company Nike rolled out its new ad campaign in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the brand's iconic “Just Do It” motto. With a deep stable of athletic talent on its roster to draw from, Nike instead choose Colin Kaepernick as the face of its campaign.
Here at the Daily Wildcat, we like to pride ourselves on not just getting you, our readers, the most up-to-date and important news happening on campus, but also our ability to bring those stories to you before anyone else.
On either side of the aisle there are a lot of Americans dissatisfied with the current direction of the country — 63 percent according to Gallup. Yet, if voter turnout is anything like the last five primary elections, no more than 30 percent of Arizonans registered to vote are going to cast a ballot in August 28th’s primary.
Editor's note: This article was produced as part of the Daily Wildcat's 2018 Campus Guide -- the perfect resource for any incoming Wildcat. Whether you're trying to find important dates, looking for a club to join or are interested in UA history and traditions, we'll be there to help you get through your first semester. Welcome to the University of Arizona!
For institutions like universities, reputations are worth their weight in financial gold. In the last few years, it can be argued, the University of Arizona’s reputation has taken hit after hit, culminating this last semester with off-court intrigue, court room revelations and more lawsuits.
The Daily Wildcat wants to welcome all incoming freshmen and their families, and let you know we’re here for you. Whether you are looking for important updates on news or events happening on campus, or the latest on your favorite University of Arizona athletes, we have you covered.
It’s the first day of class. You show up to your 101 class in a new subject, anxious but ready to explore an exciting new field with an instructor who knows the subject like the back of their hand, because they’ve been studying it longer than you’ve been alive.
The U.S. Department of Education released new guidelines last September regarding Title IX for universities that receive federal funding.
Across the country, newsrooms of all shapes and sizes are struggling to survive. The rise of digital media, and its financial model, or lack thereof, combined with an unprecedented assault on the industry from numerous forces, have left journalism in a precarious position.
Education is the great equalizer, allowing almost anyone to change their station in life by giving them the knowledge and skills to be successful.
With the recent conviction of former University of Arizona assistant track and field coach Craig Carter, the focus on the university’s practices pertaining to women’s safety continues to grow.
The right to express ourselves without fear of government reprisal is one of the guiding principles of this country, so important that it is enshrined in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
We live in a world where data is everywhere, it is used by companies to do everything from show ads on social media to help sway elections across the globe.
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?
You can’t turn on local television, national sports television or local radio without hearing about the college basketball scandal. The team that is caught smack-dab in the middle of it: the University of Arizona. Regardless of what has happened so far in the FBI investigation, UA’s reputation has taken a significant hit. On a national level, the hoops scandal has brought out all the other roaches from the walls of McKale Center, and there is no light to be seen.
Think back to the first day of classes; remember how hectic it was, trying to find parking, where you were supposed to be and how to handle the workload of the semester.