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Several weeks ago, a group of student activists at Stanford University attempted to draw a comparison between vegetarianism and the civil rights movement.
Last Sunday, a group advocating radical immigration reform held a protest at the headquarters of the Tucson Police Department.
A fraternity at Cornell University was recently pressured by members of the campus community to change the name of its popular philanthropic event titled, “Which Sorority has the Best Water Jugs on Campus” — and this is after the name was changed from “Best Jugs on Campus” several years previously.
Students at the University of Alabama were recently denied the opportunity to record a “Harlem Shake” video on their campus by overzealous campus police.
Editor’s note: An earlier version of this column mistakenly went online attributed to the Daily Wildcat Editorial Board. This view does not represent the views of the editorial board or the Daily Wildcat staff. The error has been corrected.
For many college students today, brand new dormitories and gyms are more important than stellar academic programs.
It is now illegal to unlock your smartphone to use it with multiple carriers.
A new birth control method being tested in India has the potential to completely change birth control for men.
Further delays in the Tucson Modern Streetcar project were announced recently, causing the date for the start of operations to be pushed back from October to the second quarter of 2014.
In the wake of the tragic shooting that occurred in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14, many politicians, as well as commentators and members of the general public, called for stricter gun control measures. Last week, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., introduced new legislation regulating assault weapons. The proposed legislation is meant to be a renewal and expansion of the Federal Assault Weapons Ban of 1994, which expired in 2004. Its provisions include banning magazines or clips holding more than 10 rounds, as well as requiring gun owners to federally register their guns.
A 5K run held Sunday on the UA Mall raised nearly $5,000 to benefit a student in the College of Medicine who was diagnosed with lung cancer in September.
While the UA has a number of large-scale sustainability projects in the works, it also employs a number of smaller, day-to-day efforts to keep the campus green.
A fundraiser on Friday night aimed to provide a village in Sudan with a school and swimming pool.
A group of students in the Eller College of Management have been working with the Tucson Village Farm to promote its annual harvest festival, which was held on Saturday.
A group of students in the Eller College of Management have been working with the Tucson Village Farm to promote its annual Harvest Festival event, which was held on Saturday.
A reunion dinner for the class of 1962 Thursday night gave Wildcats the opportunity to mingle, share stories and reflect on where the UA is now.
The UA Office of Sustainability is spearheading an effort to evaluate the environmental impact of Homecoming events in order to reduce costs for next year.
Thanks to a program started last year, students are now entirely in charge of promotion for shows put on by UApresents.
Even with the tweaks made to UAccess over the last several years, the university’s course registration system continues to struggle when it’s time to sign up for classes.