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Percentages of food insecurity among University of Arizona students have doubled since the beginning of the pandemic, according to UA research conducted in fall 2020.
In celebration of Black History Month, the University of Arizona’s College of Humanities launches their Tucson Humanities Festival this week. The festival will occur from Monday, Feb. 8 to Feb. 23, and will include three virtual events.
As a young woman, I was intrigued and apprehensive about the premise of “Boys State,” the newest documentary debuted by Apple TV+. In the film, 1,000 Texas high school boys organized a bicameral government in a week in the American Legion sanctioned event. To be frank, I was worried the only thing I would recognize in the movie is the two sides of youth activism — one side being a passion for change, with the other side being an aching sense of powerlessness despite hard work.
While the availability of internships in many industries have decreased, Pablo Perez, a University of Arizona School of Film and Television senior, has been employed in a coveted place at the popular independent entertainment company A24. The Daily Wildcat sat down with Perez to talk about his experience, a new A24 documentary relevant to the upcoming election, the hallmarks of good script writing and more.
“Hamilton” has been rescheduled to run in Tucson at University of Arizona Centennial Hall in 2021, according to Broadway in Tucson.
Extracurriculars are one of the easiest ways to meet people and get involved on campus. Whatever your interests are, the University of Arizona’s got something for basically everyone.
Whether it’s COVID-19, injustice, financial instability or something else in the long list of issues people face today, the mental health of many people is in poor shape. As therapy and other forms of help transition online, mental health activist Marlise Karlin, the mind behind the SOS Method app, designed the virtual program to help people find calm in stressful times.
March 4 Justice Tucson’s Juneteenth: Institutionalized was held at MSA Annex Friday, June 19, and highlighted education, art and performance while celebrating Juneteenth, the 155-year-old unofficial holiday.
Thousands of people at the Black Lives Matter Tucson: Celebration of Black Lives event at the University of Arizona Mall were encompassed in heat, music, speeches and occasional sounds from a police helicopter circling overhead.
Cheerful picnics and celebratory graduation photoshoots populated Old Main Saturday night with one outlier: a small group of protesters standing by the Berger Memorial Fountain on the University of Arizona campus.
Taking a stroll through Main Gate Square has taken on a new meaning in the past couple months and so has the topic of reopening. Places of gathering such as bars and restaurants have grappled with reopening since Gov. Doug Ducey’s stay-at-home order expired Friday, May 15 — the same day as the University of Arizona’s commencement ceremony.
As undergraduate seniors prepare to graduate and move to a new stage of life, around 40 medical students at the Tucson and Phoenix campuses have already taken that step due to the COVID-19 crisis, according to the Arizona Daily Star. The Daily Wildcat sat down with one of the doctors who opted to graduate early — Ricardo Ayala, who was preparing to practice medicine in Detroit, Michigan.
Writer and activist Joe Watson knew how dangerous an outbreak such as the coronavirus could be for prisoners because he was one just three years ago.
The financial difficulties spurred by the coronavirus outbreak could hasten changes to University of Arizona student hotspot Fourth Avenue.
In the wake of mass closures of art galleries and other artistic gathering places due to the coronavirus, student artists have to reevaluate their situations.
Current Tucson Police Department Composite artists Jessica Romero and Krysta Kittoe did not join TPD knowing they would become composite artists creating sketches of crime suspects.
University of Arizona author and alumnus Chris Gall talks inspiration and work for upcoming Tucson Festival of Books
Author, illustrator and University of Arizona alumnus Chris Gall drew from his childhood experience, literally. Gall sat down with the Daily Wildcat to discuss his inspirations, work and speaking engagement at the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books.
Quiahuitl Villegas knew she had become a Governor’s Arts Awards finalist when the announcer admitted he would have difficulty saying her name.
Artists from vastly different backgrounds showcased their unique and individual visions of the art for the finale of the 10th annual “On Our Own Time” art exhibit, which ran Feb. 3- 15. University of Arizona employees and their immediate families gathered at Biosciences Research Lab lobby to celebrate the last night of the exhibit.