With the month of September coming to a close, the MSA Annex is holding their last Summer Night Market of 2021 on Sept. 24.
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The Arizona volleyball team cleared out their competition at the Wildcat Classic tournament hosted in McKale Center. The team played three winning sets per match, leaving them 6-0 at home. On day one, the team played against UC Riverside Highlanders and San Diego State University Aztecs in the evening. Day two followed up with one match against the Texas Southern University Tigers that kept the Wildcats undefeated at home.
Live performances are back. Tucson performance venues are hosting live events, but only with one condition of being fully vaccinated or showing a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours prior to the show.
Allow me to set the scene for you. You are maybe 18, maybe 19 years old, in your second semester of your freshman year. You arrive to your first class, a general education course in a big lecture hall, and your professor begins to go over the syllabus. Within that word file is a six page novel outlining every one of the readings, discussions, essays, group projects and exams that are due each week. What do you do after class?
Head coach Jedd Fisch announced at his weekly press conference on Monday afternoon that he will name the starting quarterback for their upcoming matchup against the University of Oregon after practice on either Tuesday or Wednesday.
The Daily Wildcat compiles weekly a list of important dates to make note of to help students keep track of events and academic deadlines amidst their busy schedules. Check out some of the dates to remember for this week, Sept. 20 through Sept. 26, below.
Throughout the Arizona football team's loss to NAU, there were a few bad plays and some positive ones that contributed to the unexpected finish to the game.
I’ll say it: the gym is scary. Teeny girls in short shorts and sports bras, people hulking out with the weights and shirtless Beefcake McGee standing over your shoulder waiting for the squat rack is not what I would describe as welcoming. It’s so easy to get intimidated by the gym — and for a lot of people, it’s not what you need right now. Let’s talk about why.
The Arizona football team fell to Northern Arizona University 21-19 Saturday night, dropping their 15th straight game. Here are five stats that stood out in the loss.
The Northern Arizona Lumberjacks defeated the Arizona football team by a score of 21-19 at Arizona Stadium. This was the Wildcats' 15th straight game that they have lost dating back to Oct. 5, 2019.
The Arizona Wildcats are winning 13-7 against the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks at halftime in Tucson, Arizona.
Tucson fans were finally able to experience Perfume Genius’ fifth studio album, “Set My Heart on Fire Immediately” live Sept. 16, at Club Congress, as well as various favorites from his discography. Perfume Genius was accompanied by his band and opener, Hand Habits, who all collectively created the dreamlike concert experience that Perfume Genius is so well known for.
Everything hasn't gone as planned throughout Jedd Fisch's first two games as head coach of the Arizona football team, but the future could still look bright as stars emerge on both sides of the ball.
Arizona soccer fell to Gonzaga University by a score of 1-0 after a lackluster offensive performance at Mulcahy Stadium to finish out their non-conference schedule on Thursday, Sept. 16.
To open the season, the Arizona women’s golf team had a sixth place showing at the tournament named after Arizona legend Annika Sorenstam.
As August has slipped away into a moment in time, school is officially back in session. Per syllabus disclaimers and curious students inquiring from the back of class, attendance policies have become the forefront of discussions held during initial class meetings. Whether your class meets Monday and Friday or has a flex-in-person modality, the attendance policy can have a lot of influence over a student’s success. Per the official statement on attendance during these unprecedented times, Liesl Folks, the senior vice president for Academic Affairs and provost stated, “I ask that the faculty make every effort to provide reasonable accommodations for students who cannot come to class due to illness." This is a great step and is achievable when professors are able to offer effective ways for students to play “catch-up” after missing a few classes.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been personally victimized by Chloe Ting, “gym-Tok” or the butt-scrunch leggings.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met on Wednesday, Sept. 15, to elect this year’s senate president.
DUSK Music Festival is looking for art and architecture students to be a part of DUSK 2021's student art installation project, which commissions students and faculty members to create such art as sculptures, digital art, video projections or lighting exhibits that will be showcased at the festival.
John Konrad is back with "Birdseed," a weekly comic for birds with student debt.