This past election week has been one of tumult, bringing the entire nation’s attention to the function and stability of our democracy. As the votes have slowly trickled in, turning the election momentum in Vice President Joe Biden’s favor, President Donald Trump in a series of public speeches unleashed open and overt attacks towards the democratic process itself, claiming millions of mail-in ballots were cast illegally and demanding that multiple states turning blue stop counting their ballots.
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Democrats largely took home the District 3 races in the local Pima County election Nov. 3, including House of Representatives, State Senate and Pima County Board of Supervisors.
President Donald Trump came to Tucson to host a rally for his re-election campaign Monday, Oct. 19. The rally was part of a two-stop trip through Arizona, with a rally in Prescott on Monday morning before flying to Tucson Airport.
Editor's Notes: This story was produced as part of the Daily Wildcat's "Election Guide" special print edition, published Wednesday, Oct. 21, and available on campus or online.
Gov. Ducey announce $14 million investment into university testing development, Robbins announces off-campus wastewater testing
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey held a press conference on Thursday, Sept. 24, to highlight the advances each university has made in regards to development and administration of COVID-19 tests, and to answer questions about COVID-19 protocols going forward.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey held a briefing Sept. 10 on suicide prevention and mental health during COVID-19 with other state health and education officials. September marks suicide prevention month around the world, with Sept. 10 being World Suicide Prevention Day.
The University of Arizona has recently partnered with a global commercial real estate company, WeWork, to provide physical locations for Arizona’s international students to study and take classes. WeWork’s service provides common use office spaces in locations around the world to companies or individuals to use as a day to day workspace.
As universities across the country gear up for the start of the fall semester and students move into dorms, off campus living situations or sorority and fraternity housing, one theme is shockingly common — outbreaks of COVID-19 and questionable university responses.
University of Arizona philosopher, professor and second head of the Department of Political Economy and Moral Sciences Gerald "Jerry" Gaus recently passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
A series of experts and panelists from the U.S. Forest Service and the University of Arizona’s Institute of Resilience recently held a webinar on Aug. 5, detailing their current assessments of the causes, damages and the prevention methods stemming from this summer’s Bighorn Wildfire.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins announced the official return of in-person class in a July 23 press conference for the upcoming fall semester.
The University of Arizona's Global Center is the chief resource for anything international on campus. The center is primarily responsible for recruiting and welcoming Arizona’s international students, coordinating and matching students with study abroad opportunities and fostering collaboration with a worldwide network of nearly 150 global universities — most of which teach classes internationally for UA course credits.
After 20 years of residency at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Bowen School of Law, The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process — the leading academic publication in the appellate law field — has moved to the University of Arizona.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently rescinded a directive that called for international students to leave the country if their instruction was to go fully online, following a series of lawsuits by multiple universities, including one case involving the University of Arizona and several other institutions on the western seaboard.
This week, the final four candidates for the Associate Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion were interviewed in open forums. Here's a rundown of each candidate in case you didn't catch them:
A new two-year Master of Arts degree in Bilingual Journalism has recently been unveiled by the University of Arizona’s School of Journalism, with a program start date in Fall of 2021. It will be one of the only graduate taught programs in bilingual journalism in the country, with a focus on coverage in Spanish and Portuguese languages and issues in the Latinx community.
Over 800 people recently signed a petition to downsize the University of Arizona Police Department, nearing the goal of 1,000 signatures. Following nationwide protests addressing police brutality and systemic racism over the last month, dialogue has started on campus examining reform of the university’s policing body.
The recent hiring of Jason Terry, an 19 year NBA veteran, former NCAA National Player of the Year and team leader on the 1997 Arizona Men’s Basketball national championship squad as an assistant coach to the men’s basketball team means good news for an athletics program in mid-crisis.
University of Arizona history professor, UNESCO chair in Environmental History and former director of the UA's Global Studies Program David Pietz is in a class of his own, winning three prestigious titles rewarding him for his seminal research in Chinese water conservation.
Katrina Konopka may not lace up track spikes in the spring or put on shoulder pads in the fall, but one thing is certain: She’s fast. The junior swimmer is one of the best freestyle and backstroke swimmers in the country, if not the world, and in three years at Arizona, she has already left behind an impressive legacy.