A year after millions of individuals marched in solidarity for women’s rights, Tucson community members gathered Saturday, Jan. 20 for a vigil to promote kindness and love.
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The University of Arizona Office of Global Initiatives partnered with Campus Recreation to host three dance classes called Passport to Dance, with each highlighting a different culture. The last class, featuring Egyptian Belly Dance, was held Nov. 15.
The Omega Chapter of Delta Lambda Phi held its annual drag show, Divas in the Desert, which featured amateur drag queens performing to raise money for the chapter. The show, held on Nov. 3, attracted the largest crowd to date.
Chi Omega Fraternity will be holding Wings for Wishes, a philanthropic event to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation, in the Greek Heritage Park from 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on Oct. 19. This event is open to the Tucson community, and all proceeds go toward granting the wishes of children with serious illnesses.
Main Gate Square’s Whoops! BakeShop will be transforming each of its 20 assorted macaroon flavors pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The pink macaroons will make their appearance Oct. 13-15, during the University of Arizona’s Family Weekend.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona is holding a special election for the College of Fine Arts senator, with applications currently live on the ASUA website. Applications will close Oct. 13, with campaigns kicking off Oct. 16.
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season broke records in September, producing 13 named storms. Highly powerful storms, including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, have devastated U.S. states and territories alike.
Even in retirement, Steven Reff likes to bring a cheerful excitement to the world of economics, always hoping to provide students with fun, useful and free economics resources. It's that pursuit that keeps Reff active in building his online site Reffonomics as a means to achieving this.
Utilizing legislative dollars, the University of Arizona has made disability access a line item in its 10-year deferred maintenance spending plan. Currently, the UA plans to devote more than $1 billion toward deferred maintenance over a 10-year period.
Members of the Tucson community protested the recent reversal of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policies and marched from De Anza Park to Tucson City Hall Wednesday, Sept. 6. Individuals gathered for a peaceful protest in numbers that exceeded expectations.
University of Arizona parents and alumni may have a lot more options when it comes to finding a place to stay during visits as four new hotels may make their way downtown for the first time in 40 years.
College of Science will start allowing those outside the UA community to audit select science classes through the Community Science Scholars Program. This will give non-degree-seeking individuals access to current scientific research and information.
*Editor's Note: This article appeared in the Daily Wildcat's 2017 Orientation Guide.
Trump leads in executive orders and vacation days, but takes last in legislation compared to 100 days of presidents past
The first 100 days of a presidency, constituting roughly six percent of a four year term in office, are said to project the future of a president’s service; whether a president is gaining or losing momentum in terms of power and influence can be observed by the trends exhibited during this honeymoon phase of the administration.
UA’s proposed honors village is set to be built on Drachman Street, between Park and Fremont avenues; this area, which is currently home to the Beta Delta chapter of Zeta Psi Fraternity, will soon be overtaken by the university’s project.
UA faculty members and administrators met to discuss upcoming changes to the UA Honors College in the Student Union Memorial Center on April 11. Faculty roamed the ballroom, visiting booths that provided information on the new honors complex, recruitment and admissions strategies, engagement programs and the First Year Program.
Facility set up for Spring Fling, UA’s annual student-run carnival, starts long before the rides light up and the Oreos are deep-fried. This week, students and campus visitors could spot large attractions like the Ferris Wheel from all around the Student Union Memorial Center and UA Mall.
The filming of an informational gun violence video meant to educate students on how to respond in the case of a gun-related incident concluded this past Friday, March 24.
The ninth annual Tucson Festival of Books is one of the largest book festivals in the country, attracting authors and visitors from all over the world.
Each year, thousands of UA students participate in Spring Rush to join a fraternity in the Interfraternity Conference or National Panhellenic Conference sorority. With over 10 percent of the UA student body participating in Greek Life, this community has a strong presence on campus. However, this community seems to lack involvement from LGBTQ students.