The University of Arizona will host its own TEDx event on Jan. 31 in Centennial Hall. The theme of the event will be “The Messy Middle.”
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The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the UA’s student government, will begin lobbying state legislators to extend Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits for students who became eligible during the pandemic. The ASUA Senate met on Wednesday, Jan. 18 to discuss this new advocacy issue as well as an update on elections and the announcement of club FAQ sessions.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona senate convened for its first meeting of 2023, during which it discussed election plans and club-related updates.
The Sun Link streetcar will remain fare-free through June 30, 2023. The Tucson City Council extended the fare suspension for all Sun Tran services at their Dec. 20 study session.
With the halfway point of their tenure approaching, the Associated Students of the University of Arizona Senate began planning for the 2023 election cycle. ASUA is the university’s undergraduate student governing body.
To help you make informed decisions while voting in the Arizona midterm election, the Daily Wildcat broke down the 10 propositions on the ballot this year.
On Sept. 19, the Daily Wildcat published an opinions piece written by Olivia Krupp about TikTok user Lukas Pakter, a University of Arizona student who recently gained popularity on the platform. As Pakter describes himself as controversial, it was no surprise that the article received a range of both positive and negative reactions.
University of Arizona professor of hydrology Thomas Meixner was shot and killed Oct. 5 in the John W. Harshbarger building. The suspect, former UA graduate student Murad Dervish in the department of hydrology & atmospheric sciences, is now in custody.
In an effort to keep the Sun Link streetcar free, the Associated Students of the University of Arizona — the UA’s student government — is encouraging students to attend a town hall hosted by Sun Link this Wednesday, Aug. 24. The event will begin at 5 p.m. in the Santa Cruz room of the Student Union Memorial Center.
The University of Arizona will no longer require students who test positive for COVID-19 to isolate outside of university dorms.
University of Arizona students can ride the Sun Link Tucson Modern Streetcar for free until the end of this year.
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade nearly 50 years after the landmark ruling and two weeks after Tucson mayor and council voted to protect abortion rights.
They came on a Wednesday, and they came in peace.
Taking a break from final exam studies and end-of-semester projects? Take a moment to reminisce by reviewing notable Daily Wildcat news stories from the 2021-2022 school year, categorized by the following subjects: COVID-19, law & crime and general campus happenings.
University of Arizona students will vote on April 27 and 28 on whether or not to approve revisions to the constitution of their student government.
A fire was intentionally set at an abandoned property near Tyndall Garage on Saturday night, April 9.
Tucson Fire Department and Tucson Police Department were on the scene of a fire near Tyndall Avenue Parking Garage Saturday night, April 9.
The University of Arizona is facing renewed scrutiny regarding its treatment of animals.
New information sheds some light on the nature of the police presence on campus April 2.
An armed robbery was committed near Old Main on Saturday night, April 2.