In March 2020, actor and director John Krasinski spoke with reporters from the Daily Wildcat and several other college newspapers about his upcoming film "A Quiet Place II." Originally set to premier on March 20 of last year, the film was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is finally set to premiere this Thursday, May 28. After the past year, the film’s story may be more relevant than ever before.
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The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress: To modern eyes, the hodgepodge floor and open rivets are daunting, but it was the modern technology of the 1930s and '40s.
Tucson Games and Gadgets is a haven for gamers, geeks and everyone in between. The local game shop has two locations at the Park Place and Tucson malls that offer a community game space and products for anyone looking to dive into the world of gaming.
Music will soon echo throughout the desert when the eighth annual Tucson Desert Song Festival commences on Jan. 15, lasting until Feb. 16. This year’s festival theme is “Celebrating the American Voice.” It will feature prominent artists, composers, professors and students showcasing music at various venues across Tucson.
Fashion minor students at the University of Arizona are learning the tricks of the trade as they host and plan a Dogs N’ Denim Fashion Show. While these students are learning what it really means to work in fashion, they’re doing it all in a sustainable manner and for a charitable cause.
English and creative writing majors have long been posed the terrifying question of “What are you going to do with that major?”
Almost 100 years ago, the Constitution’s 19th Amendment was passed — America's first step towards voter equality. Today, women at the University of Arizona and are voting, creating, teaching and breaking glass ceilings every day by being active citizens of their community.
If you’re looking for a class to spook you all semester this Halloween season, the University of Arizona has opened up three of the spookiest classes offered this upcoming spring semester.
Daily Wildcat reporters Claudio Cerrillo and Mikayla Kaber took a look at our past archives and chose top articles they feel should be highlighted from the school year of 1968-69.
Homecoming Week here at the University of Arizona is about coming home to traditions, gathering with old friends and celebrating the meaning of being a Wildcat. What better way to be welcomed home than by a good, old-fashioned tailgate?
There is much more than meets the ear at Dusk Music Festival. This is a guide to the food experience offered by a variety of vendors.
The sixth annual Arizona Burlesque Festival is strutting over to Fourth Avenue with two days of competition, variety acts and workshops featuring performers from all over the southwest.
Latin is certainly not a dead language on the University of Arizona campus, as students of all skill levels are invited to join the new Composing Latin Poetry club.
The University of Arizona Poetry Center is shining the spotlight on social justice and criminal reform by giving opportunities to incarcerated writers to share authentic stories from behind bars.
Monsoon season here in the southwest may have arrived a little late, but it’s not as dry as Tucson locals may think. There are many variables that contribute to the storms this time of year.
There are a lot of hidden gems at the University of Arizona, but what most people don’t know is that the fourth floor of the College of Education building houses the United States’ largest collection of global children’s literature, estimated at about 40,000 books, known formally as Worlds of Words.
The Study Abroad Program at the University of Arizona is continually evolving and adding new programs to provide a life-altering experience through hands-on learning for students.
Body donations in the state of Arizona are on the rise, opening up the conversation about death and the importance of research on human cadavers.
Q&A: UA graduate Ellery Page's honors thesis highlights the interplay of neuroscience, art and poetry
Ellery Page is a recent honors graduate from the University of Arizona where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2D studio art with an emphasis in printmaking and a minor in creative writing. Her honors thesis work focuses on the intersection of neuroscience, art and poetry.
This past Fourth of July holiday, Netflix released the third season of one of its most popular TV shows, "Stranger Things." In a highly anticipated event, Netflix created a massive television fireworks show for the fans.