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Whether you’re looking for a relaxing atmosphere or a traditional meal, Tucson’s range of restaurant options is perfect for any foodie on a college student’s budget. We asked our staff to dish on their favorite food joints that are not only close to campus but won’t break the bank.
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The investigative desk returned to the Daily Wildcat after a semester hiatus. The investigative team worked hard this semester to bring you, the students, relevant and in-depth pieces. They wrote about important campus issues like Adderall, street-racing and HIV medication. Here’s a rundown of a few of the most important articles from the investigative desk’s semester back.
Behind a historic performance from freshman Deandre Ayton and a highlight reel dunk from Rawle Alkins, Arizona men’s basketball took home its second straight Pac-12 Tournament Championship with a win against USC in Las Vegas. Ayton poured in 32 points and 17 rebounds to earn the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. Alkins’ momentum-shifting dunk will be etched into men’s basketball history.
The world was officially introduced to Khalil Tate on Oct. 7, 2017 at Colorado when the sophomore broke the FBS single-game rushing record for a quarterback with 327 yards. Tate entered the game in Boulder in the first quarter when Brandon Dawkins exited with an injury. Fourteen carries and five touchdowns later, Tate etched his name in the record books with an unforgettable performance.
In this Daily Wildcat Men's Basketball Season Wrapup, Arizona faces a difficult offseason after being upset by Buffalo in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
In this Daily Wildcat special edition, the 10th annual Tucson Festival of Books takes over the University of Arizona campus for a page-turning event.
Step into Spring with The Daily Wildcat Spring Fling 2018 special edition. From rides to food to performances, this is your ultimate guide to the 44th annual Spring Fling.
An Adobe Spark collection of music-specific stories written by Daily Wildcat reporters and photographers represented visually through a multitude of photos. The collection includes coverage of music-related events, coverage perspectives from photographers and features on different music styles.
Check out the Daily Wildcat's 2017 Orientation Guide full of helpful information and tips for incoming students and parents. Welcome to the Wildcat family!
Don Haskell, the voice of the Pride of Arizona Marching band for 25 years, will be remembered at a memorial held by the Fred Fox School of Music on May 4, in Crowder Hall at 7:30 p.m.
After the first Arizona men's basketball exhibition left head coach Sean Miller and company with a shortened roster and damaged depth, the Wildcats will be forced to put the pieces together to make the coveted run to a Final Four in Phoenix.
Arizona Record: 6-6
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Do not walk in the bike lane with parentals.
“Temperance” by Cathy Malkasian
Fruit that would normally go to waste on the Univerity of Arozona campus is harvested by students and the community. Linking Edible Arizona Forests, the Iskashitaa Refugee Network and other groups are partnering to host harvests throughout the spring semester on campus.
The Daily Wildcat is playing cupid this Valentine's Day.