After the death of sophomore member Wilson Forrester earlier this month, the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity is doing well thanks to the support from the UA greek community.
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Men who sit with a computer on their lap could be increasing the temperature of their genital region, which could negatively affect sperm quality.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council honored five outstanding graduate and professional students and faculty during its Achievement Awards and Resources Mobilization Event on Friday.
UA students took home five $1,000 scholarships after winning the annual Avnet Tech Games, a statewide collegiate technology competition on April 9.
The tenure of physiology department head Nick Delamere will not be renewed for reasons unbeknownst to many physiology faculty members, and even to Delamere himself.
The Arizona House of Representatives approved a bill allowing guns on college and university campuses on Thursday.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council hosted an International Student and Family Fun Day, at which attendees ate international cuisine and played games as a part of Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week.
Next week, Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week will be celebrating the contributions and diversity that graduate and professional students give to the UA and community.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments to eliminate an element in Arizona's Clean Elections law last week.
UA President Robert Shelton explained during the Faculty Senate meeting on Monday that cutting operating expenses and taking funds from university reserves would be the main options to survive budget cuts.
Race track management, offered only at the UA, was considered one of the most ""unusual"" college degrees to receive, according to CareerBuilder.com.
Parking and Transportation Services held and open house for the Tyndall Avenue Improvement Project, which will reconstruct the roadway between University Boulevard and Sixth Street to better accommodate vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
The University of Arizona Best Buddies, a club that promotes the rights of individuals with disabilities, is raising awareness to eliminate the derogatory use of the word ""retarded.""
Alyssa Padilla is a Public Policy Fellow with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Washington, D.C. She graduated from the UA in Spring 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the Eller College of Management.
Brett and Bryan Ponton are the first set of twins elected as executive officers in the Associated Students of the University of Arizona. Brett Ponton, a business marketing junior, is the current ASUA administrative vice president and was elected for a second term. Bryan Ponton, a journalism junior, is a current club advocate for ASUA and was elected executive vice president of ASUA for next year.
College-educated young adults are more likely than those without a bachelor's degree to be married by age 30, according to the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.
The Interfraternity Council created a partnership with Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse in response to the high incidences of sexual violence on college campuses.
The Universal Life Church Monastery has ordained more than 20 million ministers online since its inception, and 104 of them come from the UA.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne argued his stated belief that ethnic studies programs divide students by race during a panel addressing Latino UA law students and the Tucson community on Tuesday.
Jimmy Tatro, an economics freshman and member of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, is the star and creator of the YouTube video ""Frat Life."" The satirical clip depicts life in a college fraternity and has gone viral with more than 400,000 total hits. The Daily Wildcat had a chance to catch up with the man behind the meme.