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Meet Ernie Ortiz, an incoming freshman at Bear Down Camp. He’s shy and unassuming, and he’s confused about several components of UA life, such as the CatTran and SafeRide. He’s constantly asking questions, trying to figure out this new home and make lasting friends. At the end of the four-day extended orientation intended to educate freshmen on all things UA, the seniors give the campers a send-off with their biggest piece of advice on not only how to be successful in college, but how to get the most out of it. However, one seat is missing — a senior.
Amidst tears and laughter, the final ASUA Senate meeting of the semester came to a close Wednesday night.
One UA professor is seeking to remind people that Cinco de Mayo isn’t just an excuse to drink, and that there are health concerns surrounding the holiday.
Date dash heartbreak
Fourteen former ASUA presidents, including current ASUA President Morgan Abraham, gathered at Pasco Kitchen & Lounge on Friday to welcome president-elect Issac Ortega.
The ASUA Senate met to allocate more of its remaining budget for the year to requests from campus groups on Wednesday evening.
With its term drawing to a close, the ASUA Senate is looking to allocate its remaining funding to organizations on campus.
For its much-anticipated return to campus, Spring Fling drew tens of thousands of attendees to the UA Mall over the weekend.
Chris Wenner, former psychology professor and UA alumnus, fell in love with cycling at a young age.
Spring Fling is returning to campus for its 40th anniversary this weekend, after 15 years.
While senior Alexander Cohen started off studying mechanical engineering, his love for numbers and problem solving convinced him to try finance as well. Now, Cohen’s decision to double major has paid off; he recently took the Bloomberg Aptitude Test for business and finance and ended up ranking in the top three in the world for February.
A new class at the UA is seeking to help students close the gap between their ideas and the marketplace.
You got me, officer
‘Just about legal’
The results for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona election were announced Thursday night, with Issac Ortega becoming the next president.
Some UA students are looking to make a difference this Spring Break by passing up a trip to Cabo or Lake Havasu, in order to help with issues such as hunger, poverty and medical care.
The remaining candidates vying for executive positions in the Associated Students of the University of Arizona fielded questions from a panel of moderators at Sunday’s debate.
ASUA presidential candidates Taylor Ashton and Issac Ortega will advance to the general election next week after the results of the primary elections were announced Thursday night.