Finals are approaching and to help students bear the brunt of the toughest week of the year, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, Academic Initiatives and Student Success is putting on Finals Survival Week from May 4-12.
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Lawrence J. Mandarinohas been chosen to direct the new UA Center for Disparities in Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism. Mandarino will also serve as chief for the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism in the Department of Medicine.
Average college students gets stressed over their school work by trying to meet deadlines while achieving good grades. Sometimes that stress can pile up. If anyone is feeling depressed or needs someone to talk to, however, the UA will always lend a helping hand.
Mobile MediCats is a nonprofit organization created by UA students to help meet the health needs of Tucson and its community.
UPDATE, April 21:
Pride Alliance is giving LGBTQ students and Tucson community members a second chance at prom on Saturday, April 30 at 7 p.m. Second Chance Prom is not a unique event created at the UA; it has become an annual event across the nation.
A rainy, windy morning didn’t stop volunteers at Cyclovia Tucson on Sunday, April 10. Included among their ranks were the student volunteers of the UA's Students for Sustainability and Compost Cats.
Bouncers out front of your local bar aren't the only ones skeptical of your Arizona ID — the federal government is, too. Don't fret, though, because Arizona just released a new ID that is compliant with federal standards and is now available to Arizonans.
Students for Sustainability is an Associated Students of the University of Arizona program that empowers students, builds leaders and pursues institutionalized sustainability at the UA and within the surrounding community.
New software that is free for students to download has made its way to the UA and will help make documents and files easily accessible. Read and Write Gold offers various tools to guide undergraduate and graduate students with their reading and writing materials.
To develop further education in cultural studies, the Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute donated a $2 million endowment to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences' Iranian and Persian studies program.
The Arizona Senate passed two bills last month: Senate Bill 1377 and Senate Bill 1378, which are set to change the way undocumented immigrants who commit crimes will serve time and how the government will handle sanctuary cities.
With the Associated Students of the University of Arizona elections here, the Daily Wildcat asked current senators, the executive vice president and the ASUA president what the benefits of running for their positions and their overall experiences in office are.
The UA’s James E. Rogers College of Law has launched its first dual-degree program in China. Ocean University of China in Qingdao, China, has collaborated with the UA to give students the opportunity to receive their Bachelor of Arts in law from the UA and their LL.B from OUC in China — LL.B degrees are commonly received outside the U.S.
Associated Students of the University of Arizona senate candidates Jonah Soble and Enrico Trevisani sat down with the Daily Wildcat for a Q&A on what they plan to do during their terms in office.
Former Arizona Gov. Raul Castro’s house has been left vacant since his death in April 2015. Now the UA hopes to rejuvenate the residence as a new border studies center for students and faculty.
Recent studies have shown that 2015 was the hottest year on record since 1880. With the rise in temperature, researchers are questioning whether or not it will get hotter.
The WRC aims to change the campus culture on sexual assault and relationship violence with new workshop
The Women’s Resource Center has proposed an idea that aims to change the way UA students perceive and act on sexual assault. The workshop, called Wildcat 101, aims to bring social justice and awareness to the UA.
New high-performance computing equipment is coming to the UA’s Research Data Center this semester in the form of a brand new supercomputer.
The debate continues over the controversial name of a restaurant that is set to open on University Boulevard.