""The Gospel means ‘good news,' but we have to show the bad news first,"" independent minister Shawn David Holes said to a small crowd by Heritage Hill Tuesday.
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On Jan. 30, the Office of International Student Programs and Services will host a day trip to Old Tucson Studios for global citizens.
When pre-journalism freshman Cecelia Marshall read ""Leaving Microsoft to Change the World"" over winter break, she was inspired to make a small difference in the world.
Lynn and Jeff Hollahan may never know exactly what happened to their son.
With new options around campus, textbook renting might become more popular than purchasing.
Sarah Palin is underestimated. I didn't need to read her 400+ page memoir to realize that, but the non-fiction narrative of ""Going Rogue: An American Life"" reinforces the fact that people don't fully understand what she's capable of or how much work she puts in.
Opinions editor Laura Donovan opines on some of this week's zaniest news headlines. Childish Sun Devil behavior at Sheriff Joe Arpaio's guest appearanceHecklers in the audience broke into a loudly-sung version of ""Bohemian Rhapsody"" and forced a high-profile Arizona sheriff to abandon a First Amendment forum sponsored by Arizona State University's journalism school.
In junior high school, I was that kid. I'm sure some of you were in the same position. I was the meager, stringy-haired redhead with pale skin that still has no clue how to accept a tan. Like many 12 year olds, I was picked on a lot, and my school administration was ineffective at preventing teasing and taunting. Thank God those years are over for me, but sadly, a worse fate has swept across the nation for preteens and high school students.
Even in a recession, the UA has created Arizona Assurance, a new financial aid program for low-income freshmen.
Yesterday, The Associated Press leaked excerpts on Sarah Palin's new memoir, ""Going Rogue: An American Life,"" which hits bookshelves today. In the book, she confirms reports of tension between her aides and those of the 2008 Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain. The vice presidential candidate confirms that she had wanted to speak on election night, but was denied the chance. Palin also writes disparagingly of CBS anchor Katie Couric, whom she describes as ""badgering"" and biased.Press out to sabotage Palin
""I have a midterm this Tuesday. Sorry, mom, but you picked a bad day to die.""
Yesterday was the first day off school since Labor Day, and the semester ends in less than a month.
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We've reached the hardest point in the semester.
Oct. 31 reminds me of the saying, ""you have to pay your dues.""
Wideworld Sportswear contracts at the UAYesterday, the Wildcat reported that the UA Department of Trademark and Licensing has chosen another company to ""take over the lion's share of UA apparel production.""
Does anyone still find Sarah Palin jokes funny?
The constant absence of a resident assistant would relieve any irresponsible dorm resident.
Last weekend, the Graduate and Professional Student Council drafted a bill of rights, a document recently made available to the Wildcat. Because the bill lists pages of student rights, some commentators are beginning to wonder where UA graduate students got such a sense of entitlement, but I'm appreciative of their efforts to protect student freedoms.
After spending six weeks in Paris on a UA study abroad program, I'd like to debunk a well-known French stereotype: Most Americans think the French are inherently rude people. Though I disagree, I understand why Americans may perceive the French as cold.