This week, the final four candidates for the Associate Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion were interviewed in open forums. Here's a rundown of each candidate in case you didn't catch them:
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The Tucson City Council tentatively passed their 2021 fiscal year budget on Tuesday, June 30, during their livestream meeting following a public hearing with over 40 calls that ranged from requesting better social services to completely defunding the Tucson Police Department.
The Arizona Board of Regents, the board that oversees the three public universities in Arizona, had another lawsuit filed against them last week on Wednesday, June 17 by a student of Arizona State University.
“I hope we’re closer to Dr. King’s dream: peace,” one of the speakers at Wednesday’s March For Justice Rally said at the end of his emotive speech.
The 156th Annual Arizona Commencement for the University of Arizona’s Class of 2020 was the most unique one yet, taking place virtually amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on May 15 at 6 p.m.
This year the Associated Students of the University of Arizona's Senate class and executive team addressed many issues on campus.
A university campus is the ultimate place to find bizarre cases, and this past year has proved exactly this. The Daily Wildcat's Police Beat has seen a diverse cast of characters these past one and a half semesters, with cases ranging from paintball fights to fraternity brawls all the way to reports of a couple having sex in the library. We love writing Police Beat as much as you love reading it, so we’ve compiled the best cases from this year for your enjoyment.
President Dr. Robert C. Robbins has implemented the new Financial Sustainability Emergency Response Taskforce in response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on the University of Arizona and its future.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona general elections concluded on March 4. If you missed out on the results of the elections, we’ve got you covered.
Today is the final day of the university’s 2020-21 elections which will decide who the new senators, executive and administrative vice presidents and the student body president for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona will be for the coming school year.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met on Wednesday, Feb. 26, to revisit old business, including many of the proposals made last week, with updates on the appropriations budget/committee and movement with the mental health committee.
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The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met for a marathon meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 19, where they discussed a variety of important matters like the proposed Students for Sustainability Referendum, the proposed reformation of the constitution and the dwindling appropriations budget. The meeting also saw updates provided by President Sydney Hess on everything from library hours to the upcoming elections.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona will be holding general elections for next year's senate and executive leaders on March 3-4. Here's everything you need to know about this year's candidates.
The primary elections for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona concluded Feb. 19. The elections saw three candidates for student body president, two for executive vice president, one for administrative vice president, six for senator-at-large, and senators running for 11out of the 13 colleges. There are 16 positions for senator, meaning that there will be three elected senators for senator-at-large out of the six running.
Christopher Robertson, a University of Arizona professor and researcher for the James E. Rogers College of Law, recently published the results of a study he performed that disproves the common misconception that race and class bias affect criminal prosecution.
The Jewish History Museum and Holocaust History Center put on the fourth annual Elizabeth Leibson Holocaust Remembrance Lecture in the Gallagher Theatre on Thursday, Feb 13. at 7 p.m., featuring Andrew Marantz, a staff writer for The New Yorker and author of the book "Antisocial."
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