One person I didn’t want coming with me when I visited my family in New York was Donald Trump.
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My friend Raymond always asks me, “so, when are you going to upgrade?” when he sees my old sliding Samsung phone.
Dear fellow introverts,
It is difficult to be a person with moderate political views on the UA campus.
When discussing feminism, people often get too wrapped up in divisive social issues that polarize ideas to the left. While these issues are important, what we want to focus on is a more practical fight for women’s rights, one that centers on breaking gender stereotypes that are still prevalent in society. Arizona’s conservative Representative Martha McSally has been fighting for women’s rights in this way throughout her life.
The UA is going to lose a huge part of its culture with the construction of the new honors complex: the integration of the honors college into the UA community.
Governor Doug Ducey has called for a convention of the states, but the issues our nation faces run much deeper than a consensus from a constitutional convention.
Wait a second—Jeff Flake said what at Neil Gorsuch’s hearing?
I heard all kinds of things about the American Health Care Act, so I wanted to find out for myself what it really is. There is a problem, though: I can’t really figure it out. The bill keeps many popular aspects of the Affordable Care Act while giving it a conservative spin.
A group of friends organize a peaceful protest against the President Trump's possible dealings with Russia. During the protest, out of no fault of the planners, some of the participants become agitated and a riot breaks out. The planners are arrested, and in trial, one of the organizers loses her house to pay for the property damage.
Over the last year, space travel fanatics have been looking to Tucson for several reasons, not the least of which has been the construction of Spaceport Tucson.
Though Donald Trump’s actions this week, including issuing many executive orders, criticizing media and promoting aggressive foreign policy, were unnerving, the most terrifying aspect of Donald Trump’s presidency was laid out on the day he announced his campaign at Trump Tower. Looking out at the crowd, he declared, “We need somebody that will literally take this country and make it great again.”
For many Americans watching the electoral process in 2015 and 2016, the idea of a Trump presidency was terrifying—akin to tyranny.