COLUMN: Nightmare on 1 National Championship Drive in full effect

You’d have to go back to the year when the original "Nightmare on Elm Street" film was released to find the last time when Arizona men’s basketball lost five games in a row. That’s 35 years ago. After getting slashed by a different version of Freddy Krueger – the Washington State Cougars in this case – the Wildcats are in their own version of Nightmare on 1 National Championship Drive. Granted, it’s not quite as catchy, but we’re in the midst of Arizona’s horror story nonetheless. Read more

Introverts unite: UA party culture isn't for everyone

College is the springtime of youth, a time to discover your identity and exercise your freedom. With over 31,000 undergraduates within the UA, there’s bound to be a large pool of different preferences. With each individual comes a story unique of their own, and upon graduating, those stories will be shared with peers, while perhaps laughing over some of your decisions made throughout the four-year period that is college.  Read more

Outside from Inside: You'll be alright, international students

All your months of hard work and re-writing and re-editing your essays for college applications is finally about to pay off as you join the UA. You’ve spent months preparing to get into college and to settle into your new lives here in the U.S. You’ve made never-ending lists of things to do and places to go to. But you know what? You can throw out your planners and to-do lists because nothing prepares you for college like college itself. Read more

Column: The first day is the worst day

The first day of school is uniquely exciting for students and teachers alike. Even though we college students have already been through many first days of school, countless of us still find ourselves looking forward to that first day of the school year at UA. Read more

Column: Sun Link could do more for Tucson

The low price and efficiency of the Sun Link Tucson Modern Streetcar is something many Tucsonans have dreamed of. Unfortunately, the streetcar only passes through the areas of town of those who don't actually need it. Read more