New self defense club kicks off

While funding for women's safety programs on campus has been severely cut, one UA student is taking the issue into her own hands by forming the UA Women's Self Defense Club. Read more

Council puts ax to renters' tax

The 32,800 students who live off campus can breathe a sigh of relief after the Tucson City Council voted not to consider a two percent landlord tax in an effort to close the $32 million budget deficit. Read more

ASUA sees new faces for 2010

The senators of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona will kick off the new semester with the appointments of Jen Dang as a justice to the ASUA Supreme Court and Mollie Beshears as director for ASUA's annual Bear Down Camp. Read more

Doors open at Rec Center

Three-and-a-half years after breaking ground, the Student Recreation Center's highly anticipated expansion opened Monday, adding more than 42,000 square feet of exercise space. Read more

Journey from Scratch

The Arizona Daily Wildcat's Mike Christy followed Tucson resident Teddy Klassen as he revisited the streets and alleyways on which he once lived while homeless in downtown Tucson. Read more