News

UA Student Unions ends partnership with Yandex

University of Arizona students must say bye to the food delivery robots they’ve grown accustomed to seeing rolling around campus. Arizona Student Unions is parting ways with Yandex, the Russian company that manufactures and services the robots. Read more

Here’s how you can help the people of Ukraine

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees are trying to flee their homes or are otherwise stuck in incredibly dangerous living situations. This crisis has left Ukrainians in desperate need of relief and aid, and here is a list of some groups providing aid to the Ukrainian people. Read more

Spring Fling canceled: ASUA confirms

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona announced online the cancellation of their annual carnival Wednesday morning. When the Daily Wildcat asked why the event was canceled, ASUA representatives refused to comment. Read more

UA alumnus travels to space

Dylan Taylor, a University of Arizona alumni, is the 606th human to go to space. Taylor majored in material science and engineering while studying here at the UA Honors college before going to business school for his MBA at University of Chicago.  Read more

Women in STEM at the UA

There is a long history of inequalities and glass ceilings for women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics workforce. The Daily Wildcat talked with four female professors at the University of Arizona in the STEM field to get an up close look at their career and the advice they have for future generations of women in STEM.  Read more