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Updated November 25, 2020

GUEST COMMENTARY: Race, diversity and classics

Earlier this year the Society for Classical Studies made headlines in higher education news for the blatant racism that was on display at its annual meeting. Among the documented incidents was a scholar of color being told that he “may have gotten” his very prestigious position because he is black. Read more

OPINION: Biking dangers on campus

On the UA campus, there are many different modes of transportation; driving a car, walking, riding a scooter, skateboarding, and, the most efficient of these, riding a bike. Read more

OPINION: How big will the UA get?

The University of Arizona is a respectably large school, with the campus spanning a large span of central Tucson and an enrollment total of around 45,918 total students, according to UA data. Read more

OPINION: UA party culture is for the selected few

When I first told people I was going to be attending the University of Arizona for college, I got one out of three reactions. The first was, "How are you going to handle the heat?", which was usually met with the fact that I grew up in Illinois and was sick of the cold weather. The second was, "That is so far away," which I was already fully aware of. And lastly, the most common reaction, "UA is a big party school, can you handle that?" Read more

OPINION: Hidden treasures the UA offers for FREE

 The UA does a pretty bad job of advertising all the cool stuff they actually offer. How many of you knew all Adobe and Word Suites are completely free? These programs typically cost hundreds of dollars a year, but being a student at the UA means we don’t pay a dime.   Read more