Advertising Pays: A Wildcat Love story
On Oct. 3, 1975, Robert Skarda, a silversmith and self-proclaimed ‘mountain man,’ placed an advertisement in The Daily Wildcat, a campus newspaper at the University of Arizona, that would lead him to meet his future wife of 40 years.
First Lady Melania Trump visits Tucson
First Lady Melania Trump arrived in Tucson this morning to visit the Border Patrol headquarters and took a tour of one of the immigration facilities, which shelters undocumented immigrants.
Fact finder sides with faculty in CSU, CFA dispute
As the salary dispute between California State University and the California Faculty Association remains stagnant, an independent fact finder sided with the union’s proposal for a 5 percent salary increase.
CFA announces dates for 5-day strike
Dr. Darel Engen, president of the CSUSM chapter of CFA, discusses employee pay and the potential for a faculty strike at a rally in Chavez plaza in October 2015.
Lawsuits: UA showed "deliberate indifference" to abuse
The University of Arizona is now facing two federal Title IX lawsuits alleging that the administration acted with “deliberate indifference” toward reports of abuse by former Arizona running back Orlando Bradford.