How innovative writing practices improve our brain's ability to adapt, so we can overcome obstacles and achieve our goals.
A violist with a background in neuroscience, Dr. Gebrian uses music and memory research to improve practice and performance.
There’s nothing that can stop Jenny Herrera, a first-generation college student who has ambition down to a science.
Alex Alvarez is a dual-degree doctoral candidate whose passions for medicine and engineering are bringing life-saving technology to underserved communities.
How will you know you belong at the University of Arizona? Take these students’ word for it: you’ll just know.
Are you thinking about becoming a Wildcat? Meet Harrison, an Arizona senior and first-gen college student who’s ready to tell you all about his time in Tucson. What’s he discovered? What would he do differently? And what can you learn from his experiences at the University of Arizona?
Meet Molly Krantz, president of the Panhellenic Executive Board, as she shares a day in her life as a Greek student.
Rhiannon Olivarez-Kidwell is a Wildcat from California who plans to use medicine to give back to the community where she grew up.
Valeria Tapia, a first-gen Wildcat and Arizona native, plans for a future in the science of sound, fueled by her family roots.
Lian isn’t the first in her family to wear red and blue. Learn about the moment she decided to continue the legacy as a Wildcat.
Meet new friends, grow your network, and gain career experience – Tiyee is ready to show you how it’s done.
Looking for advice for a successful transition to Arizona? These Wildcats were once in your shoes. Now that they’re about to graduate, they have some words of wisdom to share.
As a new student at the University of Arizona, Brach took a creative approach to meeting his classmates.
This Psychology major transferred from community college to the University of Arizona at Douglas, determined to go far while staying close to home.
Justin Billy is an explorer. Trying new things led him to the University of Arizona’s science lab, where he takes on global challenges at a molecular level.
Kathy Nunez, a veteran and first-generation American, draws on the skills she acquired in the service to succeed in the classroom.
Allison was loving life as an Arizona Wildcat, but something didn’t feel quite right. Once she figured out what it was, there was no holding her back.
Nadira is reaching out and speaking out on behalf of the people and wildlife that call the tribal lands of the Southwest home.
For Cameron Williams, the highly-ranked Cyber Operations program at Arizona's Sierra Vista campus checks all the right boxes.
Temps hover in the 70s here when snow is falling from Montana to Maine. Once Wildcats catch spring fever, it never really goes away. Let’s get outside!
If you’re feeling anxious about starting college, there’s one thing Evan wants you to know: you aren’t alone.
Four Wildcats share their successes and struggles to help guide you on your path.
One of the most spirited student sections in the country is even better when you know how to join in on the fun.
The science major and future Neuro-Oncologist has advice for other first-generation students about fitting in, paying for college, and making the most of living on campus.
Three student-athletes talk about family, school, sports, and what the month of February means to them.
Did you know 45% of Wildcats come to Arizona from another state? Meet Kara, a public health major from San Diego who talks scholarships, budgeting and more.
There are three incredible state universities in Arizona – how do you know which is the best fit for you? Let us help!
Students from the Class of 2022 reflect on their time at Arizona and share advice for the next generation of Arizona Wildcats.
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, meet three Indigenous students who are making their mark at Arizona.
Add a little spice to your schedule with interesting and unique classes (like how food speaks to power and manga reflects life in Japan).
You don’t have to be a superstar athlete or health nut to find something to love about the University of Arizona’s Campus Recreation offerings.