The Shifting Sands of Arizona Politics: The Case of Rodney Glassman

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer For the first time in 2010, I was old enough to vote in the U.S. midterm elections. A lifelong resident of Arizona, the choices before me were Republican John McCain, and Democrat Rodney Glassman. Glassman was a relatively unknown, having served briefly on the Tucson City Council prior to attempting […]

The Party’s Over (And Nobody Had any Fun)

By Jake Strickler, Editor-in-Chief “I have often wondered at the extreme fecundity of the press, and how it comes to pass that so many heads on which nature seemed to have inflicted the curse of barrenness should teem with voluminous productions.” Washington Irving     At some point over the last few months, I made […]

Senator Jon Kyl Gives Talk On Campus

By Nash Wills, Staff Writer On Friday, April 1, Jon Kyl, a former United States Senator from Arizona came to campus to give two talks—one for executive education, and another for full-time students. Kyl attended the University of Arizona, where he received both his undergraduate and law degrees. After working as a lawyer and lobbyist […]