Arizona Daily Wildcat Online Work for the Wildcat
useful links
  UA home page
  Student Link
  WebMail
Search for:
advanced search
High: 64°
Low: 37°
Sunny
sections
News
Sports
· Basketball
Opinions
· Columnists
Live Culture
GoWild
Police Beat
Datebook
Comics
Crossword
Online Crossword
Photo Spreads
Special Sections
Classifieds
The Wildcat
Letter to the Editor
Wildcat staff
Search
Archives
Job Openings
Advertising Info
Student Media
Arizona Student Media info
UATV - student TV
KAMP - student radio
The Desert Yearbook
Daily Wildcat staff alumni

Wednesday, February 11, 2004
New job outlook good for seniors

Survey says employers now hiring more grads

The job outlook for students graduating in May is promising as employers of all vocations plan to hire 12.7 percent more college graduates this year than last year.

Despite a slow economic recovery, a survey done by the National Association of Colleges and Employers' Job Outlook stated that it projects about 19,000 hires this year compared to about 17,000 actual hires last year.

"We're seeing a lot of activity in engineering, business finance and definitely accounting," said Bill Ruggirello, Career Services' assistant director for employer relations. [Read article]

News
Officials: Keep UA buildings alcohol-free
ASUA election deadline attracts new candidates
Men learn how to prevent sex assault
Few students protest tuition hike
UA doctors saving lives in Panama
On the Spot
Fastfacts
Campus Briefs
Sports
Men's Hoops: Cats pick up pieces after pair of losses
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Polkey puts Cats atop Pac-10
Pac-10 names Bisordi week's best
Club Sports Notes: Women's rugby tries to rebound from slow start

Opinions
Mailbag
A Wider lens: Bush, the scapegoat
Issue of the Week: How much is too much?
Go Wild
<a href="http://wc.arizona.edu/papers/97/90/04_1.html"> <img border="0" src="http://wc.arizona.edu/papers/97/90/gowild.jpg" width="195" height="195"></a>

We've read the books. We've seen the pictures. We've attended the lectures. We've watched the movies. We have learned everything there is to know about the Holocaust. Or have we?

Francis Cohen, renowned modern dance choreographer and co-founder of the dance program at the UA, has breathed new life into the famous story of Anne Frank, in "The Attic." [Read article]


People die, cellos are smashed, but the orchestra plays on

You don't have to be the queen mother, fondle Prince Charles or like the Beatles to enjoy the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra tonight. [Read article]


Events Calendar


Live Culture

You've been there before, sitting at a traffic light in your Geo Metro. A car pulls up next to you, windows tinted, strobe lights flashing and subwoofers pumping; just for a second, you think, "I can take him."

You're wrong, and he's long gone. There's a lot more behind these tricked-out street racers and the students who built them than your three cylinders can take. [Read article]


Under Covers:

Every day is the 14th

I have a confession to make: I am not getting laid. For most, that's not the stuff shame is made of in fact, quite the opposite. But when your credentials are built on indiscretions, it seems like an admission better-suited to an anonymous whisper than a bold declaration. [Read article]


Feature photo
 Front page pdf
Wildcat Daily Digest
Get the headlines in your inbox
Email:
Restaurant and Bar guide
UA TV - Channel 3
Wednesday

5 pm UATV: Mind or Body

7 pm UATV: Daily Dose

8 pm Dumb and Dumberer

10 pm X-2: X-Men United

1 am Memento

KAMP
Show Schedule

Interview Archives
CAMPUS NEWS | SPORTS | OPINIONS
CLASSIFIEDS | ARCHIVES | CONTACT US | SEARCH


Webmaster - webmaster@wildcat.arizona.edu
© Copyright 2003 - The Arizona Daily Wildcat - Arizona Student Media