[celebrating 100 years of student media]  
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See the first student newspaper: The Sage Green and Silver
The Sage Green and Silver, started by University of Arizona students in 1899, has evolved into today's Arizona Daily Wildcat. Click here to take a look back into time, as the UA Journalism Department offers a glance at the Sage Green and Silver

Celebrating 100 years of a 'magical place'
[news] Student programs at the University of Arizona come and go. Too often, students graduate or lose interest and excellent organizations fall by the wayside. But for 100 years, a student-run publication, now known as the Arizona Daily Wildcat, has been a constant presence on this campus, providing the university with its news every morning and offering students a place to hone their journalistic skills and make life-long friends.

UA presidents recall experiences with Wildcat
[news] "We want Henry's couch! We want Henry's couch!" The chant from nearly 2,000 students in the Main Library rattled throughout the University of Arizona campus in November 1986. The irate demonstrators were responding to a staff editorial in that morning's edition of the Arizona Daily Wildcat, protesting what they thought was a financial slap in the face from UA President Henry Koffler and his administration.

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