|Owner(s)||Arizona Student Media|
|Headquarters||Tucson, AZ, US|
The Arizona Daily Wildcat is a student newspaper serving the University of Arizona. It was founded in 1899 as the Sage Green and Silver. Previous names include Arizona Weekly Life, University Life, Arizona Life and Arizona Wildcat.  Its distribution is within the university and the Tucson, Arizona metropolitan area. It has a distribution of 20,000. Its website dailywildcat.com is updated regularly during the spring and fall semesters, while the print version is distributed Wednesday. During the summer months, it is published weekly as the Arizona Summer Wildcat. The Arizona Daily Wildcat was named Best College Newspaper by Princeton Review's THE BEST 361 COLLEGES, 2006 EDITION.
2010 Associated Collegiate Press Online Pacemaker award winner.
2010 Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker finalist.
2010 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award National Finalist for online sports reporting at a four-year college or university.
2010 College Media Advisers Apple Award winner for best four-year broadsheet newspaper.
2015 Associated Collegiate Press 2015 National College Media Convention Best of Show 
The Tuesday October 16, 2012 issue featured a four-panel cartoon by cartoonist D. C. Parsons, deemed offensive by some 8,000 signatories to a petition to have the Cartoonist and Editor-in-Chief and Copy-Editor fired. The editor-in-chief did not step down despite the number of signatories asking for her resignation; however, the cartoonist was promptly fired after the publication.
Father: Ya know son...
If you ever tell me you're gay... I will shoot you with my shotgun, roll you up in a carpet and throw you off of a bridge...
Son: Well I guess that's what you call a "Fruit Roll Up!"
Father and Son: Ahh Ha ha ha Ha ha... bwah Ha Ha ha Ha ha haa!!
The paper did issue an apology for the matter.
Every year since at least the early 1970s, an advertisement is taken out in the Daily Wildcat on May 1 (May Day), and at other seemingly random times during the year, containing cryptic "clues" to some sort of "mystery". The mystery would appear to have its origins in the 1890s.
Daily Wildcat alumni have been successful in fields other than journalism, from higher education to thoroughbred race horse training. Alumni in the journalism and media fields include: