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Men's Basketball NCAA Elite Eight: Wisconsin 85, Arizona 78

Arizona lost 85-78 to Wisconsin in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row in the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. on March 28.


Arizona Wildcats Pre-Game Pep Rally

The Arizona pep band, pom line, and cheer squad leads a pep rally at Tom's Urban gastro pub in Los Angeles, Calif. on Saturday morning before Arizona's anticipated rematch against Wisconsin in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.


Arizona Wildcats Pre-Game Pep Rally

The Arizona pep band, pom line, and cheer squad leads a pep rally at Tom's Urban gastro pub in Los Angeles, Calif. on Saturday morning before Arizona's anticipated rematch against Wisconsin in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.


Men's Basketball NCAA Sweet Sixteen: Arizona 68, Xavier 60

Arizona eliminated Xavier 68-60 in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament in the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. on March 26


Men's Basketball NCAA Tournament Second Round: Arizona 93, Ohio State 72

Arizona eliminated Ohio State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament 93-72 in the Moda Center in Portland, Ore. on March 21.


Men's Basketball NCAA Tournament First Round: Arizona 93, Texas Southern 72

Arizona easily eliminated Texas Southern from the first round of the NCAA tournament 93-72 in the Moda Center in Portland, Ore. on March 19th.


Men's Basketball Pac-12 Tournament Championship: Arizona 80, Oregon 52

Arizona won 80-52 against Oregon in the Pac-12 Tournament championship in the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. on March 14.


Men's Basketball Pac-12 Tournament Semi-Finals: Arizona 70, UCLA 64

Arizona beat out UCLA 70-64 in the semi-finals of the Pac-12 Tournament int the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. on March 13. 


Men's Basketball Pac-12 Tournament Quarter Finals: Arizona 73, Cal 51

Arizona defeated California 73-51 in the quarter finals of the Pac-12 tournament in MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. on March 12. 


2015 ASUA General Election


Hack Arizona

On March 6-8, over 400 students from around the country gathered in the Science and Engineering Library for Hack Arizona, a 36 hour, Red Bull-fueled software, technology, and engineering competition. 


Men's Basketball: Arizona 91, Stanford 69

Arizona beat out Stanford 91-69 in the last regular season game of the year and clinched the Pac-12 title in McKale Center on Saturday. Afterwards, Arizona said goodbye to seniors TJ McConnell, Matt Korcheck, and Drew Mellon and the entire team took turns cutting down the net.


Budget Cut Protest

Concerned students, educators, parents, taxpayers, and community members gather on the corner of Congress and Granada outside of the State of Arizona Complex to protest the increased budget cuts Gov. Ducey approved on Thursday, March 5.


Men's Basketball: Arizona 99, California 60

Arizona crushed California 99-60 in McKale Center on Thursday.


2015 ASUA Candidates


Carnivida 2015

Árbol de la Vida Hall hosted the fourth annual Carnivida, a campus-wide Mardi Gras celebration, on Saturday, Feb. 28.


Carnivida 2015

Árbol de la Vida hosted the fourth annual Carnivida, a campus-wide Mardi Gras celebration, on Saturday, Feb. 28.


9th Annual Peace Corps Fair

Over 100 returned Peace Corps volunteers gather to inform students and potential volunteers about their experiences in the Student Union Memorial Center on Friday, Feb. 27.


Laser Fun Day: International Year of Light

The College of Optical Sciences hosts its fifth annual installment of Laser Fun Day at the Meinel Building on Saturday, Feb. 28. Laser Fun Day is an opportunity for people of all ages to get to learn about optical sciences in a hands-on way. This year, in conjunction with the United Nation's celebration of the International Year of Light, the day focuses on the ways light influences every day life.


Campus DJ Battle at the Rialto

Four students face-off at the Rialto Theater to decide who is the best DJ amongst them on Feb. 26. UA student contestants include Anthony Natoli, James Christian, Izzoh, and Lephan. The contestants were judged by a panel, including Russian music sensation ARTY, on originality, technicality and creativity after playing ten minute sets each. In the end, the title of Campus DJ went to Lephan.