Arizona lost 17-7 against UCLA at The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014.
Its the season most known for haunted houses, terror, screams, blood, costumes, candy and one must not forget the parties. Students and community members celebrate the 2014 Halloween season by walking through the haunted houses at The Slaughter House or the UA's Haunted Dungeon. As well as ending the season off dressed as someone (or something) else.
Arizona's 2014-2015 Mens Basketball had their Red and Blue scrimmage and dunking contest at McKale on Saturday. The Red Team won 53-46 against the Blue team and Stanley Johnson won the dunking contest.
R&B/Soul musician Aloe Blacc performs on the UA Mall during ASUA Wildcat Events Board's Welcome Back Concert on Friday. Opening up for Aloe Blacc were Phoenix-based electronic/pop musician Luna Aura and singer/songwriter Tyler Ward.
All photos by Tyler Baker / The Daily Wildcat
Arizona upsets No. 2 Oregon, 31-24, at Autzen Stadium in Eugene Oregon on Thursday.
Several booths are set up in the Grand Ballroom in the Student Union Memorial Center on Sunday to educate and entertain students and children about entomology.
Arizona won 49-45 against Cal during UA footballs first white game and first Pac-12 conference game at Arizona Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2014. Cal took the lead in the first quarter and maintained that lead through all four quarters except the last second of the 4th quarter. Arizona redshirt senior Austin Hill (29) caught the ball in the end zone when the time clock hit 0:00.
Arizona won 35-28 against Nevada at Arizona Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. Arizona is 3-0 in non-conference play.
Anti-rape protesters and students voice their opinions on rape culture, a column recently published in The Daily Wildcat and Dean Saxon on the UA Mall on Thursday during the “Wildcats Can Stop Rape By” protest.
Tempest DuJour performs “Let It Go” from Disney’s “Frozen” during a fundraiser for the Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network on Sunday. This was DeJour’s fourth time hosting the fundraiser.
UA fans tailgated on the mall before Arizona’s season opener against UNLV at Arizona Stadium. Then greeted the team on Cherry Avenue for the Wildcat Walk.
Arizona’s season opener against UNLV at Arizona Stadium on Friday, Aug. 29, 2014. Arizona won 58-13 against UNLV. Anu Solomon broke the freshman passing yards record with 425 yards.
Pride of Arizona Marching Band marched down University Boulevard
where a pep rally began. Basketball head coach Sean Miller spoke to a crowd
of UA fans, Black and Blue hip-hop dance crew performed and students had
a dance off. Arizona takes on the UNLV Rebels at Arizona Stadium Friday
at 7:30 p.m.
UA freshmen move into residence halls such as Coronado, Colonia de la Paz, and Yuma during the weekend as well as enjoy rock climbing, dancing and ziplining at the Residence Hall Association Block Party on Saturday on the UA Mall. The weekend ended with the New Student Convocation where students sat on towels on the UA Mall on Sunday evening.
Employees of the student union participated in an “unofficial” breaking of the worlds longest, continuous fish taco on Monday in the North Ballroom. Overall, the employees made 2,003 tacos and planned to use social media to announce their accomplishment. This event was part of a team builder activity for the employees. After the construction of the tacos, employees and people on campus were invited to eat before the rest were sent to the food bank.
Guitars. Guitars. Guitars. Guitars. Guitars and more guitars.
The Park Place Mall was filled with guitars, community members and mall-goers on Friday and Saturday afternoon for the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance’s Guitar Festival. Children colored guitar pictures and got their faces painted. Parents listened to guitar performance and talked with booth owners about all things guitar. An air guitar competition was hosted in the food court while individual performances took place in front of Sears and Macy’s.
Thirty two thousand people attended the University of Arizona’s 150th Commencement at Arizona Stadium on Saturday evening to congratulate the 4,000 graduates for their work during their years at the UA. After an hour of students taking the field, the ceremony started with a speech by President Ann Weaver Hart. Anna Marie Chávez, the first CEO of the Girl Scouts of U.S.A., ended the procession with her graduation speech. After each college’s graduates graduated, Wilbur stood on a riser as smoke, fire and fireworks concluded the UA’s 150th Commencement.