The Arizona women’s volleyball team rejoices after winning a point during a game on Sunday, Mar. 14. The Wildcats were victorious over the Colorado Buffalos by winning 3 out of 4 games.
GymCats on March 13, 2021.
The Arizona Women's volleyball team won all 3 sets against Oregon State at McKale center on Friday Feb, 19. (Photos by Megan Ewing)
A misconception about the desert is that it is devoid of color. Not only is this disproven in the Sonoran Desert’s flora and fauna, Tucson’s artists also refute this. Tucson’s streets are adorned with murals from local artists, each telling its own story.
These five murals by local artists are a few great examples of this creativity and colorfulness.
In a city blooming with public art, the art pieces tucked away in the middle of Tucson roundabouts may not be the most eye-catching of public installation art. However, these delightful installations sprinkled around the Tucson remind us that there is natural beauty and creativity to be found in city streets.
Joshua Abrams, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Arizona and an admirer of the roundabout art said that he liked that, “It reminds you that you’re in this creative town”.
He went on to explain that he appreciated that the art pieces served as a reminder of the vibrant local culture and desert.
Abrams said that his favorite roundabout piece is the sculpture of the man with his guitar that can be found in the roundabout on North Vine Avenue and East Water Street.
“Personally, I like sitting out in Tucson in the nice afternoon summer sun and playing my guitar, and it [the roundabout] provides that culture for other people,” Abrams said.
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The University of Arizona women’s soccer team won against UTEP 2-0 Sunday, Feb. 7 at Mulcahy Soccer Stadium. (Photos by Caitlin Claypool)
Arizona Women's Volleyball faced off against Stanford on Friday, Feb. 5 at McKale center. The wildcats swept Stanford, winning 3 sets to 0.
Students wait in line to enter the University of Arizona North Rec Center. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, only a certain number of people can be in the gym at once.
The Arizona Wildcats lost to the Stanford Cardinals on Thursday Jan. 28 at McKale Center with a final score of 73-64.
This holiday season has heightened the realities of just how much the coronavirus pandemic is shaping our world. During a season that revolves around getting together with friends and family, social distancing can be a real downer on the holiday cheer. However, to combat these harsh realities, University of Arizona students have turned to Christmas decorating to spark joy in these dark times.
Normally, the holidays are a time of tradition. It's a time for family, friends and habits which we replicate year after year. But in 2020, the holidays have highlighted just how different life during the COVID-19 pandemic is.
In spite of all the hardship this year has brought, students all across the UA found a way to enjoy Thanksgiving meals last Thursday.
Postal Progress is a self-funded postcard organization started by two University of Arizona students and a recent graduate. The three founders, who have chosen to remain anonymous, are using their art as a form of activism, raising money to support the movement for racial equality.
Photographs captured at the 2020 Juneteenth event held at the MSA Annex in downtown Tucson.
Photographs of the 2020 Bighorn fires up to June 17.
Photos from the June 18, 2020 Reentry Conference held by President Robbins. Topics such as the rising cases of COVID-19 in Arizona and the new Covid Watch application were discussed.
Black Lives Matter Tucson rally on the University of Arizona Mall, Saturday, June 6, 2020. Thousands attended the gathering to support and listen to those protesting for Black Lives Matter.
Arizona makes a comeback after a three game losing streak and defeats Washington State 83-62. The Wildcats will take on University of Washington tomorrow at 8.
This past weekend, the Arizona BeachCats swept the Arizona Invitational by defeating Colorado Mesa, University of Washington, and Stephen F. Austin.