Football: Arizona 14 vs. USC 48
Arizona lost to USC 48-14 in Arizona Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 15. The Wildcats are now 2-5.
Men's Basketball: Red and Blue Scrimmage
The 2016-2017 Arizona men's basketball team makes their debut at McKale Center in the annual red and blue scrimmage on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016.
Tucson Fashion Week at Rialto Theatre
2016's Tucson Fashion Week kicks off at the Rialto Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 13. The evening saw fashions from Harley Davison accompanied by a live band, Abel Gallegos, Anine Paulsen, Christopher Pape, Estéban Osuna, the Kayzrly line by Kimberly Loyd and Cesar Padilla.
Rocky Horror Picture Show 9/18/2016
The Rocky Horror Picture Show at The Loft Cinema in the early hours of the morning of Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. Photos by Rebecca Noble/The Daily Wildcat
Football: UCLA 45, Arizona 24
Arizona lost 45-24 to UCLA at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016.
Football: Washington 35, Arizona 28
Arizona lost 35-28 to Washington in overtime at Arizona Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Tech N9ne and The Calm Before the Storm Tour visit Rialto Theatre
Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko and the rest of the Strange Music troupe on The Calm Before the Storm tour hit Tucson's Rialto Theatre on Friday, Sept. 23.
Prisoner Strike Solidarity Protest
Protestors in solidarity of the nationwide protests regarding the treatment of prison inmates in the U.S. gathered across the street from the Ronstadt Transit Center in downtown Tucson on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016. The protestors were joined by an unnamed group of anarchists which led the protest on short marches throughout downtown, walking in Congress Street, 5th Avenue, Broadway Boulevard and 6th Avenue against Tucson Police officers' instructions until confined to sidewalks under threat of arrest. Once confined to the sidewalk, the protest continued down 6th Avenue to Toole Avenue and returned to the Ronstadt Transit Center via Congress Street. Along the routes, anarchists threw traffic cones and signs to the ground and were pushed by police officers on multiple occasions after disobeying their instructions during the otherwise peaceful demonstration. Passerby had mixed reactions to the the face masks worn by some demonstrators and sentiments they chanted ranging from slogans like "Who's streets? Our Streets!" to "Fuck the police!" Some drivers honked in appreciation and other pedestrians crossed the street to avoid the group. At its height, the event attracted 60-70 people and tapered off to 30-40 people at its conclusion. Unless noted in the caption, all persons pictured declined to give their names.
9/11 Tower Challenge 2016
Firefighters, officers, members of the military and other public servants gathered at Arizona Stadium early in the morning of Sept. 9 to commemorate the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001 by climbing 2,071 stairs to represent the 110 floors of the World Trade Center in the annual 9/11 Tower Challenge. Three challenges were held across Arizona at the same time - in Arizona Stadium in Tucson, Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe and the Walkup Skydome in Flagstaff with an estimated 10,000-15,000 public servants and volunteers in attendance. All proceeds from the Tucson event are split between The 100 Club of Arizona, a group committed to "standing behind the men and women who stand behind the badge" and Fisher House Foundation, a housing project for injured veterans and their families.