Arizona forward Hannah Wong (7) races Washington defender Havana McElvaine (8) for the ball on Murphey Field at Mulcahy Soccer Stadium on Friday, Sept. 25. The Wildcats host Cal and Stanford this weekend.
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Streetlights illuminate Epic Cafe on Thursday, Oct. 1. The cafe is located at 745 N. Fourth Ave.
Bartender Alina Mouritsen pours a glass of wine at Unplugged Bar and Wine on Wednesday, Sept. 30. Mouritsen has bartended for eight months after working in the food industry.
Tucson’s Randolph North Golf Course on Monday, Sept. 28. The golf complex is located at 600 S Alvernon Way.
Alex Ross, vice president of VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood, takes a selfie with Anna Keene, president of VOX, at their Pink Out event on the UA Mall on Tuesday, Sept. 29. Pink Out was a nationwide event to stand in solidarity with Planned Parenthood.
Mechanical engineering junior Dario Andrade Mendoza chooses a book in the UA Main Library on Sept. 1. Mendoza is an undocumented immigrant with lawful presence under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The women's soccer team lines up before their game on Sept. 13, 2015. The Wildcats begin their season on the road at Pepperdine on Friday, Aug. 19.
Arizona soccer's Gabi Stoian chases after a ball in the Wildcats' match against Pepperdine on Sept. 13, 2015. For the second straight year, the Waves beat the Wildcats.
Street Taco and Beer Co. on Thursday, Sept. 24. The restaurant is located at 58 W. Congress St.
Two Tucson Police Department officers talk while manning a traffic cone roadblock on Euclid Avenue just south of Speedway Boulevard. The officers responded to a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle. The victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries and is expected to recover.
Natalie Impraim, a business and marketing sophomore
Nathan Clark, an economics freshman
Andrew Ayon, a freshman studying psychology