The University of Arizona has students from all over the world coming to the states to pursue their degrees, but due to the outbreak of COVID-19, many UA international students are spending summer break in Tucson as a result of the travel restrictions or for safety reasons.
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With the COVID-19 outbreak and Arizona becoming one of the hot spots for COVID-19 in the United States, students at the University of Arizona have joined forces to support communities most affected by COVID-19.
The transition to being online has forced professors, students and staff to continue classes remotely. All campus events have been postponed, cancelled or forced to go online as well.
The College of Education's outstanding senior, Tony Viola, is a native American student who is passionate about teaching and doing research that will improve education for native American students.
The University of Arizona's graduation ceremony was canceled on March 20 after President C. Robbins shut down campus events in wake of COVID-19. One of the most memorable moments for a college student was taken away, so how are seniors feeling? How are they dealing with the situation?
With college campuses across the country closing in response to COVID-19, University of Arizona students are joining so many others in the transition to online school. But what are students doing with their newfound free time?
Books will be all around the University of Arizona this March. This is because the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society are in support of the Arizona State Museum organizing the Benefit Book Sale, which allows the community to buy cheap books.
In a city as diverse as Tucson, multilingual education is a necessity for perpetuating the preservation and mingling of cultures. New Zealand Fulbright scholar Nicola Daly recently led a workshop at the University of Arizona that proposed using dual-language picture books as a resource for early multilingual education.
The third annual "Our Blackness, Our Heritage," 20/20 Vision Step Show, highlights stepping with the 'Divine Nine', local high schools, churches, speakers, food and more.
The Buddy Program opens the door to American culture in the easiest way possible through offering trips to museums, mountains and sports events and the opportunity to make friends from different countries while you are getting your studies done.
The University of Arizona counts on a huge staff that keeps the campus running smoothly.
The black community of the University of Arizona came together last week to bring a little more light and a little more food to students for Thanksgiving weekend.
With Christmas just around the corner, Thanksgiving is here to remind us of the importance of the family. The University of Arizona has a strong gathering community that invites students to be part of activities.
This November, aerialists will tangle themselves in colorful silks above the crowd while dancers in vibrant folklorico dresses twirl on the ground to honor the dead in Tucson’s 30th annual All Souls Procession.
The University of Arizona is ready to celebrate its 105th Homecoming Week and the UA Alumni Association wants to show what it means to be a Wildcat.
Justin Mashouf graduated from the University of Arizona in 2008 where he received his bachelors in Media Arts. He is now a four-time Emmy-award-winning filmmaker and artist based in Los Angeles.