The University of Arizona has a variety of different cultural and resource centers that all share the common goal of helping every student succeed and feel welcomed on campus. After more than a year of learning online, many students have felt disconnected from their schools and communities, but reaching out to a cultural or resource center can make a huge difference in one’s college experience. Over the past few months, more and more UA organizations have been slowly opening back up to in-person activities, and these centers are no exception. Any students interested in any of these centers can follow them on their social media accounts and check out each one’s individual website to stay updated on information about future events and announcements.
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On June 15, the University of Arizona announced the decision to issue a Loss of Recognition status to the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity — also known as PIKE — after an investigation involving underage drinking, two students fighting and an underage, intoxicated and half-naked female UA student in distress all on the night of March 11, during the group's house party.*
Ever since the University of Arizona’s baseball and softball teams began to fill seats during games at about 16% capacity in early March, the football team has been taking its own steps towards what could be a more normal season this fall.*
Due to the University of Arizona becoming a high-capacity state vaccination site, the two on-campus clinics now operate from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily with the goal of eventually operating 24/7.