With the University of Arizona recommending that students remain at home since the Thanksgiving holiday, the question regarding how students respond to studying online on campus versus an at-home environment comes into play.
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With Pac-12 football deciding to start back up on Nov. 7, the Arizona fans cannot help but wonder if they will be getting to see their cheer team as well.
The University of Arizona annually hosts an exhibition by the Art of Planetary Science to showcase science from an artistic perspective for the local community. This year, it was done virtually through livestreaming videos of slam poetry to galleries of data art, fine art and moon art.
In normal years, the Pride of Arizona, the University of Arizona's official marching band, would be preparing for a Saturday night performance under the lights in front of over 50,000 fans at Arizona Stadium. This, of course, is no normal circumstance as the postponement of fall sports has given the Pride of Arizona a new set of goals.
For those searching for a DIY quarantine activity, making your own masks may be the solution. Mask-making is a fun activity that goes a long way toward preventing the need to quarantine, helping the environment and allowing people to do everyday activities safely.
It takes true love of a sport for athletes and coaches to meet up day in and day out and get their butts kicked into shape through blood, sweat and tears without the common sport motivations of pay and scholarship.
The process of becoming a Division 1 collegiate athlete means practices starting from when you are 5 years old, a family or support system that is there to push you and a drive to go beyond where most people quit. For Talya Zandberg, however, it is all that and more.
No. 23 Arizona men’s tennis team will be playing University of California, Santa Barbara at home for the first time this spring season on Sunday at 1 p.m. The women's team will also be at home this weekend as it is set to host three matches this weekend.
The University of Arizona women's tennis team hosted four high school players from Japan last Thursday as they were invited to practice and compete with the Arizona team.
The Arizona Wildcats made their way to Lubbock, Texas for the Red Raider Invitational on Jan. 24 and left having obtained some nice personal records.
It is ITA Kickoff Weekend, and the Arizona men’s tennis team is heading to Fort Worth, Texas, to take on Notre Dame on Saturday, Jan. 25 at 11 a.m. The winner from these matches will go on to play the winner between Texas Christian University and FAU in what should be strong competition all across the board based on the most recent ITA team rankings putting TCU at No. 8.
On Oct. 12, Arizona’s triathlete, Eryn Schmisseur, competed in the Kona IRONMAN World Championships as one of the youngest athletes and having only done one ironman before in her life.
The Arizona women’s cross country team went into the season simply hoping to make it to the NCAA West Regional Championships and, in addition to having made it, the Wildcats took fifth place amongst the over 30 teams competing.
The Arizona women’s cross country team has qualified for the NCAA West Regional Championships. The race will be held on Nov. 15 in Colfax, Wash., at the Colfax Golf Club.
The Navy Seals like to say, “The only easy day was yesterday,” and so does University of Arizona’s star track athlete Maj Williams as he commits himself to the pursuit of excellence and a spot in the 2020 Olympics.
Expectations are higher than they have been in years for Arizona Women's basketball, find out what they're saying
Getting better by one percent every day amounts to a lot by the end of the season, and that is the exact expectation and goal for the Arizona women’s basketball team.
The University of Arizona’s men’s and women’s tennis team will be heading to Los Angeles, Calif., to play in the Jack Kramer Intercollegiate Tournament. This will be one of the first tennis tournaments this semester in which both the Arizona men's and women's teams will be competing.
It’s hard to believe the Pac-12 championships are already here for cross country, but, indeedthey are, and University of Arizona cross country team is traveling to Oregon ready to show off its speed.
Four men from Arizona’s tennis team traveled to Malibu, Calif., to compete in the ITA Southwest Regionals: Nick Lagaev, Igor Karpovets, Carlos Hassey and Alejandro Reguant.
Arizona cross country competed in the Pre-NCAA Invitational and made quite the show this time around in Indiana.