The University of Arizona is currently in Phase 2 of reentry, meaning in-person and flex-in-person courses with 50 or fewer students can be held on campus. In an email, President Dr. Robert C. Robbins stated “We are being very cautious about the total number of people on campus (students, staff and faculty) and encourage employees who can work remotely and offsite to do so as we continue to monitor the conditions.”
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With their shared interests of music and art, University of Arizona alumni Sanaan Mohamed, Nathanie Ngu and Zach Cohan were destined to meet eventually. In 2018, they did — and now, two and a half years later, the trio has released their debut EP under the name SZN.
The COVID-19 vaccine is here in the United States, and now, more than ever, there are myriad questions, thoughts and concerns related to it and its distribution.
The fall 2020 semester at the University of Arizona was vastly different than those in the past. With classes being predominantly virtual and many events having been held remotely, student experiences across campus varied in many ways. The same variety can be said for the upcoming winter recess.
A look into the University of Arizona branch of the National Native American Law Students Association
The University of Arizona is home to many Native American individuals, yet how familiar is the student body with the numerous associations, clubs and groups headed by Native students and faculty? One of these associations is the Arizona branch of the National Native American Law Students Association, whose president is a UA law student.
In recent weeks, the United States has been consumed by the 2020 presidential election. Current President Donald Trump and President-Elect Joe Biden each took to all forms of media, urging eligible citizens to get out and vote to take part in this landmark election.
Located just 12 minutes south of the University of Arizona campus is an oasis known as Mission Garden. At the foot of Sentinel Peak, this cultural site serves the community around it by cherishing and highlighting the natural environment, local traditions and historic landscape.