Here are some restaurants and cafes that took on the challenge of opening their doors during the pandemic.
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The increase in food takeout due to the pandemic has also led to an increase in single-use plastic items.
The pandemic and subsequent lockdown have led to an increase in harmful alcohol use, according to a study by a Health Sciences researcher at the University of Arizona.
Thrifting has provided an outlet for those looking for activity during the pandemic, both nationally and here in Tucson.
The budgets of diversity-related programs have been cut by the University of Arizona due to COVID-19 impacts.
A new course at the University of Arizona seeks to find treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. Pharmacy students’ 2020 class registration ended earlier this month with the opportunity to take the class, “From Chemistry to Cure.”
A researcher at the University of Arizona developed a carbon fiber fabric that will be inserted into fractured bones to help them heal. The fabric will be used as an alternative to plaster or fiberglass casts.
While tailgates, parties, parades and bonfires might be the events most famously associated with Homecoming at the University of Arizona, there is a myriad of events for people looking for a quieter, more scholarly experience.
Researchers at the University of Arizona are developing a compound that would be used as an alternative to opioids in treating the pain of chemotherapy.
The annual Family Weekend Tailgate, held this year on Saturday, Oct. 12, is sold out. Family Weekend is the time of year where families from all over the country and world come to visit their kids.
The Africana Studies Program acquired an unusual new "employee": a robot that acts as a moving informational billboard and assistant. Members of the program said their hope is that the robot helps to normalize technological innovation while directing traffic to the Africana Studies Program.
The Sixth Street Parking Garage has initiated the use of automated cashier systems, replacing human ones, a change that could be coming to more parking structures on campus.