University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins announced yesterday the furlough plan will end earlier than expected.
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Multiple University of Arizona fraternities, Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Phi and Sigma Chi* are both under judicial review for multiple Student Code of Conduct violations, including violating university-wide COVID-19 rules.
Campus reentry update: Robbins and Carmona discuss continuing reentry efforts as other universities shut down
The Aug. 19 campus reentry task force press conference focused on current COVID-19 testing rates on campus and specific details regarding the start of the semester Monday.
Two U.S. senators sent a letter on Aug. 12 to University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins warning him about acquiring the assets of Ashford University.
Results are coming in for the Aug. 4 Pima County primary election; as of Aug. 6, the county reported over 208,000 ballots casted with about a 35% turnout. The Daily Wildcat compiled all of the unofficial results below:
University of Arizona Provost Liesl Folks sent an email Monday afternoon explaining a staged introduction for in-person instruction for the fall semester.
Given the three alternatives to traditional in-person instruction starting this fall at the University of Arizona, at least one online class seems inevitable for most students. Luckily, the Daily Wildcat has some tips from experts on how to make the most of your online class(es).
The University of Arizona suspended the Delta Beta chapter of Beta Theta Pi for hazing and alcohol use incidents.
On July 14, the Trump administration rescinded the ICE rule that would require international students to leave the United States should their university go fully online.* This decision follows multiple lawsuits filed by universities, including the University of Arizona.
This week, the final four candidates for the Associate Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion were interviewed in open forums. Here's a rundown of each candidate in case you didn't catch them:
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins announced late Tuesday via email that the start of the furlough plan will be delayed until August 10.
Coalition of Black Students and Allies share letter containing testimony from Black UA students and a list of demands
On June 24, the Coalition of Black Students and Allies released a public statement containing Black University of Arizona students sharing their negative experiences on campus. The statement also includes a list of demands that call for increased accountability and more general support for Black students.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins released a statement today regarding the Supreme Court's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ruling.
Tucson city residents called on Tucson City Council to defund the Tucson Police Department and jail board in wake of recent Black Lives Matters protests nationwide and locally.
Over the past few weeks, various University of Arizona affiliated organizations and individuals have released statements regarding the killing of George Floyd and subsequent protests. We've compiled these statements below in reverse-chronological order.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins said he’s prepared to close campus in the fall semester if necessary during an NBC Meet the Press college roundtable discussion Thursday, May 28.
A number of Arizona students requested for tuition to be lowered in light of the COVID-19 pandemic at the Arizona Board of Regents public hearing Monday, April 27.
Students in the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine could be facing tuition increases for the 2020-21 academic year, as outlined by UA President Dr. Robert C. Robbins in his annual tuition and fee proposal. The proposal also proposed tuition for the newly established College of Veterinary Medicine.
The Daily Wildcat has put together a timeline of updates from the University of Arizona and Tucson government officials about its plans in response to the coronavirus. Events are listed in reverse chronological order, with the most recent information at the top. Check back later for new updates.
Arizona students might soon be turned away at polling stations if they show up with their student identifications.