Members of the University of Arizona Reentry Task Force met at a press conference Wednesday, May 27 to discuss the strategies they plan to employ in monitoring and lessening the spread of COVID-19 should in-person classes start up again this fall.
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University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins announced at a press conference Wednesday, May 20, a new Reentry Task Force, which would help prepare for the reopening of the UA campus in fall 2020.
As of Thursday, April 30, we will be back on campus this fall, but things are definitely going to be different. We’ll be wearing face masks, social distancing, attending hybrid courses or even sitting in lecture halls installed with Plexiglas, per University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins announced that classes will be returning to in-person sessions this fall at a press conference in the Cole and Jeannie Davis Sports Center at 11 a.m. Thursday.
Like everyone else right now, I’ve been spending an insane amount of time video chatting with my friends. I miss them more than I thought was possible, and what I wouldn’t give for just an hour laughing on the couch with them.
Vice Provost for Campus Life and Dean of Students Kendal Washington White spoke at a press conference a few minutes before 4 p.m. Monday where she addressed various changes and concerns connected to new University of Arizona policies in response to the coronavirus.
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.
On Saturday, Feb. 22, the University of Arizona Health Sciences’ Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted its second annual LGBTQ+ National Symposium and Community Health Fair at the UAHS Wellness Walkway on the health sciences campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A group of researchers arrive at a rocky outcrop. Several geologists jump out of the car and excitedly run toward the stones, tools in hand. The biologists follow, hunting about and asking among themselves, “Are there any lizards around?”
Over 100 University of Arizona undergraduate researchers presented their work at the 31st annual Undergraduate Biology Research Program Conference in the Environmental and Natural Resources 2 building on Saturday, Jan. 25. This conference served as a public showcase of the work UBRP students completed during their time in the program.
Tucson is well known for its beautiful desert hiking trails and the tall saguaro cacti that often line them.
The Tucson Police Department has released more information on Wednesday’s altercation in front of the Panera Bread on Park Avenue, including that the victim said he saw a gun.
Two men fighting in front of the Panera Bread located in the Marshall building led to the detainment of at least one of the men this afternoon. No injuries were reported, according to Tucson Police Department Public Information Officer Frank Magos.
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Blazing heat and the monsoon storms aren’t the only desert hazards to watch out for this summer. Rattlesnake activity increases with warm weather, and it’s important to be aware of how to react when confronted with this venomous critter.
Just about every town has its own favorite local pizza place. For many in Tucson, it’s Tino’s Pizza.
With the monsoons’ beginning, Tucson should be expecting many much-needed rainy days in its future. However, monsoon season brings with it a whole list of safety hazards, some that are obvious and some that aren’t.
On Saturday, July 20 at 8 p.m., in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11’s moon landing, University of Arizona graduate student Amanda Stadermann spoke in the Warden Oasis Theater at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum about the moon’s continuing scientific significance.
Researchers with the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Arizona have discovered neurons within the brain that control one’s urge to eat in response to inflammation. On June 24, their findings were published in Nature Communications.