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The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 reentry task force met Monday for the second briefing of the spring semester. The force discussed procedures for the first week of the spring semester and increasingly grim COVID-19 data.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 reentry task force met Tuesday for the first briefing of the new year. The task force discussed new transmission numbers, new mitigation measures and an increase in state and federal funding.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 reentry task force met Monday morning to discuss details surrounding a new test, the possibility of vaccine distribution and the data on COVID-19 transmission in the university community.
The University of Arizona announced the commencement of the University of Arizona Global Campus. The announcement comes after UAGC received accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission.
The We Protect Us Weekend, an event put on for the Campus Pantry in collaboration with the Coalition of Black Students and Allies and the Queers United Coalition, transpired this past weekend and brought with it a message of unity and the power of students in the University of Arizona community.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 reentry task force met Monday morning to discuss the second wave of coronavirus case surges nationwide.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 reentry task force met Monday morning to discuss the spike in COVID-19 cases around the country and in the university community.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 reentry task force met Monday morning to discuss the continued increase of COVID-19 cases in and around the university community.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 reentry task force met Monday morning to discuss the increase in COVID-19 cases in the county and around the country and to elaborate on the university’s pre-holiday testing blitz.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 Reentry Task Force met Monday morning to discuss the continued measures it is taking to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19 in and around campus.
President Donald Trump came to Tucson to host a rally for his re-election campaign Monday, Oct. 19. The rally was part of a two-stop trip through Arizona, with a rally in Prescott on Monday morning before flying to Tucson Airport.
Editor's Note: This story was produced as part of the Daily Wildcat's "Election Guide" special print edition, published Wednesday, Oct. 21, and available on campus or online.
Editor's Note: This article contains explicit detail regarding child pornography charges.
The University of Arizona’s COVID-19 Reentry Task Force met Monday morning to discuss the continued improvement in virus mitigation and the possible progression into Phase 2 of reentry.
The University of Arizona's Dean of Students Office announced the creation of the “Bias & Education Support Team” Wednesday, which will monitor and respond to instances of discrimination and bias on campus.
The University of Arizona’s Reentry Task Force met Sept. 28 to discuss optimism surrounding low COVID-19 transmission and a decrease in cases, as well as the end of the 14-day shelter-in-place.
The University of Arizona Reentry Task Force met Monday to announce a new shelter-in-place directive for students living on and near campus. This new recommendation comes from both the university and Pima County in response to an increase in the rate of coronavirus transmission within the last week.
The University of Arizona Reentry Task Force met Wednesday, Sept. 9 to speak about false positives in testing, clarifications in the 3Ts initiative and resource utilization.
The University of Arizona campus reentry task force met Sept. 3 for their weekly press conference. They discussed the increase in positive cases, compliance enforcement and current resource usage trends.
A study from a University of Arizona professor in the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture predicts that millions of homes owned by baby boomers and Gen Xers will become unsellable due to demographic and preferential shifts among millennials and Gen Zers in the next couple of decades.