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.
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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.
Campus reentry update: UA announces shelter-in-place recommendation for students living on and near campus
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.
Campus reentry update: task force discusses increase in positive coronavirus tests, continued mitigation efforts
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.
Campus reentry update: task force reviews increase in positive antigen tests, new mitigation efforts
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.
The campus reentry task force discussed the early detection of a potential outbreak at the Likins dorm using wastewater testing, some optimistic numbers and their concerns for the coming weeks during the Aug. 28 press conference.
The Confucius Institute at the University Arizona closed on July 31. The institute was dedicated and established in May 2008.
The U.S. Postal Service office at the University of Arizona Student Union Memorial Center closed on Aug. 1. Officials from UA Student Unions said that they were forced to close the office because Student Unions no longer has the means to support it.
The University of Arizona announced that it is acquiring the assets of Ashford University and is incorporating it into a new nonprofit entity called the UA Global Campus to further the UA’s expansion of online education.
Extracurriculars are one of the easiest ways to meet people and get involved on campus. Whatever your interests are, the University of Arizona’s got something for basically everyone.
Want a quiet place to study the night before a big test or grind on a paper due the next day? Looking for books, articles, or other sources for an assignment? University of Arizona libraries are the place for you!
The Coalition of Black Students and Allies met with University of Arizona administration on Tuesday via Zoom to discuss the controversy surrounding the June 6 protest on campus and COBA’s list of demands.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced modifications to its Student and Exchange Visitor Program on Monday, July 6; students attending U.S. universities on F-1 and M-1 visas may not remain in the country if their university goes fully online for the fall semester. Students that do not comply and depart the country “may face immigration consequences including, but not limited to, the initiation of removal proceedings.”
In the past few weeks, the University of Arizona community has been made aware of racist social media posts from incoming and current students. The university’s response has consistently been to educate these individuals, rather than exclude them from the community, so that they may learn better.
On May 15, Rocque Perez, a University of Arizona senior majoring in political science and communications, was walking near Main Gate Square when he spotted some graffiti on the wall of Tyndall Garage. It bore the words “Ducey wants you sick” in black paint.