Tucson Zine Fest kicked off its virtual summer exhibition on Sunday, May 9 after the event was canceled last year because of the pandemic. With over 30 artists participating in the event and a zine dedicated to the event called the "omnibus" zine, there was enough artwork to keep patrons entertained for a while.
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After being closed for over a year due to COVID-19, The Loft Cinema reopened its doors to the city of Tucson on Friday, May 7. With more Americans vaccinated and positive COVID-19 tests going down, the leaders of The Loft Cinema made the decision they could reopen.
This NBA season has been the most unpredictable season in many years. A shortened offseason, canceled games, star players injured every week, confusing player COVID-19 guidelines and mostly empty arenas have left many fans and players alike frustrated. As a Los Angeles Lakers fan, I too have been disgusted with the injuries and recent play of my team.
The Daily Wildcat recently spoke with sophomore swimmer Jade Neser via Zoom in an interview. Neser is from Johannesburg, South Africa, and swims freestyle and breaststroke.
It was a rough day at Mapes Beach on Friday, April 30 for the No. 8 Arizona beach volleyball in Los Angeles. The Sand Cats were swept by No. 2 UCLA 3-0 and later were upset in an elimination game by No. 11 Cal 3-2.
It was a blistering hot day in Los Angeles on the first day of the Pac-12 tournament at Mapes Beach. The No. 8 Arizona beach volleyball team was not phased and swept rival ASU on Thursday, April 29 by a match score of 3-0.
I know that I sound extremely biased by saying that I think the University of Arizona is the best place for athletes to come and play sports. Sure, the university has amazing stadiums and top-of-the-line workout facilities, but that is not what makes Arizona the place to play.
Now that the regular season is over, the No. 9 Arizona beach volleyball is gearing up for the Pac-12 championship in Los Angeles. The SandCats finished the season with a stellar record of 21-4.
The Daily Wildcat recently spoke with junior middle blocker Merle Weidt via Zoom in an interview. Weidt wrapped up her first season with the Arizona volleyball team, finishing with a stat line of 83 kills, 151 attacks and a hitting percentage of .424.
The No. 9 Arizona beach volleyball team finished its last regular-season game in style on Thursday, April 22, beating its cross-town rivals No. 20 ASU by a match score of 4-1 in Phoenix.
It has been a great year for the Arizona beach volleyball team. They are one of the top teams in the country, they dominate every invitational they play in and the team is full of experienced veterans.
This year’s March Madness men's tournament was just as crazy as the previous years. Massive upsets, thrilling finishes and a championship game that did not disappoint. One conference made a lot of noise at these tournaments.
One memory of Disneyland I wish I had was the first time I went there. I feel that most people have this problem, because for many of us our first visit to the Magic Kingdom was when we were babies. I do remember my first visit to another one of Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdoms, but this park is not in the United States. It is a wonderful place in the far away land of Japan. Near the outside of the city of Tokyo lies a beautiful theme park known as Tokyo Disneyland.
I was sad when I learned of the news that possibly no foreign fans would be allowed in the country of Japan to watch the Tokyo Olympics. I understand that Japan has had recent COVID-19 surges, so I am by no means advocating putting people in danger.
The Daily Wildcat recently spoke with senior swimmer Brooks Fail via Zoom in an interview. Fail finished his senior year at the National Championships on March 24-27, where he had two top-five finishes and three All-American honors.
Track and field standout Kaelyn Shipley, Arizona beach volleyball team earn latest Daily Wildcat weekly awards
The lady Wildcats stood tall this week and proved that they are some of the best athletes in the country. One Wildcat who stood out was track and field thrower Kaelyn Shipley, who broke a University of Arizona record in her event over the weekend.
It was not an easy weekend for the No. 13 Arizona baseball team April 16-18, but they walked away as the victors with a 2-1 series win against Washington State at Bailey-Brayton Field. The pair of wins over the Cougars over the weekend marks its fourth straight series win in Pac-12 play.
There was no stopping the No. 9 Arizona beach volleyball team on Sunday, April 18. The SandCats defeated Washington and No. 15 Hawaii by match scores of 4-1 at the University of Washington Invitational in Seattle. These victories brought the SandCats season record to 20-4 and their Pac-12 conference record to 7-2.
With many music venues still shuttered, Groundworks created an event that allowed for art, both musical and paintings, to be shared in a safe and responsible way. On Tuesday, March 2, Groundworks announced their project “Creation in Isolation,” in which artists and muralists would come to Groundworks to display their work. Over 50 visual artists and 20 musical acts were a part of the charity event for Dos Bellotas, a mutual aid group that delivers supplies to the Native American Hopi and Navajo nations.
I remember the 2019-20 NBA finals like they were yesterday. Watching LeBron James and Anthony Davis embrace as they and the Los Angeles Lakers were crowned NBA champions at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World. It had been 10 years since I saw the Lakers win a title and I was even more excited because I knew they were good enough to repeat.