The University of Arizona Police Department is actively investigating four car thefts that occurred since the beginning of the fall 2021 semester. The larcenies have exclusively involved Jeep Wrangler model vehicles which have exterior hood latches, allowing access to the car’s engine without the use of a key or interior hood release, and a suspect has not yet been identified.
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Student-led organization UAZ Divest is on a mission to discontinue the University of Arizona’s investments in fossil fuels, which as of 2019 amount to over $64 million.
The state of Arizona has recently passed legislation to establish new event wagering and fantasy sports contest rules which legalize and regulate sports gambling in the state. The targeted “go-live” date for event wagering is Sept. 9, and the updated go-live date for fantasy sports contests started Aug. 28.
Detectives with the University of Arizona Police Department have identified and arrested a suspect involved in a “surreptitious” recording incident at the University of Arizona Student Recreation Center, located at 1400 E. Sixth St.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down in March 2020, the efforts of medical workers worldwide have had to tremendously increase in order to keep up with the growing number of patients affected by the virus. With this dramatic increase in patients, hospitals have struggled to maintain an adequate amount of both equipment and personnel to assist those in critical care.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins announced via email on Aug. 11, that antiviral face masks will be required to be worn in all indoor spaces on the UA campus.
The human remains that were found at the peak of Tumamoc Hill last week have now been identified by the University of Arizona Police Department as 31-year-old Bryan Curtis Long.
Imagine being able to explore the vast array of interests and opportunities that college has to offer to your heart’s desire, but without the added stress and uncertainty of narrowing down those same interests toward a single subject. Does this sound too good to be true?
The fall semester for the 2021-22 school year is approaching quickly, and after the numerous changes spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, the dorm move-in process for new and returning students at the University of Arizona will be different than years past. Though some progress has been made to return campus life to normal, the university will make an effort to ensure the health and safety of students and volunteers during the hectic dorm move-in process for the fall semester.
With the fall semester just around the corner, it’s important to keep in mind some of the significant dates that every Wildcat should know before going back to class in August. Here is a list of some of the most critical dates that students should know for the fall 2021 semester.
UA President Dr. Robert C. Robbins has announced that the University of Arizona POD is officially closing on Friday, June 25.
Taking classes during the pandemic has not been easy, but we have gotten through it. For the year in review edition of the Daily Wildcat, the enterprise desk presents eight stories out of the many lived this year that show the variety of experiences people had in online and COVID-19 precautioned classes. In our print edition there are four out of eight stories — with the rest posted online — from a student and a professor each in four University of Arizona colleges/schools: the College of Nursing, the School of Dance and the School of Theatre, Film and Television from the College of Fine Arts and the James E. Rogers College of Law.
VV: Welcome to pandemic perspectives with UA campus workers, I’m Vic Verbalaitis,