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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (11/24)
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Total (8/2)
60,367 957 1.6%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated November 24, 2021

OPINION: Arizona about to elect its first female senator, but gender equality issues remain

Arizona has had a very interesting and sometimes awkward relationship with its female legislators, as the Grand Canyon State has never had a woman represent it in the Senate in the 106 years it has been sending senators to Washington. Now that Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema have both won the nominations for their respective parties, it seems like that trend is about to finally reach its conclusion and will remove Arizona from the 21 other states that have never elected a woman to the Senate. Read more

ANALYSIS: BYU (and Arizona) contain Tate in season opener

ANALYSIS: The group that is headlined by preseason Heisman-hopeful Khalil Tate was one that was looked at by analysts and writers before the opening kickoff as the foundation that Head Coach Kevin Sumlin and his staff were going to build their new program upon. If that's the case, the Wildcat staff needs to pour some more concrete. Read more

Arizona Soccer heading to Tempe for pair of games

The Arizona Wildcats, fresh off their 6-0 thrashing of Houston Baptist University, are traveling to Tempe for match days four and five to participate in the Sun Devil Desert Classic. The ‘Cats will play Southeast Missouri State University and the University of New Hampshire while up north. Read more

Skinner's Winners: College Football week-one picks

Over the years, week one has one or two decent matchups that are surrounded by games you have on your T.V. just so you can have any sort of competitive football on. This week is different than week ones in the past, where you waited all day for the 8ET/5PT ABC game between two teams that the preseason poll told you might be good. This year, it’s loaded from start to finish. Read more

'Eclectic' lineup for HOCO 2018

This fall artists from around the world will make their way to Tucson to mark the start of HOCO fest, a festival at Hotel Congress dedicated to celebrating music and culture both locally and globally that will run from August 29 through Sept. 2.  Read more

The ‘Real Deal?’ Tate aims to thrill again

This all wouldn’t have happened if Rich Rodriguez stuck to his experienced quarterback in Dawkins and made changes elsewhere. The smallest decisions can cause the greatest shifts in life, and Arizona’s football program is the poster boy for that.   Read more

Coaches Corner: Meet the 2018 football coaching staff

Arizona football’s coaching staff has been set since January. When Kevin Sumlin was hired to replace Rich Rodriguez, it was expected there would be a change of culture. Although the successes or failures of the team weigh heaviest on Sumlin, there still needs to be accountability at each level; Arizona’s assistant coaches play as significant a role in shaping the young men and defining the narrative of the program. For those who haven’t gotten to know the new (and old) Wildcat coaches ahead of the 2018 season, this can serve as a helpful guide.   Read more

Marcel Yates hoping third year is the charm

 Despite this, there is a growing sense of optimism in the program that the Wildcat defense will be able to hold their own this year. Year three under defensive coordinator Marcel Yates could turn out to be the most encouraging one yet.  Read more

Arizona volleyball a 'much improved team' in 2018

 Arizona volleyball opens its season in Sacramento, California in the Hornet Invitational where the ‘Cats will take on California State University, Northridge; Utah State and Sacramento State from Aug. 24 - 25. The ‘Cats will then return home the following weekend to take on Lipscomb, San Diego State and Pacific universities for the Cactus Classic in McKale Center Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.  Read more