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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (7/15)
57 3 5.3%
Total (8/4)
274,434 4,382 1.6%
Includes tests since August 4, 2020
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Updated July 15, 2021

UA cultural and resource centers are here to help

The University of Arizona has a variety of different cultural and resource centers that all share the common goal of wanting to help every student succeed and feel welcome on campus. After more than a year of learning online, many students have felt disconnected from their schools and communities, but reaching out to a cultural or resource center can make a huge difference in one’s college experience.  Read more

All of your campus pantry questions, answered: The basics

Students shouldn’t have to sacrifice their academics in order to meet their dietary needs. What resources are available for members of the university community to fulfill their nutritional needs? The Wildcat sat down with Bridgette Nobbe, coordinator of Campus Pantry and Campus Closet, to learn more about Campus Pantry and the vital role it plays in combating food insecurity on campus. Read more

Raise the curtain! Live shows returning to Broadway in Tucson

After a long closure due to the pandemic, live shows will finally return to Broadway in Tucson starting fall of 2021. The theatre rolled over the spring shows from this year into the 2021-22 season, so the schedule will be packed with so much variety there is sure to be a performance for everyone to enjoy.   Read more

Online students want to feel a part of main campus too

Before all education was moved from in person to online, a community of online students at the University of Arizona existed prior to the pandemic. Students who attended classes in person but were moved online are not classified as online students. This confusion has led to the online community feeling detached from the school, with many opportunities to connect feeling out of reach.  Read more