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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (10/16)
676 2 0.3%
Total (8/2)
39,754 601 1.5%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated October 16, 2021

Campus Conversations: What are your favorite spots on campus?

From the Old Main fountain to the beautiful florals of ENR2, the University of Arizona campus holds so many diverse spots that students enjoy for many reasons. We walked the streets of campus to ask Wildcats what thier favorite sports were and here are some highlights. Share your thoughts with us through our social media @Dailywildcat or catch us next time we are on the streets Read more

Swing by the mall for Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0

On Tuesday, Oct. 5, Arizona Arts Live and the Wildcat Events Board revealed a new installation of swings by the Modern Languages building on the University of Arizona campus. These bright red swing sets can be seen from far away, and it has many students asking what they are and why they are here. Read more

UA students win Dusk 2021 Battle of the Bands

Seven local bands brought their diverse musical talent to the stage of Club Congress to compete for a chance to perform at Dusk Music Festival on Nov. 13 to 14. A band made up of University of Arizona students, The Basements, won the battle. Read more

Hotel McCoy: An art space and a place to stay

Hotel McCoy is a renovated 1960s mid-century modern art hotel located just one mile south of downtown Tucson at 720 W. Silverlake Rd. Its 93 rooms and hotel walls feature art pieces from over 60 local artists and muralists. The Daily Wildcat spoke to Nicole Dahl, the creative force behind the art hotel, along with three local artists, Krista Nicole, Elisha Lenhert and Rachel Ivanyi, whose work is featured on its walls.  Read more