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Arts & Life

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

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
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated July 15, 2021

Pride of Arizona hopeful for a comeback this football season

Since Arizona baseball and softball began to fill seats during games at about 16% capacity in early March, the football team has been taking its own steps towards what could be a normal season this fall according to Arizona Athletics. The community can most likely expect the Pride of Arizona marching band to be back as well — if conditions permit. Read more

Highlighting some of the spring 2021 outstanding seniors

Daniel Wieland, Emily Allerton and Jason Kronenfeld were named some of the University of Arizona's Outstanding Seniors for their academic achievements and involvement in the UA community and beyond. As graduation comes closer, these three UA students are excitedly awaiting their future education in the medical research fields.  Read more

Catching up with past Arts & Life story subjects

Articles go beyond the page. While a story may have an ending, the subjects that are represented within them are still carving their marks on the world. The Daily Wildcat has taken the opportunity to catch up with a few past Arts & Life subjects to see what they have been up to since we last heard from them and what is in store for their next chapters. Read more

Feeling anxious about graduating? You’re not alone.

The excitement of graduating can become muddled by post-grad anxieties about what comes next. This spring, the class of 2021 will be graduating into a world slightly more uncertain than usual. The mental health struggles associated with graduating were very real for many seniors. Read more