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Staying safe at night: A short guide

 Late nights can turn into early mornings, and students may be less observant and careful as they make their way to and from events. Night safety can be crucial on a college campus and many resources are provided to create a safe time out.  The University of Arizona campus offers many resources to keep you safe, but there are also some simple steps you can take to increase your safety at night. Read more

UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (9/16)
1,145 25 2.2%
Total (8/2)
19,921 377 1.9%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated September 16, 2021

UA Hackathon created by and for women

The University of Arizona’s Fourth Annual Women’s Hackathon began with a kick-off event on Oct. 19 on the UA Mall and later took place at the Main Library and the Integrated Learning Center on Oct. 20-21.  Read more

Arizona's Senate race

With the retirement of Jeff Flake, Arizona’s Senate seat is up for grabs this November. Democrats are fighting fiercely over this competitive seat, hoping to tip the narrow Republican majority in the US Senate. The winner of this election will serve as Arizona’s junior senator alongside former Senator Jon Kyl, who was appointed to replace the late Senator John McCain. Learn about the two candidates below.   Read more

Voting in Arizona: Know your rights

The right to vote is one of the most fundamental rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, registered Arizona voters can learn about the state and federal law to know their rights when they go to the polls this November.  Read more

Advertising pays: A Wildcat love story

On Oct. 3, 1975, Robert Skarda, a silversmith and self-proclaimed ‘mountain man,’ placed an advertisement in The Daily Wildcat, a campus newspaper at the University of Arizona, that would lead him to meet his future wife of 40 years. Read more

The Honors Village will open fall 2019

The University of Arizona’s Honors College has a new home starting Fall 2019: The Honors Village. With a housing capacity of over 1,000 students, the Honors Village will “elevate every aspect of … life,” according to the Honors College website.  Read more