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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

Fraternity Kappa Sigma kicked off campus

Kappa Sigma Fraternal Organization, whose house is located on campus on Greek Row at 1423 E. First St., was removed for multiple violations of the Arizona Board of Regents Student Code of Conduct, according to a university press release.  Read more

New campus program goes international

Students get to live on the UA campus, participate in faculty-mentored research projects and immerse themselves in a number of different cultures. This year, students worked to find a relationship between a foreign country and their own.  Read more

Construction on-schedule for multiple athletics projects

As a part of Dave Heeke’s $66 million Capital Improvement Plan, Arizona Stadium, Hillenbrand Stadium, Hillenbrand Aquatic Center and McKale Center all have begun to undergo major upgrades. The new indoor sports facility next to the Ginny L. Clements Academic Center is the final touch on the project, with the goal being to enhance the experience of both the fan, and the student athlete.  Read more

Police Beat, Summer Edition: You're suspended!

University of Arizona Police Department Officer traveling northbound on Park Avenue noticed a Chevy sedan being pursued by a silver Saab, at approximately 1:15 a.m. on July 7. Both vehicles proceeded south on Park and turned west on Second Street at high speeds.  Read more

Upward and unbound

Upward Bound is one of eight TRIO programs funded through the US Department of Education designed to serve high school students from low-income families in programs that provide fundamental support in their preparation for college entrance.   Read more

History of UA presidential homes

According to the Office of University Communications, the UA actually has a long history of presidential homes, some of which are the source of mysterious folklore.  Read more