Over 12 hours after ballot counting began, the winner of Arizona's 2022 race for governor is still too early to call. A popularity in mail-in voting contributed to the results taking longer than one night to count. At the closest voting station to the University of Arizona campus, some students discussed what was most important to them this midterm. Read more
By Talia Doninger | 10/28/2022 12:08pm
The University of Arizona Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry announces final call for PandemiDiarios: Stories of Resiliency. Submissions are due on Oct. 28.
By Hannah Cree from El Inde Arizona | 09/20/2022 8:03pm
Second doses of the COVID-19 booster shot are now being offered to students and faculty at the UA.
By Sean Meixner | 09/14/2022 1:14pm
Following prompting from Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA students gathered at a Tucson City Council meeting to voice their concerns about the return of fares to Sun Tran services.
By Sam Parker | 09/02/2022 4:54pm
The UA received a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention allowing them to continue research on COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness.
By Sean Meixner | 08/16/2022 1:22pm
UA staff prepares for students' return to campus this fall amid spread of monkeypox and COVID-19 in Pima County.
By Sean Meixner | 07/24/2022 6:46pm
A breakdown of COVID-19 prevention resources and protocols at the University of Arizona as the fall 2022 semester approaches.
By Kristijan Barnjak | 07/17/2022 11:32pm
The Sun Link became free to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic and because of high demand will remain free until the start of 2023.
By Annabel Lecky | 06/21/2022 12:42pm
In an email to the University of Arizona community on June 20, President Dr. Robert C. Robbins addressed the rising COVID-19 cases and prompted people to take steps to protect themselves against the virus.
By Isabelle Freguia | 05/10/2022 2:46pm
Freshman year of college is a crazy experience. It is a time when you are on your own, practicing your independence and meeting a countless number of new faces. There is already enough to be stressed about but imagine also having the COVID-19 pandemic linger over it all.
By Sam Parker | 05/03/2022 1:56pm
The 2021-22 academic school year bore witness to a vast array of different news stories that affected student lives on and off campus, from constantly changing conversations and policies surrounding COVID-19 to heated political discourse centered around social and economic issues.
By Chris Pirolo from El Inde Arizona | 04/25/2022 4:43pm
Back in 2020, the NCAA decided to give all fall and spring athletes a mulligan year due to the pandemic disrupting the sports seasons. In many instances, including at the University of Arizona, it has led to larger, oversized rosters across the country as so-called super seniors return for a fifth year of eligibility.
By Jeremiah Ludwig | 04/24/2022 6:22pm
The Sun Tran lifts mask mandate following Florida ruling against national public transportation mask mandate.
University status update: Suicide prevention site announced, UA President addresses UAGC vet’s benefits controversy
By Sean Meixner | 04/12/2022 5:32pm
The University of Arizona’s virtual status update team met on April 11 to discuss the COVID-19 public health situation at the UA and in Pima County. This was the 62nd briefing, and the last one scheduled for the semester.
OPINION: After two years, COVID-19-conscious students deserve to have some fun without pandemic guilt
By Olivia Krupp | 04/08/2022 7:00pm
Being at a college with such an intense party culture, I’m sure we have all heard these phrases in the past couple of months: “In the middle of a pandemic, really?” or “Stay home!” After two years—and given the fact that Covid really does seem to be in retreat, according to public health authorities like the CDC—these guilt trips are unfair to the students who have done their part and gotten vaccinated.
The University of Arizona held “A Day of Memory, Healing, and Hope” on Wednesday, March 23 to commemorate the two-year anniversary of the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Sean Meixner | 03/15/2022 10:04pm
The University of Arizona’s virtual status update team announced the end of mandatory masking on campus during their meeting on Monday, March 14. The UA intends to end the mask mandate on Monday, March 21.
As we begin the third year of the pandemic this week, we look back on the impact its first two years have had on the University of Arizona community, including staffing shortages, increased sanitization practices, ever-evolving mask mandates, and more.
By Madison McCormick from El Inde Arizona | 03/23/2022 10:50am
Students traveling to Mexico and California for this spring break can expect two big things: sticker-shock gas prices topping $5 a gallon in California and COVID-19 protocols that might give you a funky facial tan line.