As of March 16, there have been over 4,400 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the United States, according to The New York Times. Here are ten different myths and facts about COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, the novel strain of coronavirus. Read more
By Amit Syal | 03/15/2020 9:11pm
In a time where the world seems to be falling apart, it is normal to wonder what all of these protective measures are for. Three words best capture the reason why the nation seems to be going through such extensive measures — flattening the curve. But what exactly is this curve and why is a flattened curve so important for proper protection against the novel coronavirus?
By Jake Toole | 03/15/2020 12:31pm
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins sent an email to all UA students at around 3:20 p.m. on March 13, 2020 regarding an update on the new coronavirus policies, specifically on the future of campus dormitories.
By Amit Syal | 03/14/2020 4:52pm
It’s another Monday morning. You sluggishly get out of bed and get ready for a day of classes and work. But this time, you can’t shake off a runny nose, bad cough and flu-like symptoms. Were you one of the few people to have been infected with the novel coronavirus?
By Editorial board | 02/17/2020 3:22pm
Last week, people around the world sat down at their computers and typed in the words "beer" and "virus," perhaps wondering if there was some correlation between the deadly coronavirus recently discovered in Wuhan, China and Corona, the overpriced Mexican lager.
By Ana Teresa Espinoza | 02/03/2020 7:32pm
The University of Arizona’s annual Chinese New Year festival that would have taken place of Feb. 1 was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, according to UAGlobal.