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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (4/11)
350 1 0.3%
Total (8/4)
246,837 4,259 1.7%
Includes tests since August 4, 2020
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated April 12, 2021

EDITORIAL: Cancelling Spring Break was not the right move

On Oct. 14, Provost Liesl Folks sent an email officially cancelling Spring Break for the 2021 spring semester. Citing efforts to “limit the spread of COVID-19,” the university replaced the week-long break with a series of five reading days spread out throughout the semester, with one in February, two in March and two in April, with only March 9 and 10 being on consecutive days. This development has sparked the Opinions Board at the Daily Wildcat to put together a statement on not only the Spring Break decision, but also health in the time of online school in general.  Read more

EDITORIAL: It's on everyone to create a hate-free campus

It is the fourth week of school and two protests have already broken out on campus. As the campus newspaper, we are a united force that does not tolerate or stand for those who cannot respect people based on their preconceived thoughts and opinions regarding their color, sexuality and/or religion.  Read more

Grow, but remember your roots

For University of Arizona alumni, whether they graduated last year or 50 years ago, this week is a chance to come home to the campus that helped shaped them into who they are today.   Read more

EDITORIAL: Voting is about you

Here in America, we love to vote. On reality singing/dancing competitions and Family Feud, especially. But what if I told you that there was something you could vote on that — are you sitting down — actually matters?   Read more