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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (10/22)
742 5 0.7%
Total (8/2)
42,506 639 1.5%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated October 22, 2021

ASUA Student Legal Services begins hiring process to reopen their office

After being closed for over a year, the Associated Students of the University of Arizona’s Student Legal Services has restarted their hiring process. In the past, ASUA Student Legal Services offered free basic legal advice to UA students. Though they did not represent students in court, Student Legal Services provided counsel on a variety of subjects.  Read more

University status update: All UA employees to be vaccinated by Dec. 8

The University of Arizona’s virtual university status update team met on Monday, Oct. 18, to discuss COVID-19 public health and safety measures and to encourage the remaining unvaccinated UA students and employees to get inoculated against COVID-19. The team was joined by Deepta Bhattacharya, a professor of immunobiology at the UA.  Read more

Food insecurity in Arizona and the UA: Q&A with assistant professor Anna Josephson

Studying and measuring food insecurity in the United States was important as ever during the onset of the pandemic. The National Food Access and COVID Research Team was part of the effort to understand how the pandemic was affecting people to help inform governmental policies. Anna Josephson, assistant professor at the University of Arizona College of agricultural and resource economics, was part of this team to help accomplish this for objective for the state of Arizona.  Read more

Swing by the mall for Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0

On Tuesday, Oct. 5, Arizona Arts Live and the Wildcat Events Board revealed a new installation of swings by the Modern Languages building on the University of Arizona campus. These bright red swing sets can be seen from far away, and it has many students asking what they are and why they are here. Read more