Stressed about finals? UA Think Tank is here to help

For more than 10 years, the University of Arizona’s Think Tank has been the go-to tutoring center for UA students. As the center finds itself consistently evolving, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, Think Tank has no plans to slow down when it comes to ensuring students’ academic success. Read more

Police Beat: Highlights from this year

Nothing can make up for the fact that this school year was beyond difficult, with online classes, socially distanced interaction and an abnormally empty campus. Fortunately, our favorite campus entertainment, police beat, didn’t stop when everything else did.   Read more

Year in review: ASUA's 2020-21 timeline

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona held meetings over Zoom during the 2020-21 school year. Its major accomplishment was the passage of resolutions concerning diversity, equity and inclusion. Read more

UA Poetry Center kicks off Global Vaccine Poem Project

COVID-19 vaccine recipients at the University of Arizona’s POD vaccination site now have the chance to participate in a new global poetry project created by the UA’s Poetry Center. The Global Vaccine Poem project is a collaboration between the UA Poetry Center and Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center. The project hopes to encourage individuals to “share their voices and promote COVID-19 vaccination through the imaginative language of poetry,” according to a UA press release.  Read more

Creative adaptation necessary in online classes

Taking classes during the pandemic has not been easy, but we have gotten through it.  For the year in review edition of the Daily Wildcat, the enterprise desk presents eight stories out of the many lived this year that show the variety of experiences people had in online and COVID-19 precautioned classes. In our print edition there are four out of eight stories — with the rest posted online — from a student and a professor each in four University of Arizona colleges/schools: the College of Nursing, the School of Dance and the School of Theatre, Film and Television from the College of Fine Arts and the James E. Rogers College of Law. Read more