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Arizona partners with WeWork, expanding UA Global Microcampus Network

The University of Arizona has recently partnered with a global commercial real estate company, WeWork, to provide physical locations for Arizona’s international students to study and take classes.  WeWork’s service provides common use office spaces in locations around the world to companies or individuals to use as a day to day workspace.   Read more

UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (9/18)
1,304 123 9.4%
Total (8/4)
30,374 1,951 6.4%
Includes tests since August 4, 2020
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated September 18, 2020

Not just the average slacker

It takes a special breed of student to successfully walk the fine line between juggling hobbies and maintaining studies, but that's what these students do — quite literally.Wednesday afternoons are a special time for members of the UA juggling club and slack liners. Read more

First flu vaccines won't reach UA

Campus Health Services officials had said they expected to begin receiving swine flu vaccinations in early November, and remain unclear about exactly when the vaccines will become available on campus. Read more

ASUA accepts help in concert planning

After losing nearly $1 million on April's Jay-Z concert, student leaders say they hope to win back the campus's respect by collaborating with UApresents to organize, but not fund, an upcoming concert featuring The Fray.  Read more