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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (11/24)
1,344 22 1.6%
Total (8/2)
60,367 957 1.6%
Includes tests since August 2, 2021
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated November 24, 2021

Daily Wildcat managing editor cited

The managing editor of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Shain Bergan, 21, was cited for disorderly conduct on Saturday morning after police said he forcibly took a sign from another ESPN ""College GameDay"" spectator and tried to run away with it. Read more

Rec expansion gets Green honors

The Student Recreation Expansion is poised to become the first university building in the nation to reach the highest level of sustainability certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. Read more

Correction

There was a factual error printed in Monday's article about UO cheerleader Katelynn Johnson sustaining injuries from an object thrown to the field that was not the fault of the Wildcat reporter. Read more

Swim's Schluntz named Rhodes Scholar

In her time at Arizona, senior freestyle swimmer Justine Schluntz has been known for her fast time-splits and NCAA championship prowess. But after becoming one of only 32 people to be named a 2009 American Rhodes Scholar, it's obvious that Schluntz is much more than just an athlete. Read more

New fee to cover health and rec

Campus Health Services and Campus Recreation are in the process of designing a service fee that would fund many of the operational costs of the 55,000 square foot addition to the Student Recreation Center and the salaries of both student employees and health professionals. Read more

UO cheer member gets hit

A University of Oregon cheerleader spent Saturday night in the hospital after being hit in the head by a water bottle thrown onto the field shortly after the game. Read more

Rose Bowl unbound

A disgustingly familiar feeling filled the Arizona football team's locker room Saturday night. Once again the Wildcats' players dealt with the pain of a game lost, which, at one point, had been all but won. Read more