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Arizona football’s bowl game chances come down to last two games after loss to Oregon

This evening, Arizona football (4-6, 2-5 Pac-12) dropped its fifth consecutive game of the season on the road at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore. to the Ducks by a final score of 6-34. Arizona football was in a tough situation heading into this weekend. With only three games remaining in the season, the Wildcats needed to win at least two of them to make a bowl game. The fact that the Wildcats took on the No. 6 Ducks on the road at Autzen Stadium was just added stress to an already tough spot to be in. Read more

Arizona football looks to snap losing streak against Oregon

Arizona football (4-5, 2-4) hits the road this weekend and travels to Eugene, Ore. to take on the No. 6 Oregon Ducks after dropping its past four games of the season. The Wildcats are coming off a 38-56 loss at home during Homecoming Weekend to the Oregon State Beavers on Nov. 2 and a bye week soon after. Read more

GUEST COMMENTARY: Race, diversity and classics

Earlier this year the Society for Classical Studies made headlines in higher education news for the blatant racism that was on display at its annual meeting. Among the documented incidents was a scholar of color being told that he “may have gotten” his very prestigious position because he is black. Read more

New restaurant brings El Salvador to Tucson

Bright blue chairs fill the restaurant and various pictures that depict villages cover the walls. An El Salvador flag proudly hangs on the wall with smaller versions found on every table. Greeted by the owner Luis Gonzalez, you could order a dish Leonardo DiCaprio claimed is better than tacos.  Starting out as a food truck that only attended local farmers markets and festivals, Selena’s Salvadorian has moved its business into a brick and mortar restaurant that gives Tucson a taste of El Salvador. Read more

"Arte de la Frontera" reception hosted in Tucson

Bridging the gap between separated sister cities that share one culture, “Arte de la Frontera” held its reception at Studio ONE: A Space for Art and Activism on Friday, Nov. 8.  Over 20 artists from both sides of the Nogales border participated in the exhibition under the Ambos Nogales Border Art Project, or ANBAP, to bring to light the events surrounding the U.S. and Mexico border.   Read more

Talley’s late goal propels Arizona soccer's win over ASU

A record-setting attendance of 1,365 packed into Mulcahy Soccer Stadium on Friday night for Arizona’s final game of the regular season. It was a familiar story for the Wildcats as Jada Talley came up big yet again with an 82nd-minute goal to break the tie and push the team to its 11th win of the season. Read more

Arizona women's basketball defeats North Dakota in record-setting night

The Arizona women’s basketball team opened the 2019-20 regular season with a record-setting night as they dominated the University of North Dakota on their way to a 74-42 win. The ‘Cats were able to jump out to an 18-point halftime lead after playing exceptional defense, holding the Fighting Hawks to just 26 percent from the field while forcing 16 turnovers. Read more