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UA COVID-19 Test Tracker

Daily (9/27)
1,051 36 3.4%
Total (8/4)
36,634 2,291 6.3%
Includes tests since August 4, 2020
Data from https://covid19.arizona.edu/updates
Updated September 27, 2020

Former UA legends Richard Jefferson and Jason Terry emerge as candidates for vacant assistant coaching job

Former Arizona legends Jason Terry and Richard Jefferson have been hinted at becoming the Wildcat’s next assistant coach, according to Jeff Goodman of Stadium. The news of Terry being the lead candidate was announced Tuesday, April 21, by Goodman on Twitter, which ignited a response from Jefferson quoting the tweet and indicating that he is also a candidate for the position and wishing Terry the best of luck in the race to become Wildcat's newest assistant coach.  Read more

University of Arizona releases tuition and fee proposal for 2020-21 academic year

 Students in the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine could be facing tuition increases for the 2020-2021 academic year, as outlined by UA President Robert C. Robbins in his annual tuition and fee proposal. The proposal also proposed tuition for the newly established College of Veterinary Medicine.  The Arizona Board of Regents announced undergraduate resident tuition rates would not be increasing for any of Arizona's public universities. Read more

What are the different tests for COVID-19 and how do they work?

Nearly a month ago, on March 10, the U.S. had about 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Today, on April 7, the nation has a little over 12,000 confirmed deaths from the disease. What started out as an outbreak localized to one country has turned into a pandemic that has taken siege to at least 209 countries and territories and about 81,000 lives across the globe. Read more

Is a vaccine the silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic?

Amidst a global pandemic, there seems to be a distant, perhaps too distant, beacon of hope to the billions of people around the world: a vaccine. However, much to most people’s dismay, creating vaccines is not exactly an overnight process. It takes much, much longer. Read more

Artists adapting to closures

In the wake of mass closures of art galleries and other artistic gathering places due to the coronavirus, student artists have to reevaluate their situations. Read more