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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
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Updated September 27, 2020

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

Art exhibition features both sides of border

In today’s political climate, there is a lot of conflict regarding the United States and Mexico border. This issue prompts local, national and international artists to band together for an exhibit to bring attention to the state of the border from both sides of the border. “Arte de la Frontera” is a free art show hosted by Studio ONE A Space for Art and Activism in collaboration with the Ambos Nogales Border Art Project, or ANBAP. Composed of work from over 20 artists, the exhibit will feature pieces from artists of Nogales, Sonora, Nogales, Ariz. and Tucson. Read more

The story behind UA’s unicorn statue

 Fifteen years ago, on Halloween night 2004, a young girl dressed as a unicorn rang the doorbell of David Berkey’s house. Berkey was a professor of modern dance at the University of Arizona. As she walked away with candy in her bag, she could not have imagined the impact her visit would have, according to Melissa Lowe, a professor of dance and a friend of Berkey.   Read more

OPINION: Biking dangers on campus

On the UA campus, there are many different modes of transportation; driving a car, walking, riding a scooter, skateboarding, and, the most efficient of these, riding a bike. Read more

Top Daily Wildcat stories from 1969

Daily Wildcat reporters Claudio Cerrillo and Mikayla Kaber took a look at our past archives and chose top articles they feel should be highlighted from the school year of 1968-69. Read more