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Three 17-year-old male suspects have been arrested in the shooting of UArizona sophomore Forrest Beckett Keys.
Police are investigating the on-campus shooting death of sophomore Forrest Keys. President Robert C. Robbins urged campus community members to provide any information they may have, and to seek support if needed.
The new museum, at the historic Pima County Courthouse in downtown Tucson, will display more than 2,200 gems and minerals.
Number theorist Brandon Levin and cosmologist Elisabeth Krause are two of 128 early-career scientists to be honored for their current performance and future potential in research.
Classes of fewer than 50 students will be able to meet in person beginning Feb. 22. Students will not be required to attend courses in person if they'd prefer to continue in a remote format.
The UArizona COVID-19 vaccination site will eventually operate 24/7 and be able to serve up to 6,000 people per day. Eligible Arizonans can register for appointments beginning Feb. 16.
UArizona was ranked No. 16 out of 500 employers overall, No. 4 in the education subcategory and No. 1 out of all employers with headquarters in Arizona.
Como sitio estatal, eventualmente podrá operar 24/7 y servir hasta a 6,000 personas por día.
If public health conditions allow, the university may move into stage 2 of its instructional plan the week of Feb. 22, allowing classes of 50 or fewer students to meet on campus.
While numbers are improving, the state of Arizona remains a COVID-19 hot spot, and precautions are still necessary, University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins says.