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President Robert C. Robbins announced during his weekly COVID-19 status update that new appointments are available hourly at the university's COVID-19 vaccine point of distribution.
How did the Arizona women's basketball team make it to its first Final Four in program history? Look no further than these three plays from the team's All-American.
Fuel the Response was the most successful crowdfunding campaign in university history. To date, the number of donors exceeds 1,500, with $1.3 million raised
The university announced the milestone on the same day that it moved into Stage 3 of its instructional plan, allowing classes of up to 100 students to meet in person.
Classes of up to 100 students will be permitted to meet in person starting next week.
After one of the best seasons in program history, the Arizona women's basketball team is expected to return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2005.
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.