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UA joins lawsuit over international students

The lawsuit aims to prevent the federal government from targeting international students for possible deportation

UA athletic director supports PAC-12 decision to cut schedule to conference-only

Fall sports are still on for now, but the conference commissioner says the move allows for "maximum flexibility."

Researchers developing wearable technology to fight coronavirus spread

For now, the technology can collect data about vital signs and "augment" a diagnosis, though researchers have bigger goals.

UA President Robbins says if he had to reopen the university today, he wouldn't

The surge of COVID-19 cases is concerning University of Arizona officials.

Pandemic shopping habits will be slow to change, says UA researcher

Practices like online shopping and curbside pickup are likely to continue past mask requirements.

How testing and tracing can help combat COVID-19

As cases rise dramatically in the state, public health experts look to expand virus detection.

UA still grappling with how to 'return' in August

Officials are still working to figure out how to bring students safely back to campus.

Rise in coronavirus cases keeps pressure on UA lab

The university's biodepository is working to meet an increasing demand for test kits.

UA expands COVID-19 antibody testing to more groups

Hospital workers, first responders and some state employees are eligible to see if they have COVID-19 antibodies.

Black Lives Matter event draws thousands to UA; group says police presence broke agreement

The organization says it will no longer host events in collaboration with the university.

Students lead demonstration on UA campus against police brutality

Black community members spoke about experiencing racism and the need to enact long-term change .

UA hurricane forecasters map summer season

The team has predicted 10 hurricanes for the North Atlantic, and drier summer for Southern Arizona.

"At the Center of All Beauty": Author Fenton Johnson on the connection between solitude and creativity

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How a DNA test revealed a sensitive family secret; and essays from two young women about the changes the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to their lives.

UA continues preparations to bring students back

Officials have about two months to decide whether or not the university will hold in-person classes.

Professor, former surgeon general to run incident command center for UA return

UA President Robert Robbins and Dr. Richard Carmona discuss the plan for the return to campus.

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