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'Springs are sentinels': NAU team studies how spring water affects ecosystems

A team of NAU researchers have collected data from springs throughout the Coconino National Forest and the Grand Canyon National Park for a decade to study effects on Arizona’s ecosystems while contributing to our understanding of climate change.... Read more»

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Super Bowl LVI features Arizona ties, including NAU product Frank Pollack

Super Bowl LVI will not feature the Arizona Cardinals or be played in Arizona, but the state will cast a small shadow over Sunday’s game between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. ... Read more»

Las universidades de todo el país enfrentan una rápida disminución en la matrícula masculina

Las universidades de todo el país enfrentan una rápida disminución en la inscripción de hombres con la Universidad de Arizona ligeramente abajo y ASU contrarrestando la tendencia. ... Read more»

Colleges nationwide face rapid decline in male enrollment; U of A down slightly, ASU bucks trend

A generation of men are disappearing from colleges – a trend accelerated by the pandemic - women are enrolling and graduating at slightly higher levels than men at the University of Arizona and ASU bucks the trend, but the gender gap is growing at state community colleges.... Read more»

FCS playoffs extend football season for 'a lot of ballers' from Arizona

None of Arizona’s three Division I football teams will compete for a national championship this fall, but 25 players with Arizona ties will still have a shot at a title - including Tucson alumnus from Salpointe Catholic and Cienega High School.... Read more»

Pima College mandates COVID vaccines for all 2,500 employees by Jan. 4

Pima Community College will require all 2,500 school employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4, to comply with a Biden administration policy that all federal contractors to have vaccinated employees. ... Read more»

Worldwide endurance athletes use Flagstaff’s altitude as training tactic

Flagstaff, the home of Northern Arizona University, has an altitude of almost 7,000 feet, making it a prime spot for endurance training, not only for NAU athletes but for world class athletes from around the globe.... Read more»

UA, other Arizona universities will require workers to have COVID shots by Dec. 8

Arizona's three state universities will require all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to comply with new federal guidelines, officials announced Friday. The deadline for employees to submit proof of vaccination, or to receive a religious or disability accommodation, is Dec. 8.... Read more»

Arizona scientists work to unravel fungus ecology as Valley fever expands throughout West

Scientists are working to understand Valley fever - a deadly fungus with spores about 20 times smaller than the width of a human hair - that can bring on coughing, fever, night sweats and joint pain, and in more severe cases, spread beyond the lungs to the skin, brain and other organs.... Read more»

Soccer

UA Wildcats chop NAU in first home match

It was the first home match of the season, the first chance for home fans to see new coach Becca Moros and the first goals in the Red and Blue for Tianna Sidtikun and Kayden Heinrich when the Arizona Wildcats took the field against the NAU Lumberjacks Friday night.... Read more»

As Arizona college classes start, staff union sues to uphold mask mandates

As classes began at the University of Arizona on Monday, a union representing school employees is joining a lawsuit over the state law that undercuts mask mandates at the state's three public universities. ... Read more»

Pima College requires COVID masks on campus, joining Arizona's universities

Pima Community College will require face-coverings on campus in most indoor spaces starting next week, joining the University of Arizona and the state's other public universities in challenging a new law meant to block any mask mandates. ... Read more»

NAU cross-country runner cleared for Olympics after DACA status hurdle

A Northern Arizona University track and field athlete who has no immigration status succeeded at securing a special permission from the federal government on Monday to travel to compete in the Olympics Games in Tokyo and return to the U.S.... Read more»

Arizonans in Tokyo: Athletes with local ties to watch in Tokyo Olympics

The United States is sending over 600 athletes to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - the opening ceremonies Friday signified the official start of the much delayed, much anticipated event - and here are the schedules for the 19 Arizonans either born or raised in the state.... Read more»1

What the Devil won't tell you

Fatal words: Ducey's pro-COVID university order hurts those it's meant to indulge

Gov. Doug Ducey won't allow Arizona's universities to require masks or vaccines. He declares "It's time to move on" but is missing something really, really big.... Read more»

'A perfect storm:' Body image struggles, eating disorders converge during pandemic

As many are facing pandemic-related mental health challenges, including the way they view themselves and their bodies, Arizona college students have formed support groups to combat negative body image.... Read more»

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