Feb. 1, 2017
Fifty years after the UA marching band performed at the halftime show of the hype-free first Super Bowl in Los Angeles, the Pride of Arizona is still going strong. With UANews video.
Jan. 31, 2017
The donation by the former UA star and current Cleveland Indians manager will help build an indoor hitting facility for the Wildcats at their Hi Corbett Field home.
Jan. 30, 2017
UA researcher Russell Toomey has developed a scale to measure college athletes' engagement in LGBT ally behaviors. Toomey says that student-athletes can be highly effective allies because they often serve as role models on campuses, and he hopes his study will start a nationwide conversation.
Jan. 19, 2017
With support from the NCAA, UA researchers Michael Grandner and Amy Athey developed Project REST to help student-athletes improve their sleep and, in turn, their athletic performance. The findings were presented at last week's NCAA annual convention.
Nov. 2, 2016
Tucson community leader Ginny L. Clements has committed funds for the new Arizona Athletics academic center, which houses tutoring rooms, study areas, a computer lab and other student-athlete amenities. "This is a game-changer for us," says John Mosbach, UA associate director of athletics.
Oct. 26, 2016
Led by the Office of Sustainability, partners from across the UA campus are working to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills after Homecoming weekend.
Sept. 12, 2016
A group of current and former UA athletes is competing for medals in Rio de Janeiro during the 2016 Paralympic Games, which opened last week and run through Sept. 18.
Aug. 31, 2016
Saturday night's football season opener for the Arizona Wildcats will mark the debut of Chad Shoopman, a UA alumnus who now directs the 240-piece Pride of Arizona. For fans of the horn-driven sound of Earth, Wind & Fire, this band's for you, and Shoopman promises "visual and musical surprises."
Aug. 19, 2016
UA sport psychologist Amy Athey says the world's elite performers trust their training and do their best to stay in the moment, trying to not overthink what they have prepared to do.