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the first university mascot, a live bobcat named rufus, sits in his cage
Wilbur wasn't the first UArizona mascot, and those olive trees on campus didn't get there by accident.
Students in the Summer REU program pose for a group photo at the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum
A summer research experience paves the way for community college students in STEM
Members of Ski Chilton's lab surround a microscope
Researchers have identified what may be the key molecular mechanism responsible for COVID-19 mortality – an enzyme related to neurotoxins found in rattlesnake venom.
Gamaliel Jimenez, a senior studying personal and family financial planning, wants to make a career out of helping others plan for their financial futures.
Person in combat boots standing on dried lakebed
New UArizona-led research identifies climate change challenges faced by U.S. Department of Defense facilities, and solutions that might serve as a model for other large organizations.
A female and male rhino beetle, also known as hercules beetle.  As the name implies, males have a horn-like structure that extends from the top of the thorax well beyond the beetle's head.
Arizona is home to one of the most biologically diverse populations of insects in the country. The monsoon season is an especially active time for unique critters.