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President Robbins outlines fall return to campus

University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins confirmed last Thursday that the fall semester will begin as scheduled on Aug. 24, with a mix of in-person and remote instruction. More than half of all classes will include an in-person component.

“I know many of you are awaiting the answer to the question: Will the University of Arizona be open for in-person classes in the fall of 2020? The answer is yes,” Robbins said during a virtual briefing on the campus reentry plan.

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3 days ago
Arizona Arts

Innovators in vertical dance performance, BANDALOOP will be performing on March 8-11 on buildings on The University of Arizona campus mall.

Arizona Arts Live formerly UA Presents is bringing the boundary defining group to campus in time for Reading Days on March 8-9 on the mall.

arizonaartslive.com/bandaloop

BANDALOOP celebrates the human spirit, nature, and communities through dance that uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. A pioneer in vertical performance, BANDALOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to turn the dance floor on its side.

Image: BANDALOOP | Jessica Swanson
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Innovators in vertical dance performance, BANDALOOP will be performing on March 8-11 on buildings on The University of Arizona campus mall. 

Arizona Arts Live is bringing the boundary defining group to campus in time for Reading Days on March 8-9 on the mall.

https://arizonaartslive.com/bandaloop

BANDALOOP celebrates the human spirit, nature, and communities through dance that uses climbing technology to expand and challenge what is possible. A pioneer in vertical performance, BANDALOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to turn the dance floor on its side.

Image: BANDALOOP | Jessica Swanson
4 days ago
Arizona Arts

Check out the online galleries from the University of Arizona School of Art ...

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