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Photo Essay: UA Cheerleader Tryouts

Family and friends watch as cheerleaders try out for the UA program. 

April 2014: Month in Review

From the launch of a major capital campaign to a globally important liver disease discovery, here are some of the top news stories from the UA during the month of April.

UA’s Arizona Now Campaign Aims to Raise $1.5 Billion

Wildcats Post Best Start in UA Basketball History

Setting a UA men's basketball record is no easy feat. But the Wildcats did it Sunday night with a 73-53 win over USC, which pushed the team to 17-0 and the record for the best start in school history.

Wheelchair Sports Camp Promotes Higher Education for Veterans

Michael T. Hartley, an assistant professor in the UA College of Education, has launched a Sports and Wellness Camp for veterans with spinal cord injuries and diseases through a $50,000 grant from the Paralyzed Veterans of America Educational Foundation.

Incoming UA College of Medicine – Phoenix Student Gets NCAA Scholarship

The NCAA has selected Alexa Duling for the Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to one male and one female student-athlete for their academic achievements and potential for future success.

Employee Spotlight: Jen Stansel

Jen Stansel is the UA's Outdoor Adventures graduate assistant and has worked with Campus Recreation since May 2011.

Students Help with Pac-12 Commercial

The Pac-12 Networks will be running its short video spots featuring student-athletes and, at the UA, students stepped in to help with the production and filming.

Forever Wildcats

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Arizona Hockey Coach to Oversee National Team

It's time to add expertise in ice hockey to the list of things that results in the UA receiving national and international attention.

Sean Hogan, head coach for Arizona Wildcats Hockey, the UA men's ice hockey team, has been appointed to co-lead the U.S. Men's National University Team.

Men's Ultimate Team to Take on ASU

Arizona's football team wasn't the only UA team set to take on Arizona State.