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Interested in seeing how the UA Mall looked decades ago? What about how your partner dressed in the 1980s? Or maybe who was part of the the University's royal court during Homecoming decades ago? The UA Special Collections has just completed a major digitization project, and now whole yearbooks dating back to 1903 are available to view online. The UA Yearbooks are available via the UA Campus Repository, which is managed by UA Libraries. (All photos courtesy of the UA Libraries and Special Collections)

UA theatre arts students prepare to perform in the production "Pericles" during the 2004-05 academic year.
During the 2004-05 academic year, the lives of UA ROTC members began at 5 a.m. and included intensive training and coursework.
The price of gas in 2004? Below $2.30.
Construction of part of the Highland Commons in the 2004 UA yearbook.
UA ROTC members learn how to repel at the Henry Koffler Building during the 2004-05 academic year.
Engineering freshmen build a catapault in front of Old Main for a class during the 2004-05 academic year.
Students participate in UA Homecoming festivities in 2004.
Today, students often tote their laptops around in sleek bags. But students of the last decade and earlier had to make single trips, lugging their desktop computers to their dorms.
The UA men's cross country team competes against Arizona State.
The UA's Spring Fling has grown to become one of the largest student-run carnivals in the United States.
Setting out on their lives beyond campus, new UA grads pose for images in the 1985 yearbook.
Members of the UA's ROTC program in the 1976 yearbook.
Delta Chi members sponsored the Homecoming brunch during the 1975-76 academic year and also held an annual Western-themed party and a spring formal.
The UA synchronized swimming team during the 1975-76 academic year.
Painting Sentinel Peak, or "A" Mountain, is a decades-old tradition.
Construction of the UA's Alumni Plaza, located just south of the Administration Building, from the 2004 yearbook.
The men's basetball championship team in 1997.
Wilbur Wildcat and some of his fans during the 1981 season.
Arizona Stadium fans cheer on their Wildcats.
UA community members have long participated in the Tucson Rodeo.
The columns of what is now known as the Forbes Building, which houses the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
The Arizona football team took Idaho 13-6 in a home game during the 1951 season.
The UA's marching band in formation A for the 1952 yearbook.
The Arizona Daily Wildcat staff, as printed in the 1917 yearbook.
Facing the north side of campus, looking toward the Santa Catalina Mountains.
Sports-related page taken from the 1962 yearbook.
A cheerleader in a mid-air pose during a 1961 football game.
The former Student Union Memorial Center as presented in the 1952 yearbook.