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How Rural Arizona Has Dealt With COVID-19

Phoenix has found a way to social distance during COVID-19: the great outdoors. But some of Arizona’s rural communities have struggled with the coronavirus. Because rural isolation is not enough to keep the virus away.

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How UA’s President Would Like To Expand COVID-19 Testing

University of Arizona continues to be one of the more aggressive institutions when it comes to testing for COVID-19, and that has been a constant message from school President Dr. Robert Robbins. Robbins himself — though asymptomatic — was tested…

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How The Pandemic Has Taken A Toll On Mental Health

Meet Jae. In early spring, Jae was your average Arizona college student — attending classes, hanging out with friends and preparing for a summer internship. Then came COVID-19 and suddenly everything changed. From social isolation to the lasting impacts of…

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Some try home schooling as alternative to distance learning

With all West Valley school districts still online and finalizing plan allowing students to return to classrooms, some parents are taking matters into their own hands—by home schooling. Kayleigh Kozak withdrew her children from public school two weeks before the…

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