Fall 2022

Josh Wheeler — More than an Athlete

Read about Josh Wheeler, a high-scoring member of both the University of Arizona and Team USA wheelchair rugby teams, in the fall issue of Arizona Alumni Magazine.

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Paw Prints

Wildcats share their family and life updates. Share your story here.

Bride and groom in desert background

Marshall Riebe ’16, grandson of Marvin “Swede” Johnson, married Bridgette Nobbe Riebe ’19 at Tucson’s Tanque Verde Ranch on March 5, 2022. Marshall received his B.A. from UArizona, Bridgette her M.A. She is currently working toward her Ph.D.

Mom and dad with two small kids and a baby

Matt ’08 and Angelica ’08 Hollander met at the University of Arizona as freshman in 2004 and married in 2012. They have three children — Eden, 6 years old; Jonah, 5; and Mara, 10 months — and live in Seattle.

Couple gets engaged in snow

Mary Myles '13 and Hunter Curtis '13 are engaged after maintaining a coast-to-coast long-distance relationship for almost seven years. Hunter's proposal came in the middle of the main street in Telluride, Colorado, on a snowy evening in February.

Baby wearing UArizona onesie

Kevin McCaffrey ’02 welcomed daughter Marlee Mae McCaffrey on Jan. 22, 2022. She is already showing off her Wildcat pride.

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Photo Spotlight

A star-birthing region in the Carina Nebula

NASA’s astounding images of our universe, captured through four sophisticated cameras aboard the James Webb Space Telescope, reached viewers on July 12, sparking widespread awe. The Cosmic Cliffs, glimmering and angular, sit along the fringes of a star-birthing region in the Carina Nebula. And though you’d have to travel 7,500 light years to reach them, this image began in Tucson: UArizona Regents Professor Marcia Rieke leads the team that built, tested and operates Webb’s Near Infrared Camera, or NIRCam. She is one of 21 UArizona astronomers assisting the telescope’s sojourn into distant space.

/ Photo courtesy of NASA, ESA, CSA, and STScI