November 7, 2023 / Modified apr 1, 2024 12:44 p.m.

University of Arizona Homecoming 2023

AZPM took part in the "Wildcat for Life Tailgate" on the Mall before the homecoming football game.

The University of Arizona celebrated the "spirit of wonder" during Homecoming 2023. This year, university departments and units contributed to an immersive experience during the Wildcat for Life Tailgate on Nov. 4, before the Wildcats took on the Bruins.

For its interactive portion, AZPM provided a piece of the past in the form of vintage broadcast equipment and a look into the future with a glimpse of The Paul and Alice Baker Center for Public Media. There was also a tent set up with additional information.

homecoming 2023 1 Greg Gutierrez and AC Swedbergh think about how to set up AZPM's equipment for the interactive portion of the "Wildcat for Life" Homecoming Tailgate on November 4.

homecoming 2023 2 AC Swedbergh and Anthony Duvall finish setting up a broadcast monitor and mixer for the "Wildcat for Life" homecoming tailgate on November 4.

homecoming 2023 3 A description of the equipment on display during the 2023 "Wildcat for Life" homecoming tailgate.
homecoming 2023 4 A composite broadcast monitor and 16-channel mixer make up AZPM's portion of the immersive homecoming experience during the "Wildcat for Life" tailgate on November 4.

homecoming 2023 5 Melissa Rios and Susan Koza in the AZPM tent on the mall during the "Wildcat for Life" Homecoming Tailgate on November 4.

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