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UA School of Social Work Honor Society Wins National Award

By Kristen Coppola Lemke Newsroom The UA School of Social Work is attracting national attention after the Xi Epsilon chapter of Phi Alpha honor society for social work was chosen as one of four chapters to win 2012 service awards. Xi Epsilon was chosen from among nearly 400 Phi Alpha chapters across the nation. “The […]

UA Finance Graduate’s Artwork Exhibited on Campus

By Nick Brothers Lemke Newsroom A UA graduate’s artwork can be seen on display beginning Wednesday as a part of the new art exhibit at the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery, and it will be open for public viewing from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays through Sept. 28. An opening reception for the artist is […]

ASG Voting Turnout Stays the Same

By Miranda Campbell Lemke Newsroom Student participation in the ongoing ASG senate elections is expected to be about the same as last year, a UA official said. Through noon Wednesday more than 1,354 votes had been counted, with Fulbright, Walton and the Graduate and Law Schools in the lead for the highest student participation, said […]

Walton College Dean Appoints Leadership Team

By Kristen Coppola LEMKE NEWSROOM Three faculty members were appointed into interim administrative positions in August by the dean of the Walton College of Business. Eli Jones appointed Gary Ferrier as interim associate dean for undergraduate studies, Bill Curington as interim chair of the department of economics and Amy Farmer as interim co-chair of the […]

University Officials Respond to Rape Report

By Mason Carr LEMKE NEWSROOM UA students received e-mails around 4 a.m. Sunday titled “Timely Warning” four hours after a student reported she was raped in lot 14 near Gregg Avenue. The attacker was not found. The warning was e-mailed through the UA emergency notification system, RazAlert. The 4 a.m. warning was the first information […]

School of Architecture Wins Three National Architecture Awards

By Nick Brothers LEMKE NEWSROOM A university record number of three national American Architecture awards were given to the Fay Jones School of Architecture by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, a school official said. For their excellence in design, two awards were announced for went to the UA Community Design Center for […]

Hispanic Heritage Month Kicks-off on UA Campus

By Sarah Villegas LEMKE NEWSROOM Hispanic Heritage month on the U of A campus got an early start on Friday Aug. 31 with an Afro-Brazilian cultural and religious demonstration, but the university is continuing to celebrate Hispanic culture with a series of events this week, and throughout the month. The Latin American and Latino studies […]

UAPD Continues Search for Rape Suspect

UA police continue to pursue leads to identify the suspect involved in the reported rape of a student on campus between 12:10 a.m. and 12:20 a.m. Sunday morning.

Local Officials Recognize Mental Illness Awareness

By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Lemke Newsroom A candlelight vigil and a speech by the mayor of Fayetteville marked the beginning of national Mental Illness Awareness Week. More than 150 people attended the event Sunday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, where Mayor Lioneld Jordan welcomed mental health professionals from around northwest Arkansas to speak about […]