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UA On the Move Wants Your Opinions on Campus Transportation
Workshop, pop-ups and walk-about will all offer opportunities to meet and discuss transportation issues with planners.
Razorback Parkour to Sponsor Humans Versus Zombies
Students can sign up for a campuswide, week-long game of tag April 13-18 of Humans vs. Zombies. Players will be wearing orange bandanas.
Sam's Club Communications Team Provides Mentoring to Journalism Students
Two communication professionals at Sam's Club have partnered with the Department of Journalism to create a mentoring program for senior-level advertising and public relations students.
Arkansas Leads SEC and Ranks 11th Nationally in Learfield Sports Directors Cup Standings
An NCAA Championship from the Razorback women’s indoor track and field team and a top-three national finish by the men’s team has vaulted the U of A to 11th in the 2014-15 Learfield Sports Directors Cup.
Honors College to Host 'April Fool's Day' Concert by the Lyrique Quintette
For music lovers who enjoy spring – and a surprise or two – the Honors College is hosting an April Fool's Day Concert (really!) at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in the honors wing of Ozark Hall.
Holi: Festival of Colors to Be Held on April 4 by Hindu Students Association
The Hindu Students Association invites all U of A students to come celebrate this festival from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at Wilson Park.
Tulip Extravaganza Continues, Other Spring Activities Planned at Garvan Woodland Gardens
Garvan Woodland Gardens continues to welcome the return of spring with a host of activities and events during the month of April.
Authors Visit University to Discuss Past and Present Race Issues in America
Sharon Morgan and Thomas DeWolf will discuss issues of race addressed in their award-winning biography and memoir, Gather at the Table, from 2-3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 2, in Donald W. Reynolds Auditorium.
April New Faculty Lunch Discussion
The next New Faculty Lunch Discussion will be Tuesday, April 7, and Wednesday, April 8, with discussion about the value and expectations of students who want to be mentored.
Student Tickets Still Available to Hear Watergate Reporter Bob Woodward
Free tickets are available to students until Friday, April 3, for the Thursday, April 9, lecture.
Human Resources Launches Redesigned Website
The new website offers new navigation, ways to quickly identify and contact human resource experts, and related forms and documents conveniently linked from every topic page.
Lecture on 'The Politics of Exorcism' on Wednesday, April 15
Peter Lake of Vanderbilt University will lecture on "The Politics of Exorcism in Post-Reformation England" at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, in JBHT 144.