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LatinX Heritage Month Scavenger Hunt
LatinX Heritage Month First Friday is an event that will highlight each Latin American country with knowledgeable presentations and language classes via a scavenger hunt this Friday.
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrated With Virtual Events for 2020
Hispanic Heritage Month provides an opportunity to learn and celebrate the vastness of Latin culture and the achievements and contribution of Latinx individuals across the world.
Middle East Discussion Group to Meet Virtually for Fall 2020
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate in Majlis, a weekly informal discussion group on the Middle East. Discussion is open to anyone interested in the Middle East and North Africa.
Campus Cousin Program Pairs Domestic and International Students
The Office of International Students and Scholars is seeking students for the university's iFriend program, which pairs domestic students with international students to learn more about each other's culture.
Honors College Forum to Feature Lectures by Black Activists
Charles Robinson, the interim provost and professor of history, will revisit the era when Black activists on campus launched the campus newspaper BAD Times in an Honors College Forum.
U of A to Celebrate Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in September
The month will be highlighted by a kickoff event on Wednesday, Sept. 2, weekly book discussions hosted by the Walton College of Business, and numerous networking events.
Bumpers College Asking Students to Participate in Diversity and Inclusion Virtual Forum
The Bumpers Student Forum on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is for students of color to share experiences and expectations for diversity, inclusion and change within Bumpers College. It will be July 30.
Northwest Arkansas Juneteenth Committee Announces Date of Virtual Celebration
The University of Arkansas African American Resource Group and the Office for Diversity and Inclusion will host a virtual Juneteenth celebration event 7-9 p.m. Friday, June 19, via Facebook Live.
Renowned Vocalist Farah Siraj Featured in 'FPAC Live' Digital Series July 24
Internationally renowned vocalist Farah Siraj will discuss her new music with Nicole Leachman, managing director of the Faulkner Center, at 3 p.m. (CDT) Friday, July 24, via the FPAC Facebook page.
Theatre Alumni and Students Bring Live 'Curbside Theatre' to Patrons During COVID-19
Curbside Theatre is a new spin on presenting live performance: you stay inside and the performers come to you. It's like delivery pizza, but better for the heart.