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VeoRide Celebrates One-Year, Eyes 100,000 Rides
Riders have clocked more than 18,000 miles during the first year with no injuries reported.
Landscape Architecture Students Convert Dickson Street Parking Space Into Temporary 'Parklet'
Landscape architecture students in the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design are working with community members to reinvent a metered parking space as a temporary community park.
SOOIE Of the Month Awards
Members of the campus community can nominate a deserving RSO event, member, or advisor for one of SOOIE's "Of the Month" awards.
Family Weekend 2019
This weekend is Family Weekend, which unites thousands of Razorback parents, students, alumni and guests on campus for a weekend of university traditions and Razorback pride.
Baum-Walker Parking Lots Closure Starting Sunday
The annual Bikes, Blues, and BBQ will be using both the East and West lots by Baum-Walker Stadium beginning Sunday, Sept. 22. Any unauthorized vehicles need to be removed.
State of the University Address Set For Tuesday, Oct. 1
Chancellor Joe Steinmetz will deliver his annual State of the University address Oct. 1, at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
Honors College Lecture Explores the Origins and Legacies of the Gothic
Dean Lynda Coon and associate professor of architecture Kim Sexton will discuss the movement’s impacts on politics, economics and society.
English Professor Publishes Article on #MeToo and Responding to Gender-Based Violence
An article by Jo Hsu, assistant professor of English, is the lead essay in a special issue — "The #MeToo Moment: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist" — of the Women's Studies in Communication journal.
Joshua Byron Smith to Give Invited Talk at Cambridge
Joshua Byron Smith, associate professor of English and director of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, will discuss Welsh saints during an invited talk at the University of Cambridge next week.
Music Professor Receives Artists 360 Award
Lia Uribe, associate professor of music, will use her grant to produce and record music for bassoon written by contemporary composers who represent marginalized minorities in Latin America and the U.S.