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I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for CMNH!
On March 6, members of Phi Mu and a young guest named Grady held an ice cream party at Andy's to celebrate Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
CSES Grad Students Host Successful Farm to Table 5K
Despite the below freezing temperatures and snow, 50 runners came to Agri Park and raised over $1,200 for the Full Circle Campus Food Pantry and the CSES Grad Student Club.
A.L. Chilton Foundation Gift Supports EMPOWER Special Education Program
The Dallas-based foundation’s $500,000 gift will endow and support two scholarships for students with cognitive disabilites.
U of A's 'Party With a Purpose' Sets New Record for Participation and Giving
“All In for Arkansas” raised $433,744 for students, faculty and programs across campus and set a new record for the number of gifts.
Fayetteville Couple's Campaign Gift Creates Scholarships in Engineering, Art
Robert “Wayne” and Joanne Jones are contributing $200,000 to the U of A to support student scholarships through a planned gift.
It's Time to Go "All In" for the U of A
Today, the University of Arkansas celebrates its 147th birthday with "All In for Arkansas," a party with a purpose that includes fundraising support for all areas of campus.
Advance Arkansas Scholarships Make College More Affordable for Arkansans
New Short Takes video highlights the impact of these new scholarships through the stories of some of the first recipients.
Get Ready to Go 'All In' Next Week
The University of Arkansas will begin its 147th birthday celebration with the launch of "All In for Arkansas" at 6 a.m. Wednesday, April 4, and continue for 1,871 minutes.
Arkansas International Benefit Featuring Ozakwaaba
The literary journal, The Arkansas International, will have a benefit featuring music by afropop and reggae band Ozakwaaba at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at Stage 18 in Fayetteville.
Johnson Fellowship Promotes Diversity in Creative Writing and Translation
New York couple’s appreciation for the literary arts, social justice and civil rights has inspired a graduate fellowship for Fulbright College.