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Come 'Take Back the Night' on April 25
The University of Arkansas will hold the 17th annual "Take Back the Night" march on Thursday, April 25, starting at the Fayetteville Square and marching to Old Main on campus.
Rahim AlHaj Trio Brings Middle Eastern Music to Faulker Center April 19
AlHaj, an Iraqi refugee and master of the oud, will give a lecture on his musical and political struggles April 18 at the Fayetteville Public Library.
Office of Diversity and Inclusion Celebrates 25 Years at Walton College
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion in Walton College hosted an award ceremony and reception at the Chancellor Hotel in Fayetteville to mark its 25th anniversary at the U of A.
Former First Lady Laura Bush to Speak as Distinguished Lecturer
Laura Bush, former first lady and an advocate for literacy, education and women’s rights will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday at Bud Walton Arena.
Gift From Behavior University to Help Train Service Providers for Children With Autism
Training service paraprofessionals to work with children who have autism will get a boost from Behavior University, an organization dedicated to creating exceptional education experiences for students.
African and African American Studies Program Graduate Fellows Research Symposium
The African and African American Studies Program hosts the 2019 Graduate Fellows Research Symposium from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, at Memorial Hall 230.
'In Our Shoes' Design Thinking Workshop for Honors Students Highlights Inclusive Design
Fourteen honors students worked with Beth Tauke of the State University of New York at Buffalo to create a public awareness campaign on how inclusive design affects accessibility.
Get in the Zone at the Multicultural Center in the Arkansas Union
The Zone in the Multicultural Center is a room where students, faculty, and staff members can take time out of their busy day to reflect, pray, meditate, or just take a few minutes for themselves.
'Viva Zapata' Film Screens April 11 at Pryor Center as Part of Exhibit Event Series
Viva Zapata was directed by Elia Kazan and stars Marlon Brando, Jean Peters and Anthony Quinn. A free screening of the 1952 film will be given at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 11, at the Pryor Center.
Bilingual Community Celebration Examines 'Zapata's Legacy Today' at Pryor Center on April 6
The celebration will feature music and folksongs, games and crafts for children, food and fun at the Pryor Center from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 6.