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Department of Music to Begin Living Room Concert Series
The Department of Music will bring concerts directly to the public with their Living Room Concert Series, starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 22, on their Facebook page.
Second Annual Fayetteville Jazz Festival Goes Virtual
The U of A Community Music School and the Institute for Creative Music are hosting the second annual Fayetteville Jazz Festival this year as a virtual event, free on YouTube on April 24-25.
U of A's 'One Book, One Community' 2020 Book Selection Announced
The 12th annual book selection highlights the connection between culture and food with a fascinating interpretation by chef Edward Lee.
Virtual Film Festival Available to the University Community Through UREC Outdoors
University Recreation is sponsoring a screening of the No Man's Land Film Festival on April 16. Members of the university community will have access to view the festival for 24 hours.
Lansden Named Senior Director of Development for Engineering
Bill Lansden joins the College of Engineering from Virginia Tech, where he served as senior associate athletic director, focusing on fundraising.
U of A Nursing Student to Appear on Wheel of Fortune During 'College Week Spring Break'
Lauren Vlach, a senior in the Ele_nor M_nn School of Nursing, will appear on Wheel of Fortune this coming Monday. "Pat, I'd like to buy an A."
SHE Festival Brings Women in Contemporary Music Concert
The SHE Festival to present the Women in Contemporary Music Concert with the Arkansas Soul Band at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, at the UA Black Box Theatre on the Fayetteville Square.
U of A Student Rock Band Releases EP
Four Department of Music guitar students who formed local rock band Elephantom released an EP entitled "Change in the Tides" on Feb. 29.
Hall of Fame Songwriter Performs as U of A McIlroy Family Visiting Professor
Award-winning songwriter Randy Goodrum will perform a free show at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center on April 30.
Postponed: Pryor Center Presents 'Ozark Tales and Abstractions'
Event Postoned: The Pryor Center Presents lecture series continues with Marlon Blackwell, FAIA, who will present 'Ozark Tales and Abstractions.'