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The Razorback Yearbook Is Hiring for Coming Year
The Razorback yearbook is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 staff. Writers, photographers and designers are needed. All majors are welcome to apply.
Main Hill Media is Hiring
Main Hill Media, a full-service student-run creative advertising agency on campus, is looking to fill staffing positions for the coming school year.
Libraries Digitize First Issues of Arkansas Traveler Student Newspaper
The University Libraries have digitized the first issues of the Arkansas Traveler student newspaper from 1907 to 1947.
Student Media Director and Journalism Faculty Member Named Top-10 Educator
Crain's NewsPro magazine named Robyn M. Starling-Ledbetter, director of student media and instructor of journalism, one of the top journalism educators of the year.
UATV Seeking Anchor Applications From Students
UATV is seeking anchors for its newscasts and will hold an anchor clinic to explain the process from 3-5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26, in the UATV studio on the northwest corner of Kimpel Hall.
U of A's Arkansas International Literary Journal Issue 5 Release and Reading
On Nov. 1, the biannual literary journal will host a reading and release party for their fifth issue as a part of Fayetteville's True Lit fest.
Alumni Issue Challenge for Yearbook Digitization Fundraiser
University of Arkansas alumni Jeff and Margo Germany have issued a challenge gift for the yearbook digitization fundraiser, which is trying to raise $11,000.
Office of Admissions Launches #ARGoestoCollege Campaign
The University of Arkansas Office of Admissions will host a live Q&A event on Oct. 18 for Arkansas students and their families.
Libraries Launch Fundraiser for Yearbook Digitization Project
University Libraries and The Razorback yearbook staff are raising funds to digitize more than 100 years worth of Cardinal and Razorback yearbooks. You can help.
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.