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Libraries Digitize All University of Arkansas Yearbooks
Thanks to project donors and the University of Arkansas Libraries, more than a century of yearbooks, all of them from 1897 through 2018, are now available online, free of charge.
Journalism Master's Student Has Refereed Paper Accepted at International Convention
Brooke Borgognoni's research surveying student-run agencies at other campuses also informed the successful launch of the U of A student advertising agency, Main Hill Media.
Journalism Students Report on Homelessness for National Project
Undergraduates Katy Seiter, Michael Adkison, Abbi Ross, Brooke Tomlin and Elena Ramirez, and graduate students Matthew Moore, Whitney King and Mary Morgan Ellis contributed to the reporting.
Savannah Miller to Host New UATV Sunday Show; Chancellor Steinmetz First Guest
Savannah Miller, news director for UATV News, will talk with U of A Chancellor Joe Steinmetz on a new social media series, Sundays with Sav.
Full Access Digital New York Times Subscriptions Coming to U of A Students, Faculty and Staff
U of A students, faculty and staff will soon receive subscriptions for full access to The New York Times website, thanks to the Associated Student Government's Student Program Allocations Board.
Project Update: Razorback Yearbook Digitization
University Libraries raised funds to digitize every U of A yearbook, from the original Cardinal to the current Razorback. Thanks to project donors, volumes from 1879-1949 are now available online.
Libraries Event, Exhibit Shine Spotlight on Student Media During Archives Month
The public is invited to join the University Libraries and the School of Journalism and Strategic Media for an Archives Month event Tuesday, Oct. 29 in Mullins Library.
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.