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Changes in Global Recycling Market Impacts U of A Recycling Program
Changes in the international market for recycled material have affected the U of A’s ability to recycle glass and some plastics.
Major Construction Projects Will Affect Traffic and Parking This Summer
Improvements will result in temporary street and parking lot closings, detours and other inconveniences for staff, faculty and students.
U of A Uses Education and Prevention to Protect Its Natural Gas Pipeline
The University of Arkansas owns and maintains a natural gas pipeline, and staff regularly participate in safety procedure exercises and awareness campaigns to promote safety in the campus and community.
SEFOR Cleanup Work Finished, U of A Awaiting Final Approval From State
University and EnergySolutions officials met with members of the Strickler community to make the announcement.
Campus Safety Reminders for Drivers, Bikers and Walkers
The streets and sidewalks on campus are crowded and busy -- use extra caution however you're traveling.
One Lane of a Section of Gregg Avenue Will be Closed from Feb. 16-March 4
The southbound lane of Gregg Avenue between Maple Street and Reagan Street will be closed to traffic from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.
Budget Summation Shows How High Costs Come With Transit and Parking Services
New parking garages are estimated to cost about $24,000 per space, not including the land or maintenance costs.
Residence Halls Named for Professors Emeriti Margaret Clark, Gordon Morgan
Margaret Clark and Gordon Morgan were the first African American professors on campus and have continued to serve the campus and community in retirement.
Food Pantry Closes for Remodeling
Beginning Monday, volunteers will empty the pantry to prepare for new paint, floor cleaning, new lights and new shelving that will increase storage by up to 40 percent.