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Sale of Surplus Razorback Furniture
The university will sell surplus Razorback furniture from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Kimpel Hall to Be Closed for Electrical Repairs Dec. 18 to Jan. 7
No faculty, staff, students or visitors will be allowed in the building until the construction project is completed.
Tyson Family Adds $1 Million Gift During Dedication of Iconic Research Building
John Tyson, chairman of Tyson Foods, announced a new gift during dedication ceremonies for the new Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences.
Facilities Management Chili Cook-off a Tasty Friday Fund Raiser
The third annual Chili Cook-off on Nov. 17 will feature 28 entrees with all donations going to the U of A United Way campaign.
Bake and Craft Sale, Online Fund Drive to Help "United We Win" Campaign
Facilities Management staff will hold their sale today from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; $1 United drive will start Oct. 24.
University Libraries Break Ground on High-Density Storage Facility
The new high-density storage facility, using cross-laminated timber for construction, will provide a climate-controlled environment for 1.8 million volumes when filled to capacity.
U of A Parking and Transit Has Installed New Parking Meters on Campus
Biggest change for customers will be that they enter their license plate number instead of the parking space number.
Build We Must: U of A Landscape Continues to Grow and Change
Some campus construction projects are complete, others are works in progress, and still more are set to begin this semester.
National Center Expanding Due to Success of Centers
The Center for GRid-connected Advanced Power Electronic Systems and newly formed sister centers have created a need for expansion of testing facilities at the Arkansas Technology Park.
Parking Lot Changes, New Parking Fees and Rules Are Now in Effect on Campus
Changes are being made to accommodate new campus construction, approved fee increases and a new permit system.