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Chancellor Meets With Students, Shares Questions, Answers and Ideas
Students came to the meeting prepared to ask questions and ready to learn the answers.
New Exhibits Open on Campus This Month
An exhibit on the U of A Razorbacks during the 1990s is on display at Silas Hunt Hall, and a second exhibit about Arkansas Native Americans is on display in the Arkansas Union.
Swap Till You Drop Feb. 18-22
Swap Till You Drop will be an opportunity to donate your clean, gently-used clothes and trade them for a new wardrobe from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Febr. 18-22 in Arkansas Union room 201.
'A View from the Ridge' Features Native American Family's Complex History
A Faulkner Center event showcases readings from Mary Kathryn Nagle’s play Sovereignty, along with an expert-led conversation on Feb. 18.
The Challenges of Studying Snakes is Topic of U of A Museum Lecture
J. D. Willson, associate professor of biological sciences will discuss snakes and their secrets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21.
Student-Led Band, the Honey Collective, Performing, Producing and Recording Music
Honey Collective, a band created and produced by University of Arkansas students, will be performing several upcoming gigs in Fayetteville throughout February and March.
Free Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshops for Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni
The McMillon Innovation Studio and the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation will offer a series of workshops and services to students, faculty, staff and alumni this spring.
Arkansas Stories Use Objects and Places to Bring History to Life
A new series exploring Arkansas’ fascinating history of human interaction kicks off Feb. 18 with a Cherokee Confederate’s heirlooms.
Chancellor Invites Students to Chat, Share Ideas About Campus Today
Students are invited to an informal discussion with Chancellor Steinmetz about student life, campus ideas and other interests at 5 p.m. today, Feb. 13, at Hillside Auditorium.
Sweet Chariot Program Explores Underground Railroad History
Walk through and observe artifacts such as letters, maps, pictures, hymnals, quilts and historical information about the Underground Railroad, as well as engage with professors and scholars.