Cardinal Nights: Be There
Razorbacks! Get ready for the last UARK Cardinal Nights of the semester!
New Student & Family Programs invites the UofA campus community to the final UARK Cardinal Nights of the semester on Friday, April 27 from 8 p.m. until midnight! Come ready to dance the stress of the semester away in our black light themed event. They will have tons of glow-in-the-dark activities for you to participate in. For the competitors out there, join in on our life size Hungry Hungry Hippo game or take a chance on our Hillbilly Wipe-Out inflatable. Twist it up on our inflatable twister or, you can mix it up on our black light paint station.
So grab a bite to eat, win prizes, and enjoy all that Cardinal Nights has to offer. Free T-shirts will also be available!
Cardinal Nights is a student led and funded late night programming board that focuses on developing high-quality programs. Admission is free to all students, faculty and staff. Persons requiring special services related to disabilities are asked to call 479-575-5002 in advance to make proper accommodations. For more information on Cardinal Nights, visit cardinalnights.uark.edu or contact Vincent Phillips at email@example.com.
Vincent Philips, coordinator of leadership and late night
New Student and Family Programs
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