New Exhibits Open on Campus This Month
RazorBACK to the 90's exhibit case, featuring UA memorabilia, including a University Barbie.
Two new exhibits are now open on campus.
RazorBACK to the 90's, located on the second floor of Silas H. Hunt Hall, opened earlier this month and features the university's accomplishments and innovations in the 1990s. A wide selection of university memorabilia and other artifacts from the University of Arkansas Museum provides a quirky and vibrant look at this particular decade in U of A history. Mariah McElroy, a graduate assistant at the U of A Museum, designed and implemented the exhibit. It will be on display for one year.
In the Arkansas Union, the U of A Museum and Arkansas Archeological Survey teamed up for a new display on the fourth floor. The display accompanies the permanent exhibit which already resides there, Arkansas Native Americans. Once a year, a new interpretative theme and artifacts are incorporated into the display cases.
The new theme explores Native American storytelling through regional archeological materials from the U of A Museum: "The entirety of human history is comprised of a series of stories. ... It is in these stories, both big and small, where we find who we have been and who we are today." The exhibit opens today and will also be on display for one year.
Laurel Lamb, curator
University of Arkansas Museum
Chancellor Joe Steinmetz and Big Red wish the U of A community a relaxing and safe Spring Break this week.
The Arkansas Alpha chapter of Tau Beta Pi received the Chapter Excellence Award, the Chapter Project Award, and Honorable Mention for the R.H. Nagel Most Improved Chapter Award.
The Teacher Education Career Fair is for all students seeking employment opportunities within the education industry. It will be from 3:30-5:30 p.m. April 2 at the Arkansas Union Verizon Ballroom.
The University of Arkansas Computer Store, located at 616 N. Garland Ave., is offering a limited time deal on the Microsoft Surface Pro. Buy in-store and save money with the educational bundle.
The UARK Human Library will utilize interactive storytelling as a platform to learn about the experiences and perspectives of individuals with compelling personal narratives. Sign up now.