Staff Senate Picnic Is Today

The Staff Senate Picnic is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today, Thursday, May 19, at the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Gate 15.

Join us for a free barbecue lunch including hot dogs, pulled pork, grilled chicken and sides as well as ice cream, dessert bars and drinks. Vegetarian options will be available. Visit with colleagues and vendors from the local community. Win prizes, get giveaways and more.  

The bus will run every 15-20 minutes with stops at the following locations:

  • Gate 16 Razorback Stadium

  • Pat Walker Health Center 

  • Waterman Hall

  • Pi Phi Gate / Old Main

  • Grad Ed

  • Bell Engineering 

  • Harmon Avenue Garage

  • Gibson Hall

  • Fine Arts / AR Union



Staff Senate Picnic,
Staff Senate


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