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When Is It OK to Say No?
Professors David Joliffe, Lisa Hinrichsen and Toni Jensen will discuss responsibilities that university employees may be asked to take on as part of their new careers
One Book, One Community Events Explore the Immigrant Experience
A locally produced play and a panel discussion on the local impact of “Dreamers” expand on themes of this year’s One Book selection.
One Book, One Community Hosts Play Based on Local Latin/x Experiences
Latin/x Youth Theatre Project returns with two expanded, encore performances of FOLLOW ME@TIO SAM, Oct 19 and 20.
Poet Kaveh Akbar Kicks Off 2017 True Lit Festival
The Program in Creative Writing and Translation will host Iranian American poet Kaveh Akbar as the 2017 Arkansas International Featured Reader at the True Lit Fayetteville Literary Festival.
Abigail Walker Selected as September's Student Leader of the Month
Abigail Walker, an English major from Fayetteville, has been selected as the Student Leader of the Month for September.
Honors College to Host Robert Cochran Lecture on Outsider Art
Robert Cochran, a renowned scholar of folklore, will give a lecture titled "Triumph in Rags: At Play with Outsider Artists" at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, in Gearhart Hall Auditorium.
As Sweet as 'Dumpster Honey,' New Short Talks Features Poet and Professor Davis McCombs
In the latest edition of the podcast Short Talks from the Hill, Davis McCombs, poet, professor and director of the program in creative writing and translation, reads three elegiac poems about his life in the Ozarks.
Scholar and New York Times Columnist to Speak on 'Charisma In American History'
Professor Molly Worthen of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will deliver a talk titled "Charisma in American History, from the Puritans to Trump" on Friday, Oct. 6, at Gearhart Hall.
Douglas Bristol to Lecture on Success Secrets of 19th-Century Black Barbers
Professor Douglas Bristol will be participating in a class discussion at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 26, in CHEM 144, with several barbers from Skillz Unlimited Barbershop in Springdale.
"Lights! Camera! Arkansas!" Comes to Crystal Bridges Summer Film Series
U of A faculty to present an in-depth look at movies with an Arkansas connection, from the artful to the awful.