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Severe Storm Damages Turfgrass Research, Cancels Field Day
A brief but violent storm that swept through Fayetteville on Monday, damaging turfgrass research structures at the Arkansas Agricultural Research and Extension Center.
Section of Garland Street Closed for Construction
Portions of resident reserved parking lot 50 will also be closed from July 17-24.
Library Storage Facility Now in Use; Mullins Renovation Set for 2019
New high-density library storage facility solves storage problems while meeting growing demand for space and access to electronic records.
U of A is Creating Natural Trails on the Oak Ridge Hillside
Students will soon get the opportunity to commune with nature on their walks to and from class.
Arkansas Union Opens Mascot-Themed Rooms
Over the past two months, staff members of the Arkansas Union have made major improvements to meeting rooms on the fifth floor of the building with a mascot theme in mind. WPS.
Sections of Maple Street and Stadium Drive Closed to Traffic Starting Monday
The Administration Building and parking lot will still be accessible while Maple Street is closed for construction from June 25-Aug. 8.
Health Center Parking Lot 29 Closed for Construction; Pedestrian Access Unavailable Through August
Lot 29 west of Pat Walker Health Center will be closed to pedestrian and vehicular traffic until Aug. 5. Parking is available in the Garland Parking Facility.
School of Art Announces Selection of Architecture Teams
The architecture firms HGA and MAHG Architecture have been selected to develop the Windgate Art and Design District in Fayetteville.
Summer parking modifications are approved
A number of construction projects on campus at the University of Arkansas during the summer months will close certain parking areas to motorists.
U of A and City of Fayetteville Join to Support Renewable Energy Project
The Wind Catcher Energy Connection Project is using wind turbines in Oklahoma to generate and transmit electricity to Northwest Arkansas.