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U of A Libraries Announce Native American Guest Speaker Series

Elizabeth Toombs will present It Lives in Stories: Cherokee Storytelling in the Arts at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Helen Walton Robson Reading Room in Mullins Library. The presentation will examine the intersection of Cherokee storytelling and More...

Honors College Celebrates Black History Month With Lecture on Race

With Black History Month entering its first day, a lecture called “Race: Rediscovered, Unresolved,” was held by the vice chancellor for Student Affairs who is also a professor of history.The lecture was a preview to the Honors College Signature More...

Fayetteville leaders put focus on inclusion at start of Black History Month

It was right for the School Board on May 21, 1954, to vote unanimously for all schools to admit black students, Superintendent Matthew Wendt said.The Fayetteville board decision was made four days after the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. More...

Increased Support of PRIDE Education Scholarship Creates Three Scholarships

The first of its kind in the SEC, the PRIDE Education Scholarship has been in existence for two years and has raised over $50,000 for students, a creator of the scholarship said.The scholarship was created by John Berry, who previously worked at the More...

New Native American Storytelling Exhibits on Display in Mullins Library

Three new exhibits with a common theme of Native American storytelling can now be seen in Mullins Library at the University of Arkansas. One exhibit features artwork created by three Native American artists, another features Native American objects from More...

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