International Student Bazaar in front of Mullins Library ca. 1982, University Relations Photographs (MC1302), Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries.
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African-American Students Wear Suits to Campus in Show of Solidarity

In response to national race relations and instances of police brutality across the country, a group of African-American male students decided Thursday to dictate themselves how they were going to be portrayed in the eyes of their peers. More...

Girls Scout brings traditions of Marshall Islands to Shiloh Museum

It's official. The culture of the Marshall Islanders who have moved to Springdale is now a recorded part of the city's history, thanks to a 14-year-old Girl Scout."Marshallese Celebrations: From the Atolls to the Ozarks" opened Monday at the Shiloh Museum More...

Motown the Musical coming to Walton Arts Center

Motown the Musical tells the true story behind the beat that changed minds, touched lives and made history. Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations - Motown the Musical shows how these legendary artists More...

Visit Mullins Library to View Let There Be Light, 100 Black Men

The University Libraries, in collaboration with Andrew Kilgore and Compassion Fayetteville, present 30 portraits from Let There Be Light, 100 Black Men. The exhibit is on view now through October in Mullins Library. More...

Pacific Islander Mental Health

Therapists, social workers, scientists and community advocates gathered at the UAMS Northwest campus Tuesday in Fayetteville to hear research scientists Nia Aitaoto and Andrew Subica discuss Pacific Islander mental health issues and cultural competency. More...

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