The department of Diversity and Training held a “Race Matters” seminar to discuss the racial differences on campus Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Democratic Arkansas state Sen. Joyce Elliott challenged Republican U.S. Rep. French Hill on healthcare and taxes Monday, Oct. 12. Senate candidate Ricky Dale Harrington Jr. (L), answered a panel of journalists alone on Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Due to the pandemic, cancellation of study abroad programs for spring 2020 semester, summer 2020, fall 2020 semester and outgoing exchange students for spring 2021 semester has plagued UCA. However, there are high hopes for the program’s future.
Allison Vetter-Democrat is running against Jake Moss- Republican for justice of peace for District 13. District 13 encompasses most of West Conway and Donnell Ridge.
UCA Board of Trustees Chair Pastor Cornell Maltbia greets the crowd in front of the soon-to-be Windgate Center for Fine and Performing Arts on Friday, Oct. 9. As part of the groundbreaking ceremony, UCA acknowledged the Windgate Foundation for their $20 million dollar donation towards the co…
Leading scholars on Asia and public health from around the nation came together to debunk misinformation about China and origins of the coronavirus in the first segment of a four part series “Teaching China in the Age of COVID-19.”
With a new author course designed to delve into the works of Jane Austen, UCA is, hopefully, beginning to turn in a new direction and explore the voices of women in literature.
Rising distrust for police has made resources, such as UCA’s non-emergency number, crucial to reducing fear among students and aiding those who have anxiety about calling police an executive member of UCA’s Social Justice Committee said.
The Student Health Center partnered with the Arkansas Department of Health on Thursday, Sept. 10 to provide students, faculty and staff with free COVID-19 tests.
The Log Cabin Democrat, Faulkner County’s local newspaper, has faced many challenges due to COVID-19 Jeannette Anderton, the Editor told the Echo. Some of the more significant changes included furloughing sports employees and other employees working remotely until May 26.
The 50,000 Bammie masks that UCA ordered for students and faculty are now “strongly discouraged” according to a new mask directive by the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH).