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Getting caught up and distracted by life is incredibly easy for college students. However, senior Taylor Tennison has made it a priority to take time, give back and prioritize what is actually important.

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Sophomore Yasmine Robinson [far left] got a pancake made of her and her friend during the Dancakes event. The artists draw the pancakes in layers; then flip the cooked pancake over for a big reveal. (photo by Marley Cash-Powell)

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Ben Seidman finds ways to combine his gifts of magic and comedy by creating exciting and interactive shows for his audiences. Many of Seidman’s magic tricks had audience members participate by doing things like making a phone call, coming on stage and getting pickpocketed, or checking their …

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Missouri native Sara Evans will perform  in Reynolds Performance Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 20, 2019. Evans current tour features songs from “Words,” her eighth studio album. The title comes from her love of lyrics and the emotional storytelling power they hold.

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In a world where instances of hate, judgement, and mental health issues are seen within society everyday, one UCA student works to spread kindness, acceptance, and a smile wherever she goes. 

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Sororities and fraternities across the UCA campus came together on August 19 to show off their dance moves, as well as what their chapter is all about, for incoming freshmen and those who are interested in joining their greek family.

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UCA’s Student Government Association (SGA) and Aramark dining services are gearing up to launch a new initiative to cut down the amount of styrofoam waste that goes in and out of the Christian Cafeteria’s door every day.

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On August 10, UCA students made their walk into the world after receiving their diplomas at the commencement ceremony for summer 2019 graduates in the Farris Center.

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The fall semester will soon begin and there are many opportunities for students to become more involved with campus life.

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UCA’s Occupational Therapy Department hosted an art show in collaboration with the Conway Human Development Center on July 26. The show displayed works by 16 CHDC residents who worked alongside the occupational therapy students to practice their socialization skills.

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After a recent bill's approval by the Arkansas senate that revised the freedom of speech policy for public universities in Arkansas, UCA will soon allow free speech practices in all areas of campus without restrictions.

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After personalizing and making changes to the Engage platform based on student feedback, the University of Central Arkansas has decided to transition from OrgSync to a new platform called CubConnect.