UCA Bookstore District Manager T.J. McDonald took questions and concerns from faculty members at the Faculty Senate’s first meeting of this year Feb. 10.
Christina Munoz will be leaving her anchor spot at Little Rock ABC affiliate KATV-7 to take a position at UCA as the new Associate Vice President for Communications, Public Relations and Marketing.
According to Bill Doshier, UCA adjunct instructor of marketing and president of dotStrategy, the largest change for the internet since its inception is right around the corner — and he’s helping to lead the charge.
As the trial involving former UCA Chief of Staff Jack Gillean draws closer, his attorneys have yet again filed a motion to seal filings.
The basement of the Student Center was briefly turned into a water-park yesterday. Sadly, this was not planned. Yesterday’s flood was the result of faulty equipment, according to a faculty worker who prefers to remain anonymous.
Local officials, UCA Board of Trustees members and President Tom Courtway met to assist in the groundbreaking ceremony at the HPER Center on Tuesday morning.
Former UCA Chief of Staff Jack Gillean’s jury trial is set for 9 a.m. Oct. 28 in Van Buren County.
Faulkner County Circuit Judge Charles E. Clawson Jr. ruled in favor of former UCA Chief of Staff Jack Gillean’s motion for a change of venue.
Iowa artist Gary Keenan gave one memorial tree in front of Wingo Hall a transformation this week when he carved it into a life-sized bear representing UCA’s mascot.
UCA became the first four-year university to oppose Act 226 of 2013, the Arkansas concealed-carry law, when the board of trustees voted 5-1 to opt out of the law at its May 3 meeting.
Gov. Mike Beebe did more than just cut the ribbon at the opening of the new STEM Residential College yesterday. He found time to mingle with students, even play a little table tennis with them.
Ever wonder what that person standing in front of the class is being paid to lecture you? How about the guy who runs this place?
The sidewalk construction we’ve been dodging all semester is only a small part of the construction around campus.
There’s a carnival on campus today. Really. It’s in the parking lot east of the HPER Center. Just look for the rides spread across the parking lot.
Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman and acclaimed author Charles Portis will be in Little Rock tonight to receive awards from the The Oxford American at the magazine’s inaugural “Best Of the South Gala” at the Capital Hotel.
The "Red" Bears
Parking will become a bit more tedious next semester because of the administration’s plans to remove two of our largest parking lots.
Former UCA President Lu Hardin bought the naming rights to the new College of Business building yesterday and had his name added to the front sometime last night.
Christian Cafeteria has changed its menu to sushi and only sushi.
Remember that story about the tunnels under campus a couple of weeks ago? Well, it seems that there is even more under our feet than we knew.
The 12th annual Livestock concert is tomorrow night at Bears Den Pizza.