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On Thursday, Nov. 17, UCA’s X-Men hosted the Battle of the X’s, an event where new and old members of Project X came together to play games and fraternize.

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On Nov. 21 in Baridon Hall, the Young Democratic Socialists club hosted “Art 4 Autonomy,” an event that gave artists an opportunity to present and sell their art while supporting the Arkansas Abortion Support Network through donations. 

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The Sugar Bears basketball team (2-0) continued its winning streak, striking down the Hendrix College Warriors (2-5) by 65-54 in a Nov. 26 matchup at the Farris Center.

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Though the climb to academic success varies between first-generation students, UCA’s celebration of National First-Generation Day in the Ronnie Williams Student Center highlighted both the struggles and successes felt by all generations of first-gen students.

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Jada Simpson was crowned as Miss University of Central Arkansas 2023 on Saturday, Nov. 5, at the annual Miss UCA pageant at Reynolds Performance Hall.

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Artist in residence Mike Durkin collected recipes and shared stories with UCA students and faculty in front of the Ronnie Williams Student Center Nov. 2.

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American poet Tess Taylor held a reading and book signing in conjunction with the C.D. Wright Women Writers Conference and Artist in Residence program in the Mccastlain Ballroom Nov. 4. 

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While grocery stores may have every vegetable imaginable year-round, the Green Bear Coalition encouraged buying local, seasonal vegetables at their Fall Feast Nov. 1.

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The inventor of PostSecret, Frank Warren, spoke Oct. 28 in Reynolds Performance as part of UCA’s Challenge Week discussing mental health. The event began with a speech from Warren and then opened up for other attendees to approach microphones and have the opportunity to share their secrets.

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Members of UCA’s Film Club and other students gathered for a lively time of socializing and screening members’ original thriller short films Oct. 25 in Stanley Russ hall. 

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Last November, Savannah Jessup was crowned UCA’s 2021 Homecoming Queen. It’s almost been an entire year since then, and Jessup has undoubtedly been busy. In the past eleven months, Jessup has not only fulfilled her royal duties but has graduated, gotten married and started a new career as an…

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Photographer Cig Harvey visited UCA Oct. 11 to engage with students that are planning to go into the field of art. She hosted a workshop that focused on helping students hone their voices as an artist. 

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The Green Bear Coalition hosted a seed collection event at the Jewel Moore Nature Reserve on Oct. 17 to display responsible seed harvesting and sustainability. Lecturer Coleman Little led the event.

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UCA alum Whitney Smith detailed how she started her career in interior design and renovation during “Networking with a Pro” presented by UCA’s Office of Diversity and Community. 

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Guest percussionists Joe Moore and Oliver Molina performed four of Moore’s original songs for students and others at the Snow Fine Arts Recital Hall Oct. 4.

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The UCA administration has been clear about the college's social commitments going forward. UCA hosted its inaugural DBIE (Diversity, Belonging, Inclusion and Equity) week from Oct. 3-7. Different panel discussions were held throughout the week to promote DBIE on campus and Conway community.

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Despite the day’s high temperatures, students gathered outside the Ronnie Williams Student Center to listen to Alice Kristiansen’s set of covers and original songs Sept. 20. Intertwined with her original music, Kristiansen sang covers of songs by Phoebe Bridgers and ended her set with a deli…

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Registered Student Organizations set up tables around campus to aid in the voting registration process for students Sept. 20. Tables were set up by Torreyson Library, the Ronnie Williams Student Center and the Lewis Science Center Atrium.