Brian Buford, the director of employee development and success at the University of Louisville presented to UCA students during X-period Oct. 31 in Ida Waldran about how UCA can become a more inclusive community.
Audience chairs sat in a circle in the Bridges Larson Theatre in the Snow Fine Arts Center as people trickled into a dimly-lighted auditorium to watch UCA Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s “Richard III.”
Musical artist Shanice Green graced the student center food court Oct. 31 during x-period with a collection of original songs, as well as classics known by the masses.
Senior Mark Cavender isn’t your average student. But then again, his story isn’t your average college journey story. At age 56, he is a first-year nursing student on campus with a backstory not many know about.
The Japanese Club at UCA hosted a Japanese cooking course on Thursday, Sept. 26 in the Culinary Lab of McAlister Hall.
UCA students and faculty gathered to participate in the Global Climate Strike Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Senior psychology major Elsa Dickson is a passionate and a natural leader who serves as a prominent member of the UCA and Conway community. On campus, she currently serves on the executive board of both Psych Society and Alpha Sigma Alpha. In the past, she has served as the public relations …
UCA’s media outlets and publications showed up and showed out in this year’s Arkansas College Media Association competition.
Award-winning author and professor of black horror and afrofuturism, Tananarive Due, visited the UCA campus last week spending a total of two days sharing her expertise with students and staff.
Booths and students were scattered throughout the Student Center Ballroom from 1-3 p.m. Sept. 3 to learn about what volunteer opportunities UCA and the Conway community has to offer at the annual Volunteer Fair.
Pearl Doiphode is a native of Mumbai, India, and moved to the US in 2018. Doiphode is currently a graduate teaching assistant for the physical therapy program at UCA.
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 …
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)
Ida Waldran Auditorium was a scene of dancing, laughter and bonding as the Minority Mentorship Program hosted ‘MMP Unplugged’ on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m.
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.
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.
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.
The fall semester will soon begin and there are many opportunities for students to become more involved with campus life.
Guests from one of HGTV’s most popular shows, “Home Town,” came to McCastlain Hall on July 30 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. to give lessons on bringing business into small towns.