Behind Bear Hall and Arkansas Hall is a small community garden that Honors Core III students have maintained and harvested in order to understand sustainable living.
The Bear Den hosted a bonfire on Nov. 6 where students were able to win prizes, play games and enjoy snacks.
Despite living in the time of COVID-19, UCA decided to keep the tradition of crowing a homecoming queen and king alive.
The Latino Student Association held a sugar skull decorating contest on Oct. 29 via zoom, sharing personal stories of Dia De los Muertos and exploring the meaning behind the celebration.
The University of Central Arkansas’s Baum Gallery has made several changes since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A collection of LGBTQ+ students and staff shared their experiences, Thursday, Oct. 22, conveying powerful and positive messages to an audience on Zoom while educating them on the difficulties of coming out.
Bears at the Ballot, part of the Andrew Goodman Foundation, led about 37 students in a "March to the Polls" from the university to a local voting site to cast votes, Thursday, Oct. 22.
The Office of Community Outreach along with Torreyson Library, SGA and LGBTQIA + C.R.E.W. worked together to host a national coming out day booth, Wednesday, Oct. 14 in front of the Student Center.
UCA’s Griot Society held an informational meeting Wednesday, Oct. 7 in the student center room 213.
Department of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures, and Cultures will continue to offer Japanese language courses in the spring, contradictory to a previous announcement made this semester that suspended the language course in the spring.