Raised in a town with less than 50 people and being the oldest of five, Nykendrik "Nyk" Mask is always thinking of ways to leave his mark wherever he goes.
On Monday, March 9, Sandy Longhorn, an assistant professor of creative writing, stumbled across a poster hung on the public bulletin board in the third-floor copy room of Thompson Hall. Depicting a woman in 1900s clothing, lounging on a tree limb with her hand flung over her eyes in a state …
Comedian Morgan Jay uses comedic timing and songs about relationships to bring everyone together at his shows, just like he did Wednesday, March 11, in the Student Center Ballroom.
UCA junior DJ Howard is from Fort Worth, Texas, and came to UCA with the dream of one day being able to write scripts for the next hit tv show or movie. With big dreams in mind, DJ had to grow and dedicate himself to his craft, but there’s more to him than just writing.
The UCA Private Equity and Venture Capital Club was started at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year and aims to help others achieve financial literacy.
The UCA Jazz Combo and Traditional Jazz Ensemble performed as the College of Fine Arts and Communication held a recital in the Snow Fine Arts Recital Hall March 3.
Cirque Éloize brought their impressive athletic act to the Reynolds Performance Hall stage on Tuesday, March 3, performing their newest show, “Hotel”, where the audience was taken into a “colorful, timeless world.”
UCA graduate and opera singer Jeremy Osborne, accompanied by pianist and music professor Stefanie Dickinson, returned to his alma mater to perform the 24-piece German song cycle "Winterreise," captivating listeners in the Snow Fine Arts Recital Hall on Sunday, Feb. 23.
Students for the Propagation of Black Culture (SPBC) hosted the Strollville stroll off in tribute to Motown on Feb. 28 in Old Main.
Over 30 students showed up to participate in Korean Game Night in the Student Center Ballroom Feb. 26, to share and celebrate Korean culture in a new way.
Sophomore Keisuke Hoshino’s first experience in America was studying abroad in Washington, and from that experience, he decided to leave Japan and come to America for college.
The Department of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures (LLLC) is now offering free monthly opportunities to members of the community to practice and enhance language communication skills.
The UCA College of Fine Arts and Communication sponsored New York Times bestselling author Marya Hornbacher to come speak as an artist in residence last week.
Madi Stark, a senior at UCA and prospective cake decorator, plans to take a gap year after graduation and move to Fort Worth, Texas with her girlfriend Erin Tompkins.
Sophomore Haley Savell has spent her time before and at UCA working hard to get ahead. Savell is an ambitious person who likes to work and stay ahead, in all aspects of life. Savell is a junior by credit hours in her sophomore year of college.
The UCA chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People hosted its first Purple Table Talk Feb. 12, in celebration of the NAACP Founder’s Day and Black History Month.
UCA's chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People hosted a memorial service to honor NAACP founders and other notable African-American figures Feb. 10.
Carter Rideout is a “mustache-clad” theater and creative writing student at UCA. He performed the role of Buckingham in the college’s fall production of “Richard the III” and plans to audition for the Spring 2021 production of the “Falsettos."
Lauren Maynard and her family raised $8,345 for the Arkansas chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention as part of her 5K and 1 Mile Be the Light Walk, held outside of the HPER Center at UCA on Feb. 8 in honor of her brother Cameron, who committed suicide in August of 2019.
The UCA Drum and Dance Club hosted its first spontaneous drumming and rhythmic movement event of the semester Feb. 11 in the Ferguson Chapel.
As February approaches, also known as African American History Month, Reynolds Performance Hall brought Parks’ story to the stage Jan. 28 to present how one woman triumphed through persecution and discrimation to make a different.