Students, faculty and staff met in front of the Student Center Jan. 24 at x-period to silently march to the lawn by Twisted Taco where Pastor Charles Simmons took to the podium as guest speaker in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s ongoing legacy. The silent aspect of the march encouraged rev…
The UCA Quidditch team’s logo
Young Americans for Liberty at UCA will host an upcoming state conference on campus Saturday, March 15.
The 38th annual Miss Essence Scholarship Pageant is being held tonight at 7 p.m. in the Ida Waldron Auditorium in Main Hall. The Pageant is free to students with your UCA card.
UCA student organization GreenHouse is inviting all international students to weekly pancake dinners on Thursdays at 7 p.m.
The Student Center is overrun with animals for students to stuff and customize today during the Student Activities Board event, the Bear Mill.
At the UCA College Republicans meeting Monday evening, president Lydia Dillon hosted the two candidates for Faulkner County Sheriff who spoke about their desires and plans for the position.
Technology briefly overran the Student Center yesterday in response to a Student Activities Board event for iPhone and laptop skins.
The Bear Den here on campus is one of the most school spirited organizations at UCA. Hosting pep-rallies, tailgates, Family Day and various other campus wide events, Bear Den promotes and supports the student body and our teams and organizations. Bear Den is widely popular and always providi…
Welcome back to a new semester of classes and a new beginning for student media here at UCA. From the ashes of the Fountain we have risen, new and improved, as the Echo Online.
About 500 students celebrated the end of Welcome Week at Wet ‘n’ Wild on Wednesday night, RHA adviser Amanda Kuster said.
Freshmen participate in a trust exercise during PlayFair in the HPER Center Sunday.
President Tom Courtway helps freshmen move into State Hall.
The International Kazakh Club is celebrating Nauryz Meyramy, the Kazakh New Year, with a festival at 1 p.m. today in the Student Center Ballroom.
The new editors for the Vortex literary magazine and the Scroll yearbook have been selected. Both appointments will be effective in the fall semester.
Abby Hartz will be the editor of The Echo next year. Taylor Lowery will be the associate editor.
PRISM, the student organization that represents gay students, is participating in the annual national Day of Silence today with a gathering on the courtyard.
The African-American Alumni Association is hosting Black Alumni Weekend this weekend on campus and around Conway.
The Vortex, UCA’s literary magazine, is having a party at 7:30 p.m. today to introduce its 2010 edition.
Psi Delta Kappa, UCA’s newest student organization, will present a concert tomorrow night at Bears Den Pizza on Farris Road.
Interested in learning the keys to success? The freshmen members of i.d.e.a.l. will explain it to you at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Student Center, Room 213 and Room 214.