What do you do when life is not on a perfect schedule and the plans you had either do not work out or come to fruition? Jacob Carpenter is answering this question for himself in the middle of all of these unsettling times.
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.
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 Theatre Department has taken creative approaches in order to engage it’s students during the time of social distancing and virtual learning.
Sen. Joyce Elliott gave advice on how to remain strong and be respectful to young activists on Wednesday night during a panel discussion for the annual Schedlers Honors College challenge week.
In the spirit of an approaching election and celebration of women’s suffrage, Art and Design Professor and Associate Chair Elizabeth Smith is conducting a campus, city-wide art project. This project is a small part of UCA’s larger celebration of the Suffrage Centennial, Forward Into Light, o…
Taylor Cohen recently started her position as the global creative strategist for the social media platform Tiktok and she is already ramping up for new projects with the company, saying, “We say here at Tiktok ‘always day one’ and believe me it is always day one here.”
The Department of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures & Cultures, will suspend Japanese language courses during the upcoming spring semester, until funds can be allocated to hire a full time instructor for the course.
Torreyson Library has undergone several changes in how they service students.To be precautious of COVID-19, the library has updated how they will serve students in-person and digitally for the fall semester.
Every year the area surrounding the UCA Amphitheater is filled with students in search of the organizations to spend their next four years with, and this year was no different.
The decision to have in-person classes and let students move back to campus during the COVID-19 pandemic was not one that UCA took lightly.
The University of Central Arkansas’ Freshman Convocation was held at Estes stadium Monday, Aug. 17 , marking the beginning of the 2020-2021 academic school year.
Tiffany Aguilar was uncertain about returning to campus this semester but said she was willing to give a shot. “I was willing to try and hope that campus would work together in this pandemic,” Aguilar said.
“Fired Up in the Natural State,” the Baum Gallery’s latest exhibit, challenges and complicates the conventions of ceramics, boasting work that incorporates materials as disparate as fiber wood, burned apple leaves and recovered concrete.
Torreyson Library celebrated the fourth annual Library “Shelfie” Day on Wednesday, Jan. 22, with a display showcasing the selfies of several faculty members with books of their choosing.