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UA Recruiting Efforts Yield Record Enrollments

By Megan Wilson: The University of Arkansas broke multiple enrollment records during the 2018-2019 school year, according to enrollment data. Preliminary enrollment shows 27,778 UA students, an increase of 220 from fall 2017, according to the UA website. The freshman...

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Fall Deadline Near for Undergrad Research Grants

By Megan Wilson: Students in a variety of academic fields and are interested in a research grant should apply for an undergraduate research grant by Oct. 17. Almost 200 UA students applied for the research grant tailored for undergraduates during the 2017-2018 school...

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Chancellor plans to cut costs

By Grant Lancaster: Cutting administrative costs will allow UA administrators to give back to students, faculty and staff support programs, the UA chancellor said in his annual State of the University address.   Reducing the amount spent on supplies for the more than...

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Career Development Offers Clear Path to Job Success

By Caitlin Lane: Students looking for career opportunities, resume reviews, and job search strategies can get advice from a counselor at the Career Development Center on the sixth floor in the Arkansas Union. The center provides a variety of ways employers can connect...

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Hertz Fellowship Supports STEM Education

By Megan Wilson: Students interested in obtaining doctoral degrees in STEM fields can apply for a Hertz Foundation Fellowship. The foundation encouraging research in applied physical and biological sciences mathematics and engineering. Applications are due by Oct. 24....

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UA Grad Students Show Work at Film Festival

By Katie Beth Nichols:   A UA student film, “Homeless in Boomtown,” can have an impact on the homeless population of Fayetteville and the homelessness epidemic in northwest Arkansas, the filmmaker said. “I could definitely see this impacting the homeless locally,”...

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Social Media Play a Big Role in Establishing Careers

By Caitlin Lane Razorback Reporter Students do not routinely think of social media as a means to build job resources, a UA career counseling professional said in an interview. Rickey Lee Booker Jr., the director of UA Career Services doesn’t normally see students...

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UA Transit and Parking Officials Gather Feedback

By Haley Ruiz The Razorback Reporter UA Transit and Parking officials consider ridership data and passenger feedback when adjusting Razorback Transit routes. Already this semester routes 17, 21 and 44 have been changed in response to customer feedback, said David...

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City Plan for Extensive Trail System Aims to Improve

By Halie Brown The Razorback Reporter   The addition of the Niokaska Creek bike trail will add 3.31 miles to the Fayetteville bike trail system. Construction began this year and will end in late 2019, said Matt Mihalevich the City of Fayetteville trails coordinator....

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UAPD Officers Evict Homeless from University Property

By Grant Lancaster The Razorback Reporter   UA Police officers have evicted approximately 20 people who were living in a homeless camp on undeveloped UA property at 19th Street and School Avenue. Officers removed 20 people and arrested four; there were no reported...

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RSO Cookout Turns Up the Heat on Cancer Debate

By Elizabeth Green The Razorback Reporter   Free hotdogs and hamburgers cooked on a grill donated by the American Cancer Society quickly became a source of heated irony at a Registered Student Organization’s recent cookout. The Razorback Relay for Life RSO hosted the...

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Quizlet, GroupMe Make Cheating Efficient

By Samantha Van Dyke The Razorback Reporter   Websites such as Quizlet, and apps including GroupMe are making it increasingly easier to cheat, according to the Office of Academic Initiatives and Integrity. “Studies show that 65 to 85 percent of college students are...

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Summer Camps Aim to Prepare, Recruit Architects

By Elizabeth Green The Razorback Reporter   Nearly 100 high school students traveled to the UofA campus to attend the Fay Jones School Summer Design Camp, where they engaged in extensive hands-on projects geared toward encouraging careers in design. Weeklong camps...

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