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  • Local Residents Protest Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

    Local Residents Protest Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

    On campus Some spring breakers pack their bags and head to the beach but  20 university of arkansas students are taking a different route. The amount of recycling the u of a has collected in this year’s recycle mania contest is up 17 percent from […]

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  • Parking Becoming Tougher on Campus

    Parking Becoming Tougher on Campus

    On Campus If you are planning to park at a metered parking spot when coming to campus, you can expect some delays. Grammy award winner Steve Martin will be performing at the Walton Arts Center. A student was arrested on campus Saturday and charged with […]

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  • Corey Haim Dies; Bad Weather Could Be Coming

    Corey Haim Dies; Bad Weather Could Be Coming

    The warm weather may bring in storms — and even tornadoes. Lot 71 is closing temporarily. The ZTA Step Show controversy continues. A racist note is found at a Rogers middle school. The United States Marine Corps recruits at the university’s career fair. Local residents […]

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  • No Fall Break 2010; Possible Evening Parking Charges

    No Fall Break 2010; Possible Evening Parking Charges

    The will be no Fall Break this year, thanks to actions taken by the Faculty Senate.  The University Calendar Committee approved two additional days off before Thanksgiving in the Fall 2010 semester.  However, the Faculty Senate Executive Committee did not approve the move, because its […]

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  • Liveblogging ASG Senate – Feb. 16

    Liveblogging ASG Senate – Feb. 16

    8:00 – Don’t forget – ASG Town Hall meeting tomorrow in the Union Connections Lounge from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Free food and your chance to have your voice heard in person. 7:59 – Lots of new legislation that’ll be voted on next week.  […]

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  • February 10th, 2010 Headlines

    February 10th, 2010 Headlines

    Walton Arts Center Readies for Expansion The Walton Arts Center approved measures Tuesday that will ready the Fayetteville landmark for growth and expansion into the future. Board of Directors Chairman Jeff Schomburger says the “Walton Arts Center is not moving, but we are growing and […]

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