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Summer Laureate Celebrates 45 Years

On July 8, UA Little Rock’s campus will be filled with children in grades K-6 who are attending the Summer Laureate University for Youth program, also known as SLUFY. This year’s program represents a milestone as it marks the 45th year of the program. Continue reading “Summer Laureate Celebrates 45 Years”

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UA Little Rock’s CHASSE and Career Services Sponsor Next Gen(eration) Humanities Conference

The College of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, and Education (CHASSE) sponsored 46 students’ attendance at the Next Gen(eration) Humanities Conference held March 6-9. With local tours, professional development opportunities, and conversations on a variety of humanities topics, the conference programming addressed a variety of interest areas. Continue reading “UA Little Rock’s CHASSE and Career Services Sponsor Next Gen(eration) Humanities Conference”

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UA Little Rock’s Communication Skills Center Celebrates 50 Years

On Tuesday, May 7, the Department of Applied Communication at UA Little Rock will host a 50-year anniversary celebration for the Communication Skills Center and an end-of-year departmental celebration. Continue reading “UA Little Rock’s Communication Skills Center Celebrates 50 Years”

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UA Little Rock to Present Spring Jazz and Wind Ensemble Concert April 23

The School of Literary and Performing Arts will host the Spring Jazz and Wind Ensemble Concert on Tuesday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall on UA Little Rock’s campus. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to Present Spring Jazz and Wind Ensemble Concert April 23”

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UA Little Rock Presents “Conversations From the Choral Canon”

The School of Literary and Performing Arts will showcase the talent of UA Little Rock Choirs during the spring choir concert “Conversations From the Choral Canon” on Saturday, April 27 at 2 p.m. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Presents “Conversations From the Choral Canon””

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Fringe Festival of New Student Work Highlights Writing Process

The School of Literary and Performing Arts at UA Little Rock will showcase student innovation in the 2024 Fringe Festival of New Student Work featuring original works generated by students in class with playwright-in-residence Candrice Jones. Continue reading “Fringe Festival of New Student Work Highlights Writing Process”

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UA Little Rock’s School of Art and Design Hosts 2024 Annual Student Competitive Exhibition

The 2024 Annual Student Competitive Exhibition, featuring artwork made by students taking courses in the School of Art and Design, will be on display in the Brad Cushman Gallery in the Windgate Center of Art and Design on the UA Little Rock campus until April 21. Continue reading “UA Little Rock’s School of Art and Design Hosts 2024 Annual Student Competitive Exhibition”

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UA Little Rock Hosts Graduate Student Carly Machen’s Thesis Exhibition

The School of Art and Design welcomes Carly Machen’s MA Thesis Photography Exhibition, “This is What it Feels Like.” The exhibition will be in the Ann Maners and Alex Pappas Gallery in the Windgate Center of Art and Design until April 21, and it is free and open to the public. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Hosts Graduate Student Carly Machen’s Thesis Exhibition”