Living the Legacy: Greek Village

Greek Village Featured

Greek Village at the University of Central Arkansas opened in August 2015 with residences for the five sororities of the Panhellenic Council–Alpha Sigma Alpha, Delta Zeta, Sigma Kappa, Alpha Sigma Tau and Sigma Sigma Sigma–and a complex for the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. (NPHC) sororities.

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With a Little Help From My Friends

With a Little Help From My Friends Featured

They work anywhere from 16 to 20 hours a day, four days in a row, in the sweltering summer heat. They carry luggage up and down stairs for 2,000 incoming freshmen students and put in more than 200 hours of work over the course of three months.

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Spirit of Service

Spirit of Service Featured

The students call him “P Court.” His grandkids call him “Papa T.” At one time, he was addressed as “representative,” and now “President,” but if you run into him on the University of Central Arkansas campus, he’ll ask you to simply call him “Tom.”

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From the Gar-Chives

Alligator Gar

Childhood memories of a peculiar fish inspired two University of Central Arkansas professors who today are doing research recognized on a regional, national and, some would say, even international level. More importantly, their work has led to conservation efforts in Arkansas that are making a difference.

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Leave No Soldier Unrecognized

Leave No Solider Unrecognized Featured

As thousands of students, faculty, staff and visitors walk beneath the shade of the stalwart oak trees across the University of Central Arkansas campus, few are aware of the story behind the trees.

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Community Connections

Community Connections

In the summer of 2013, the University of Central Arkansas introduced the service-learning program via seminar to UCA faculty, hoping to adopt service-learning practices in classrooms to give students even more opportunities to engage and impact the community.

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