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UA study abroad students, including 40 Rome Center students, must fly back to the U.S. from countries with a CDC coronavirus risk level of two or higher.

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Protesters with the Arkansas United Community Coalition gathered outside of Sen. Tom Cotton’s (R) district office in Springdale on Thursday morning to voice their support for the passage of a Dream Act that protects recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and their f…

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The UA communication master’s program became top in the nation by receiving the Outstanding Master’s Degree Program Award for 2017 from the National Communication Association.

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A group of UA professors received just under $125,000 from the National Science Foundation to research how social, community and economic resources affect the recovery of Hurricane Harvey victims.

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A week after Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Houston, Hurricane Irma battered Florida over the weekend of Sept. 9-10, forcing one former UA student to endure the storm.

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Brandishing a torch and Arkansas Engineering T-shirt, a former UA student appeared in a viral photo at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia Aug. 11. Miles away in Arkansas, a mistakenly identified assistant professor later received angry phone calls and texts in retaliation.

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The UofA has not seen a disruption to the flow of research money from the Environmental Protection Agency, which has long supported programs monitoring water quality and the health of Arkansas watersheds in particular.

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Protesting the newly permitted Diamond Pipeline, members of the Arkansas Water Guardians held a large sign reading “No AR Oil Pipeline” over the Garland Avenue bridge from about 5-7 p.m. Wednesday.

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Update: 7:57 p.m. – Fayetteville residents moved their protest from outside Dickson Street Pub to across the street from the Washington County Courthouse, at the intersection of Dickson Street and College Avenue, to gain more publicity.

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UA freshman Faith Freeman’s family was in the face of Hurricane Matthew, the storm that had already killed hundreds of Haitians just days before. The threat of Matthew brought back memories of past storms her family had endured, and she could not avoid thinking about the worst.

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The Graduate School and International Education will expand to include the UA Rome Center starting July 1, the director of the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange said.

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This week in politics, the primaries will continue as the next round of votes are expected to happen April 19 for the Republican Party and Democratic Party in New York. On April 26 the Democratic Party and Republican Party will face another round of states including Delaware, Connecticut, Rh…

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After the Islamic State bombed an airport and subway in Brussels, Schola Cantorum choir officials decided to reroute the group’s upcoming trip to Belgium to exclude Brussels, the Schola Cantorum director said.

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Although there were no UA students studying abroad in Paris, there were at least two students visiting the city during the series of attacks that killed 129 people Friday.

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The student-led blackout was a healthy way to show support for peers at Mizzou and raise awareness of issues surrounding race and equality, the associate vice chancellor for University Relations said.

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Midterms are tomorrow, and not the highly-caffeinated, 24/7-preparation kind that students endure twice a year. These midterms have been exhaustively advertised with dog-eat-dog Cotton vs. Pryor and Hutchison vs. Ross commercials, and they will end after tomorrow’s election night.

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The UofA was ranked as the seventh fastest growing public school with an increase of 53 percent from 2002 to 2012, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.