Claire Trieschmann
Written By: Claire Trieschmann   As my Freshman year comes to a close, I can’t help but look back and reflect on the highlights of my first semester of college. Though there are many positives, a volunteer service in particular comes to mind. As a member of my sorority Kappa [...]

Learning Through Teaching Others


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Written by: Catherine Nettle Just over one month ago, thousands of freshman students swarmed the campus at the University of Arkansas during move in week. As families unloaded cars and bid their children farewell, often with a few tears, students began an experience foreign to nearly all of them. Many moved [...]

The Beginning of a Chapter


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The Arkansas Alumni Association Membership Drive, Arkansas Everywhere, kicks off today! Festivities begin tonight with a free concert at East Baum Stadium Parking Lot on Razorback Road. The concert is being held in conjunction with the Campaign Arkansas launch weekend, and the entire campus, all alumni and the public are [...]

Arkansas Everywhere Membership Drive Kicks Off Today



Hannah Stolt
Written by Hannah Stolt Preparing for college was not what I expected. I thought it would be easy! Just pack my things up and move right in. To my dismay, I was very wrong. All my friends had move in dates before I did, so I watched them pack up [...]

A New World


Greetings and happy summer to you and your families! I hope all of you had a great start to your summer and that you’re having a wonderful 2016 thus far!  I had a busy start to the summer, first spending a week back home with my family in Rocklin, California [...]

San Francisco Chapter: An Update from Scholar Stephanie Diettinger


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Hi, I’m Shun Strickland and I’m super excited to serve as co-chair of the 2017 Black Alumni Reunion with Lindsey Leverett Higgins. Our goal is to create an experience you won’t soon forget while raising money to provide scholarships for our Black students. As our reunion committee brainstormed on new ideas, [...]

BAS: Experiencing an Ole’ School Tradition in a New Way



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June Scholar Profile This month BAS is profiling Antonio Igbokidi. Please read Antonio’s bio and his beautiful poem. Please read to the END!!! Name- Antonio Igbokidi Hometown: Little Rock, Arkansas Year in school- Senior Major/Minor/Concentration- Biology and African American Studies. Concentration: Pre-Medicine Significant Involvement in 2015-16 (clubs, sports, etc.)- President of NAACP. [...]

BAS Scholar Spotlight: Antonio Igbokidi


Congratulations to our Graduating Scholars – Spring Class of 2016   The Black Alumni Society congratulates our graduating scholars. Listed below are their pictures and thank you notes. They are the reason to register for the 2017 BAS Reunion. Your registration assists us with providing scholarships to our students.   [...]

Black Alumni Society: Class of 2016 Scholars


Elizabeth Reimer
Written by Lizzie Reimer When I began my education at the University of Arkansas, I was a declared double major in Theater and Psychology. My first semester was such a whirlwind! It went so much faster than I ever could have expected, but I loved every minute of it! I [...]

Changing my Plans



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Written by: Abbygail Middleton “Honduras”- signifying a valley or depth seen. It was named by a colonial settler, Christopher Columbus, as he first saw this land in his pursuit of America. Though termed initially for the deep water seen off of the coast, this name grew of greater significance to [...]

Hope in the Mountains


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     The University of Arkansas, originally called Arkansas Industrial University, was established in Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1871 atop a hilltop farm overlooking the Ozark Mountains immediately giving it the nickname, The Hill. The University became the first major Southern public university to admit a Black student without litigation when [...]

AKA KAPPA IOTA 40TH ANNIVERSARY


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The Arkansas Alumni Association recently welcomed two new employees. Ashley Batchelor joined the staff as Assistant Director of Communications, and Rachel Gray joined the team as Administrative Specialist III. Batchelor, a native of Little Rock, is a 2007 University of Arkansas graduate with a BA in Journalism. She comes to [...]

Arkansas Alumni Association Welcomes Ashley Batchelor and Rachel Gray to ...