Daily Archives: December 15, 2011

Airic Hughes, a native of Jacksonville, AR, enrolled at the University of Arkansas in 2007 where he undertook history as a major. Throughout his time here, he has accomplished many goals, including becoming one of the first two students to intern under the Division of University Advancement. This program was [...]

BAS Congratulates Airic Hughes

“To go to college, or not to go to college; finances are the issue.” Kabrina Gardner Of all racial groups reported in the Census, African-Americans consistently have the lowest income level regardless of which income bracket is considered. More than half of African-American households make less than $35,000 a year. [...]

Free Your Mind: Support BAS Scholarships

Imani Smith and Chris Young would like to thank the Black Alumni Society for awarding them scholarships for the 2011-2012 school year. Dear Black Alumni, Thank you so much for the opportunity in receiving the Black Alumni Society Challenge Scholarship. Being a second year recipient for this scholarship has truly [...]

Pay it Forward: BAS Scholars Say Thank You

The Black Alumni Society would like to wish our alumni and friends born in January a happy birthday. A special birthday acknowledgement goes to our donors: Mr. George Wesley—January Mr. Melvin Bowen—January 1st Mrs. Angela Mosley Monts—January 2nd Pastor Dexter Howard—January 4th Mr. Johnathan Henry—January 6th Mr. David Downs—January 7th Mrs. [...]

BAS Celebrates January Birthdays

Dear Black Alumni, The campus is all a buzz with the arrival of final examinations. Students have begun to speculate on overall standing in their classes and their respective grade point averages. The Black Students Association has still been progressive during this time; however, the main focus of all the [...]

Black Students Association’s Upcoming Events in 2012