Angela Monts






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Each year, the people of the United States honor military men and women on two days – Veteran's Day and Memorial Day.

Erika Gamboa Finds Common Ground with Student Veterans



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“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



During the month of February, when history teachers across the nation educate students on the struggles of African-Americans, one historical factor remains the same despite the teacher, location or school district: the struggle for education. African-Americans have always been aware that the key to equality started with an education. Throughout [...]

Free Your Mind: Support BAS Scholarships



The Black Alumni Society held their fall board meeting on October 22, 2011. Meeting called to order at 10:15. Members present: Dr. Bobby Jones, Emanuel Banks, Earl Hill, Synetra Gilmer, John L Colbert,  Linda Bedford Jackson,  Joey and Kabrina Gardner, Angela Mosley Monts, Gigi Secuban, Cedric Williams, Ebony Oliver Wyatt [...]

BAS Fall Board Meeting



BAS is preparing to launch its new mentoring program! All alumni interested in mentoring and connecting with current students should fill out the mentor form and contact Angela Monts at ammonts@uark.edu or Kabrina Amey at kamey@uark.edu. Students have enough negative role models to provide them with reasons why they cannot [...]

BAS Launches New Mentoring Program



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At 25 years old, Tina Fletcher has an impressive list of educational and professional accomplishments. From studying abroad and receiving a bachelor's and master's degree to interning with Sen. Blanche Lincoln's office and working as an intern with the first lady Michelle Obama's office, Fletcher is humbled by the experiences and opportunities she has been given at such a young age.

Tina Fletcher Learns From First Lady Obama During Internship