instagramStudents, staff and friends of the University of Arkansas can find great ideas for how to be the best hog around by accessing a range of social media outlets provided by the Arkansas Alumni Association.

Need ideas for tailgating or creative ways to show your Hog spirit? Follow the Arkansas Alumni Association on Pinterest for a variety of piggy fun. There are many Pinterest boards to choose from. The Razorcrafts board features photos of unique do-it-yourself Hog decorations like hand painted Razorback bar stools, a Razorback burlap door hanger and red, white and “Woo Pig” picture frames. Use ideas on this board to pump up your Hog crafts or create the perfect gift for the fan who has everything—affordable even on a college budget.

Get inspired with the Tailgates board and show up at the next home game ready to prove your extreme hog fan status. This board features red and white Razorback cake pops, football whoopie pies and a “Go Hogs” mason jar goblet, perfect for pre-gamming with the pigs.  Photos link to easy recipes that even a not-so-domestic hog fan could follow.

The Arkansas Alumni Association will be releasing a new board soon, This Little Piggy, perfect for the new generation of Razorbacks. Look for this board to find great ways kids can be involved in the Razorback spirit.

The Association’s most recent Pinterest board, Hogs Care, has an assortment of ideas for how to participate in Hogs Care week, Feb 25-March 1 by giving back to the community through random acts of kindness. “Kindness comes in many forms but always from the heart,” says a pin on the Hogs Care board. This inspirational statement sums up the week’s theme.

Another Alumni Association favorite, Instagram, captures photos of beautiful Razorback moments. Follow @arkansasalumni on Instagram to see photos like campus dripping with icicles from the recent snow, Miss University of Arkansas posing with a Hogs Care certificate and the oldest 2012 UA graduate, Richard Murie, signing the graduate banner at 89 years old.

Don’t miss a moment of what’s happening on campus. Follow the Arkansas Alumni Association on Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Youtube and Flickr to stay up-to-date on all things Razorback.