UAFS Students Beautify Campus Through Mural Painting
University of Arkansas – Fort Smith art students made an effort to beautify the campus in a way no students have before – with paintbrushes, stencils and spray paint.
UAFS and Community to Celebrate MLK in January
Residents of the greater Fort Smith region will have a chance to be a part of a new event held in January as part of the annual celebrations commemorating the legendary civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
Loyd to Graduates: Celebrate, Do the Right Thing, and Pay it Forward
Dr. Marta Loyd spoke to graduates at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith’s commencement ceremony Dec. 10, outlining three responsibilities for graduates now that they’ve earned their diploma: celebrate your family’s first college graduate, do the right things for the right reasons, and pay it forward.
Williams Commissioned into National Guard
University of Arkansas Fort Smith student Travis Williams of Fort Smith was commissioned as an officer into the Arkansas Army National Guard during a ceremony held Dec. 9 at UAFS.
Wichita Homeschool Wins Frontier Trails BEST
Wichita Homeschool of Wichita, Kan., was the overall winner of the 32-team Frontier Trails BEST regional robotics competition hosted by the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith this weekend.
Wattles Named Creative Director at UAFS
Laura Wattles has been promoted to creative director of the Marketing and Communications Office at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith.
UAFS Student Vets Inducted into Honor Society
Fifteen University of Arkansas – Fort Smith students were recently inducted into the newly-created UAFS chapter of the SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society.
Called by a New Name
The young girl with thick, curly black hair in the pink and yellow sari draped the fragrant flowers around Kerbi Key’s neck, before shyly watching the other girls play with the Americans at the new orphanage in India.
Savings Plan: Settlage Helps Elementary Students Save
At 7:30 a.m. on Thursday mornings, sixth-grade students sporting Beard Lighthouse Bank T-shirts settle into chairs behind their bank boxes and tally sheets. They are open for business.
UAFS Professor Creates Educational Video Game
How often does a person ask for carrots? In Arthur Wendorf’s video game “¡Taco!,” it’s needed surprisingly often and the player better know zanahoria.

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