International Student Bazaar in front of Mullins Library ca. 1982, University Relations Photographs (MC1302), Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries.

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Hundreds gather in Fayetteville for candlelight vigil honoring Orlando shooting victims

Hundreds of residents gathered Sunday night for a candlelight vigil in downtown Fayetteville to honor the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando.The event, organized by the NWA Center for Equality, began shortly after 8 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal More...

NWA Center for Equality announces 2016 Pride Events

The 10th annual Northwest Arkansas Pride celebration is coming up this month.A series of events are scheduled across the region from June 16-19, including an interfaith gathering, drag shows, and other events leading up to the annual Pride Parade More...

Bentonville Film Festival Announces 2016 Competition Slate

The festival, which is May 3-8, will showcase 34 films in the competition, according to a BFF press release. There will be 16 documentaries and 18 narratives, along with a short film competition.Last year more than 37,000 people attended the festival. Add More...

UA Employees Attend New Form of Diversity Training

Thirteen faculty and staff members attended the Center of Multicultural and Diversity Education’s most recent diversity training Jan. 28, a UA official said. More...

Writing for Where are all the Librarians of Color?

This book explores the retention rates, job satisfaction, and tenure experiences of librarians of color though the history of librarians of color in academia, reviews of the literature, obstacles, roles, leadership, and the tenure process. More...

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