Content from the last 30 days
Disability Services offers uncommon volunteer opportunity
Volunteering benefits everyone, even the volunteer. Some benefits include developing leadership, opportunity to enhance a résumé, meet new people, receive letters of recommendation, reveal hidden talents or strengths and make a difference. One atypical volunteer opportunity offered through Disability Services Ghostwriting, when a student takes notes in a class and shares a copy with a student with a disability.
Eckerson brings funky fresh grooves to College of Engineering
The room of an engineering student would seem to be one that is kept tidy at all times, with any speck of dust or pile of discarded clothes quickly cleaned the minute its dirty surface touched the floor.
New textbook co-authored by A-State business faculty
In the upcoming spring semester, many students in business will be turning the pages of a textbook co-written by a familiar face. Shane Hunt, associate professor of marketing of the College of Business, has completed the first edition of “Marketing” along with Associate Professor of Marketing and Director for the Center for Supply Chain Management John Mello.
Teacher Sick Days
Students have plenty of sick days built into their semester attendance requirements. But what happens when a professor catches a cold and how does the university deal with long-term instructor illnesses?
Moot court team brings in awards
The A-State Moot Court Team is sending two of its top speakers to hone their courtroom skills and represent Arkansas at the National Championship Tournament of Collegiate Moot Court at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Jan. 17-18.
Bennett offers lifeline of hope
“As long as we live, they too will live, for they are now a part of us, as we remember them.” Several voices of “A Lifeline of Hope” attendants echoed throughout the Reng Student Union Auditorium together as Leigh Anne Bennett read the last lines of a poem dedicated to those who have died from suicide.
Students raise money by wrestling arms
Arm wrestling may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of sport competitions, but one group of students is offering others the chance to show off their muscles while raising proceeds for Ecuador.
Red Wolf Boulevard gets OK from city council
Stadium Boulevard will now be known as Red Wolf Boulevard after the Jonesboro City Council voted 8-4 to approve the name change Tuesday night.
Yellow flames flickered as students huddled together in the cold night air on Tuesday to pay their respects. What started the day as a parking lot was now filled with students remembering a dear friend who was taken long before his time.