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  • Silicon Valley CEO wins opportunity to coach Red Wolves

    From Silicon Valley to the Arkansas Delta, one San Francisco entrepreneur has earned the opportunity of a lifetime, buying the rights to coach the Red Wolves football spring game and earning a chance to become a part of the pack.

  • Campus Crime: April 9 - April 12

    Campus Crime for April 9 - April 12.

  • Faculty recognized for outstanding service

    More than 500 years of service and teaching came to fulfillment on Tuesday at the 36th annual Faculty Awards Banquet during the month-long A-State Convocation of Scholars.

  • All in Drag: GSA puts on annual show

    The A-State community got their drag on Wednesday night at the third annual GSA Drag Show to benefit scholarships for 

  • SGA supports lighting fixtures at The Pines

    In the final Student Government Association meeting of the year Tuesday, senators voted unanimously to continue with plans to add lighting to The Pines tailgating area.

  • Richmond-Hayder Finalists

    Nine international students were honored Monday as finalists for the Richmond-Haydar Memorial Scholarship at the annual scholarship dinner.

  • Create @ State offers opportunitites

    Create@State is an annual event dedicated to the pursuit of research and creativity at Arkansas State, according to Andrew Sustich, vice provost for research and graduate studies. The day-long session Thursday included oral, poster, creative and artistic presentations from both graduate and undergraduate students.

  • Coach For A Day: Bidding on the spring game

    Arkansas State University is auctioning off the right to coach the April 18 Spring Football game, and the bidding for the honor has already topped ten grand.

  • New fraternity may open doors on campus

    A new fraternity hopes to join the Arkansas State University campus by the fall of 2014. To become official and join its already established counterparts, Kappa Sigma must reach all the requirements set forth by not only the Kappa Sigma organization, but Arkansas State University as well.

  • Coming out with the truth

    There was no denying it, D’Andre Anderson was definitely nervous.

    It wasn’t like the nerves seen before the big presidential debate in March; no, these nerves were more real and more personal than anything else he has revealed to the audience of A-State.

  • Substance Abuse: A college threat?

    Students at A-State may not be aware of the substance abuse problem on campus, but a group of graduate students in the clinical interventions with substance abuse and dependence class are striving to educate the student body.

  • Mustain: Students come first

    Few students enter college knowing exactly what they want to accomplish during their university careers. But that’s not the case for incoming Student Government Association President Logan Mustain. He entered school with a vision, and his new position as the voice of the student body has taken him one step closer toward achieving it.

  • Sexual assualt event promotes safe apps

    Representatives from the A-State Counseling Center and Verizon Wireless spoke Tuesday night in the Fowler Center on the importance of being vigilant against sexual assault, including subtle forms of harassment like “textual” or mobile phone harassment.

  • Rockwall goes up at the Red WOLF Center

    The Red WOLF Center is currently undergoing construction in preparation for new equipment that is sure to be popular with the daring and those fearless of heights--a rock climbing wall. 

  • The Future of Yearbook

    As the times change, yearbooks give students a window to the past and serve as a reminder of a school’s history. 

  • Springfest to bring more talent, fun

    The Student Activities Board will welcome the warmer weather Wednesday with Springfest, an annual event chock full of prizes, free food, special events and fun challenges.

  • Caffeine: Students' love-hate relationship

    On any given weekday, the ever-increasing line of customers at the campus Starbucks reveals the unwavering commitment of college students to caffeine. Morning coffee is a staple for many but the stress of maintaining a decent GPA can also contribute to a student’s reliance on caffeine. 

  • College of Business gains new dean

    The College of Business welcomed marketing and management professor Shane Hunt as its new dean Tuesday following a national search to fill a two-year long vacancy in the position. Hunt, an eight-year faculty member at A-State, will replace interim dean Jim Washam beginning July 1.

  • Blackboard Learn to receive update

    The Faculty Senate discussed possible updates to Blackboard Learn Friday in their bi-monthly meeting in the Delta Center for Economic Development. Steve Leslie of the Interactive Teaching and Technology Center spoke to faculty members on Blackboard Learn’s new system update requirements and how those requirements will affect faculty and students.

  • Delta Symposium

    The A-State campus vibrated with talent last week as some of the nation’s most distinguished scholars and artists arrived for the 20th annual Delta Symposium. 

  • First-time performer takes Miss ASU title

    The ladies of Alpha Gamma Delta brought home their fifth straight Miss ASU title Tuesday night when freshman Alexandria Haley was awarded the crown amid thunderous applause and cheers from the audience.

  • Mustain sworn in to office

    The Student Government Association began a new chapter Tuesday night as the newest members of the organization were inducted into office for the upcoming academic year.

  • New photos revealed of Japanese internment camp

    Art and photographs from the Rohwer Japanese Internment camp were displayed for public viewing for the first time in history Tuesday as part of a research project conducted by Sarah Wilkerson-Freeman, professor of history.   

  • 128th Wilson Award Winners

    LaTasha Moore, a senior communications and Spanish major of Falcon, was named the 128th Wilson Award winner Wednesday night. 

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