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How a Three Dollar Bus Ride Led to My Favorite Weekend

ISEP student James, a History major from Arkansas State University, spent a full year studying at Universidad Americana Managua in Nicaragua. Here he tells the story of how a cold weekend trip to a coffee plantation became one of his favorite memories. 264 more words

Study Abroad

Black History Month is focus of discussion sponsored by Butler Center and Clinton School

In honor of Black History Month, the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies’ monthly Legacies & Lunch will feature a discussion on the benefits and potential detriments to setting aside a month to focus on the history of African Americans. 95 more words

Lecture

We just had a wave election ... Explained

 Hillsdale College and its president Larry P. Arnn provide information on what a wave election amounts to, and why conservatives (yes and even progressives) should care:
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Failed Queries: Here's one that worked -- after a few tries

Since this month boasts five Tuesdays, I offer a query that actually worked in place of the usual Failed Queries feature — albeit not at the first publication I pitched. 529 more words

Failed Queries

ASU could benefit from NCAA decision

JONESBORO (AP) The NCAA says Georgia Southern cannot play in a bowl game this year, increasing the chance that Arkansas State will be invited to post-season play. 104 more words

News

Red Wolves fall at Texas State, 45-27

SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) – Robert Lowe ran for 236 yards and four touchdowns, both career highs, to lead Texas State past Arkansas State 45-27 on Thursday night. 112 more words

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