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UA, foundation emails show messaging team-up

A University of Arkansas, Fayetteville athletics spokesman encouraged the nonprofit Razorback Foundation to sidestep a reporter's questions to avoid setting a "precedent," one of several instances found in emails of the nonprofit and the university coordinating on public messaging.

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PHOTOS: UAMS seniors meet matches

155 students learn where they will start residency training

Grant Cagle wiped away tears Friday after he announced he was headed to his dream program: Brown University.

Little Rock School District looks to arm security

Superintendent suggests step

The Little Rock School District administration is again proposing to arm a part of its security team, the superintendent said Tuesday.

Higher education notebook

University to host ’70s cult survivor

UA's Cossatot College earns U.S. designation

Increase in Hispanic enrollment cited

In 2011, Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas set out to achieve its No. 1 priority -- increase its Hispanic enrollment.

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ROTC programs' revival a goal at University of Ozarks, UALR

University of the Ozarks President Richard Dunsworth was at an alumni event some two years ago when he heard of a colonel who was soon retiring from the Missouri National Guard.

Findings revealed on ASU analysis

Consultants list efficiency ideas

A consulting group hired by the Arkansas State University System laid out several recommendations Friday for how the system and each of its five campuses can generate revenue, cut costs and be more efficient.

ASU System notebook

Lease agreement on hotel modified

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UALR's art, design department for 1st time under one roof

The move started at the end of October with kilns.

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Lawyers question UA logo sharing with Razorback Foundation

Trademark pacts not set in writing

The Razorback Foundation has free use of University of Arkansas, Fayetteville trademarks that others must pay to display, an arrangement set by “oral” agreements and university policy that outside attorneys find lacking.

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