Jaime Adame

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Board OKs $113M bond for UA

8 campus projects, including new dorms, will be financed

A bond issue with a principal of up to $113 million will finance various University of Arkansas, Fayetteville campus projects.

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IRS files list rises, drops in UA gifts

Sports sees gain; academics a dip

The foundation supporting athletics at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville saw a surge in contributions the same year a different foundation that manages academic program donations reported an annual decline of $12 million, according to IRS returns for the 12-month period that ended June 30.

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Gift from Acxiomto fund scholarship

College's request for federal aid denied for exceeding page limit

Extra letters of support led to the rejection of a $1.3 million, five-year grant application from Northwest Arkansas Community College that would have paid for the continuation of a program helping low-income students prepare for college, a school official said.

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Gift from Acxiom

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Thousands graduate across state

Speakers urge attendees to love, lead, overcome adversity

A joyous time for new graduates Saturday at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville also brought words of encouragement and appreciation.

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Three UA sites, including basketball, baseball facilities, listed for alcohol permits

Sales not on tap so far, Long says

Permit applications to sell alcohol at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville basketball and baseball facilities have been filed with state authorities.

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Firm gives $100,000 to support initiatives

UA professor suspended after speech cancellation a scapegoat, author says

He dropped her speech from symposium

A longtime University of Arkansas, Fayetteville professor suspended from administrative duties is "being scapegoated," said Phyllis Chesler, the author whose cancelled Skype presentation led UA to take action against the director of the university's Middle East studies center.

Mideast studies chief at UA suspended after canceling presentation from speaker known for criticizing Islam

The director of a Middle East studies center at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville was suspended Wednesday from his administrative duties after canceling a Skype presentation from a speaker known for remarks critical of Islam.

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