This July, Governor Asa Hutchinson announced a 21st century funding formula for higher education. The formula is an outcomes-based system, in which factors like degree completion and reducing costs will be something universities will be rewarded for.
After a presidential election that became more divisive and biting than compassionate and unifying, we think it’s time to focus on the future. No matter the president, no matter the issue, there are things we can be doing to strengthen our relationships with one another, as human beings.
“Why should I vote?” is a question that gets asked numerous times at every election. This year alone has revealed apathy and unbelief to be strong, especially in millennial voters. Deciding a candidate, when the running theme seems to be we’d be choosing between the lesser of two evils, hasn’t been easy. But no matter the circumstances, we encourage the students of Tech to vote in this year’s election. Why?
In her inauguration speech, Dr. Robin Bowen, president of Arkansas Tech University, said she wanted to see El Paso Avenue become Russellville’s version of Dickson Street in Fayetteville. We at the Arka Tech, however, got […]