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A language of life beyond words

April 28, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Dr. Rebecca Garvin of the English department has many qualities; however, boring is not among them. She considers her adult life in three phases: raising a family, her career and her third stage—making art. After […]

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Creating a safe space for students

April 16, 2018 Ricci Logan 0

Fabiana Monte knows what it is like to be an international student on campus. The struggle of people trying to understand your culture, your background and where you come from. Monte was born in Pernambuco, […]

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From the Streets to the Stage

March 11, 2018 Ricci Logan 0

“We don’t look like our struggle”— this is very true for Monti Washington. He came to Arkansas Tech last week as a guest lecturer for Black History Month. He encouraged students that no matter the […]

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More than a crown

March 5, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Filled with genuinity and a heart for others, freshman Madison Oswalt has become our new Miss Arkansas Tech. Although she began competing at the early age of 13-years-old, she did not always have her pageant […]

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History is being made Every Day

February 18, 2018 Amanda Hampton 0

Nathaniel Palmer, from Little Rock, grew up with no role models, instead he strove to be the person he always needed, and has marked his journey through life by advocating growth from within. Nate, the […]

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Radiating good vibes

February 10, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Radiating good vibes as he speaks, Neal Harrington, professor of art with a specialty in printmaking, shows his love for teaching and doing what he absolutely loves. Neal was recently on sabbatical working on five […]