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Late one October night in 2019, Joseph Andrews and three other Henderson State University students were studying in the chemistry department of the Arkadelphia campus when Andrews became sick.

Tuition. Books. Various and sundry fees. There’s no doubt college students face significant financial challenges. A little financial planning will go a long way, said Laura Hendrix, associate professor and extension personal finance expert for the University of Arkansas System Division of Ag…

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Parents preparing children to return to face-to-face class after a year of pandemic-induced remote learning will need to be ready to deal with uncertainty, said Brittney Schrick, assistant professor and extension family life specialist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Superintendent Doug Worley and OECC Manager Mark Cayce join members of the Hampton School and OECC boards, Michael Henderson (TPI) in flipping the switch for the Hampton School District’s solar array.

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In the fall of 2020, SAU Tech was selected to join Degrees When Due, a national initiative of the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP), to realize the mission of higher education-providing opportunity to all-by reengaging stopped-out students and supporting them across the finish lin…

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A new state law will soon open the door to almost any career path for some groups of immigrants, marking the latest in a remarkable series of legislative victories for Arkansas’s immigrant community.

For years, the beef cattle herd grazing peacefully at the University of Arkansas at Monticello has been a roadside fixture. Now, passersby on U.S. 425 will see something new in the pasture: nearly two dozen Katahdin sheep.

Two departments in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences at the University of Arkansas have signed memorandums of understanding with the University of Arkansas-Cossatot Community College, providing more opportunities for students pursuing careers in agriculture.