How the University of Arkansas changed me – by Abby Blumberg, Graduate Student Ambassador – 02/26/2018

The University of Arkansas has allowed me to pursue higher education, completely uproot my life in one state and move to another, and provide a work environment that will benefit me in my professional development- but more importantly it has taught me about my independence. The University of Arkansas has provided me with the support …

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On-Campus Jobs

Being an international student, there are a lot of things that you do not get to bring from home. For example: your favorite shower curtain that has seen you perform your best Rihanna impression or the coffee maker that you snuck coffee from when your mom was not looking. Or maybe you just want to …

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Panamanian Student Organization

Hello, and Welcome! We are the Panamanian Student Organization (PSO) from the University of Arkansas located in Fayetteville, AR. As an organization, our goal is to share our culture with students from the University of Arkansas and high schools in the Northwest Arkansas region. We host numerous events throughout the year where we present our country’s dances, …

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Winter Break: Ambassador travels to Mexico

After a long semester, students always welcome winter break. This year, students at the University of Arkansas were fortunate to have an entire month off! Students choose to do all kinds of different things during this time. Most students go home for the holidays to spend time with family and friends. Some students enjoy the …

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The Four Seasons of Fayetteville

Since I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and it is only about 5 hours northeast of Fayetteville, Arkansas, I was not surprised by the weather. Fayetteville has all four seasons, so dress accordingly! The start of the fall semester is usually the last week in August, so the weather is still hot and humid …

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