Next week is Fayetteville’s Pride week, and from what I gather, it’ll be quite the week of self-expression among lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgendered and their allies.
Recent projects at the UA have j-students thinking about local news, how it affects them and applies their strengths to interactive media using the Web.
Barry Wellman, professor of sociology at the University of Toronto, will host a lecture entitled “Connected Lives: The New Social Network Operating System” today at 6 P.M. in room E107 of the Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences Building.
Audience members are not required to have any particular genitalia.
The new mark was unveiled on March 3 and will be adopted on July 1, 2009.
Art of the Book, books by local artists, opened last night with a reception at Four Square Fine Art Gallery.
KXUA 88.3 FM, UA student-run radio, will host a Prom for Fayetteville this Valentine’s Day, February 14th at the New Deli house.
The Flyer was on hand at the Ira Glass reception. Nice!
With 8 Academy Awards Nominations, it could be a film worth seeing.
A UA drama class will hold a performance of The Laramie Project.
The end of January and beginning of February will be a little “This American Life” party.
Fayetteville’s getting a new donut shop to join our meager selection.