Jaime Adame

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Full Arkansas Senate gets campus-gun bill

Compromise adds students 25 and older, more training

Subscriber onlyThe latest version of a proposal to allow concealed handguns on Arkansas' public college campuses was approved by a Senate panel Tuesday. Continue reading...

Arkansas drone-pilot courses cleared for takeoff

Students to learn about flight, upkeep

Subscriber onlySix high schools in Arkansas will be teaching students to pilot drones this fall as part of an initiative by the state Department of Career Education. Continue reading...

Drone-pilot class to debut at UAFS

Subscriber onlyA new, five-day course next month to prepare drone pilots for certification is only the beginning of plans to offer training in unmanned aerial systems at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, a dean with the school said. Continue reading...

University of Arkansas notebook

Subscriber only5,100 freshmen to set UA record Continue reading...

Fayetteville professor to lead research efforts

Subscriber only A new University of Arkansas initiative to promote undergraduate research is being led by a longtime biology professor. Continue reading...

UA faculty delays sports-bloc vote

Subscriber onlyUniversity of Arkansas faculty agreed Wednesday to wait until next month before deciding on whether to continue as members of a national organization founded to give university professors a voice on issues relating to college sports. Continue reading...

Six states join Arkansas' AG in Title IX suit

Taking U.S. dollars doesn’t waive immunity, filing says

Subscriber onlyArkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge on Monday filed a legal brief supporting the University of Arkansas in arguing that the state's sovereign immunity should force a federal appellate court to dismiss a former student's Title IX lawsuit against the school. Continue reading...

Mentally disabled to live collegiate lifestyle at UA

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The classes will be different. But a new program, set to begin this fall for students with intellectual disabilities, aims to offer a full college experience at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, said Tom Smith, a UA professor of special education. Continue reading...

UA students back local gun control

Subscriber onlyUA students back local gun control Continue reading...

UA raises immunity in Title IX suit filing

Subscriber onlyAn appellate court filing by the University of Arkansas seeks to undercut the basis for lawsuits seeking monetary damages in Title IX lawsuits like one filed against the university last year. Continue reading...

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