Opening Doors

Forget park-sized art installations and cartoon cells – in the 15th and 16th century, triptychs were all the rage, according to art professor Lynn Jacobs. The best artists painted them, religious orders used them in chur...

An Architecture of the Ozarks

A mobile home, a candy-colored silo and lush Ozark vistas grace the first pages of the new book by architecture professor Marlon Blackwell, “An Architecture of the Ozarks,” recently published by Princeton Arc...

What causes power outages?

Alan Mantooth, professor of electrical engineering, replies: Short-duration power interruptions or transients, commonly referred to as power sags, surges, brown-outs or blips, can be caused by numerous things — an ...

Who Rocks the Vote?

Leslie Yingling worries that, when it comes to politics, her peers don’t worry enough, and her concern led her to examine youth voting patterns in the United States. “It’s really important for young peo...

The Night Breeze Off the Ocean

The Night Breeze Off the Ocean Michael Heffernan University of Arkansas professor Michael Heffernan’s seventh book of poetry, “The Night Breeze Off the Ocean,” is a collection of Heffernan’s poetr...

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