Fayetteville as in Fate

When I first moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas I soon learned to say it Fay’tteville, as in fate I came into town the American way, the immigrant way, the upwardly mobile bedouin trekking across the hi...

Arkansas 180: A New World Revealed

“When on board H.M.S. Beagle, as naturalist, I was struck with certain facts in the distribution of the inhabitants of South America….” Thus begins Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species By Means of ...

Arkansas 180: Virtual Hampson Museum

You can now visit museums or conduct archeological research in your pajamas, thanks to researchers at the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies. The scientists have used a short-range scanner to c...

Arkansas 180: Elephants and Baobabs

Jessica Minard, the first University of Arkansas student to participate in the Organization for Tropical Studies in South Africa, was taught a different field of science every week. The students stud...