Got Burgoni?

  Researchers Try to Prolong Shelf Life of Meat Using Fruit. Animal science major Nathan Tapp has found that a Tahitian fruit could be the key to revolutionizing the meat packaging industry. His rese...

The Bare Bones

Anthropology major Amy Chancellor spent her summer working with the dead. As a freshman, Chancellor was the youngest team member on the university’s summer research trip to Tel el-Armana, Egypt...

The Shape of Greens

Honors College math major Jeff Gwaltney looked no further than his adviser’s lunch for a senior thesis project. “I went to talk to him about the possibilities. He knew that I was interest...

Student Research

Tameka Bailey has always loved math and science, but she never dreamed that one day she would be helping rice farmers grow better crops by studying the plant at its most fundamental molecular level. ...

The Great Migration

By Darrah Blackshaw In her own words: “I’ve been taking these photos as a way of acculturation…to understand the sights, sounds, people and taste of the Arkansas Delta.” RaeGi...

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 im...