I mentioned Sunday that I'd heard UALR, once a non-residential commuter school in the old days, was completing full transition to a campus with residential housing by planning to move next year to required dorm living for entering freshman.
A spokesman confirmed that report for me today. We'll likely report a little more on the ramifications in the future, but to confirm, she said:
Starting next fall all full-time, first-time entering freshmen will be required to live in student housing and take a meal plan. There will be some exemptions granted through an application process. This policy is similar to other four-year universities in the state including UCA and University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
SP, you had my interest until you brought in the Big Pharma conspiracy bullshit.
Check out the UPSHOT from the New York Times.
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