Chuck Haralson and Ken Smith were inducted into the Arkansas Tourism Hall of Fame during the 43rd annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism
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.
If we get about $4 for every buck the state spends on Medicaid, then there…
A few more people could probably keep their insurance coverage if spineless a$$a would cut…
Once again, I have not been asked.