NEW LIONS: COVID couldn’t stop Cub Camp. Here members of the Blue Camp take fi rst-year students on a campus tour.
MEETING NEEDS: The Wellness Stand  is a collaboration be- tween the LionHeart  volunteer program and the RAWC to provide students with a midday boost.
MOVE-IN: Chancellor Terisa Riley had been on campus for just a month when she helped new students move into the dorms.
London Booth joins other students in the creation of “Forward Lions,” a mural on the Alumni Center on Waldron Road. 
REFUGE: Counselors in the Pendergraft Health Sciences Center are treating students through video chats or phone calls this semester.
TIME: The Donald W. Reynolds Bell Tower has been announcing the time to Fort Smith for more than two decades.
LION PRIDE: Student Government representatives and members of the University leadership team cut a ceremonial ribbon at the official opening of the Dave Stevens Lion Pride Pantry.
THE BAKERY DISTRICT: The fi rst fl oor of former Shipley Baking building has been transformed into a hip meeting place, retail and dining space, and indoor and outdoor seating area. UAFS plans to develop space upstairs for learning and non-credit training by fall 2021.
WOMEN’S SERIES: Members of the Mollie Wilson Women’s Financial Series, along with financial advisor David Craig and former UAFS faculty member Emma Watts are gathered at the February meeting and luncheon.
Gayle Kaundart and freshman Tracy Steele
ACCESS: Careful design means everyone can participate equitably.
LEARNING BY DOING: Dr. Ragupathy Kannan said he travels widely to ’hone his expertise in global ecology and environmental biology.’