HUNGER FIGHTERS: Dr. Dave Stevens, dean of students, and Kim Tomlinson, advising coordinator, push a cart full of donations for the Lion Pride Pantry.
MOBILE READY: Dr. Linus Yu helps Elizabeth Wilson, a junior information technology major and a Lion Bytes service tech, set up her new iPad as part of the Lion Launch Pad initiative.
FILL’ER UP: A student request, bottle fi lling stations are being added to the Health Sciences Center.
TEXTBOOK SHARE: Students can save some money by borrowing textbooks from the library.
Assistant AD Katie Beineke Shows Student Athletes What It Means to Previve
Chancellor Paul Beran visits students at Sutton Elementary School.
BAND LADY: The Squirrel Brain Gravy band encouraged onlookers to become music makers at the opening reception of “Territorial Arkansas.”
Amber Hall, from left, a senior biology major from Lavaca, Shaun Williams, a senior international business major from Bakersfield, Calif., and Nicole Phillips, a junior business administration major from Houston, look back at the camera while sitting at the top of the Plovdiv Roman Amphitheatre during Maymester study in Bulgaria.
Max Johnston, center, shows off oversized nuts and bolts created by a 3D printer for Alzheimer’s patients at Methodist Village’s Alzheimer’s Special Care Unit. Accompany8ing him are Dr. Ken Warden, from left, dean of the College of CAST, Melissa Curry, CEO of Methodist Village, UAFS Chancellor Terisa Riley, and Carol Smith, business Development director for Methodist Village.
BAND LADY: The Squirrel Brain Gravy band encouraged onlookers to become music makers at the opening reception of “Territorial Arkansas.”
PEACEMAKER: Alumnus JD Clayton, ‘18, brought his style of music to the Peacemaker Festival this summer.
WISH LIST: Santa, who stopped by the Little Lions Meet Santa alumni event last year, will do some of his shopping with UAFS alumni.