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  • A merry-go-round of an arguing family
    A-State Theatre Presents
    God of Carnage

    A-State’s Department of Theatre continues the 2019-20 season with “God of Carnage” by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton. Reza’s comic masterpiece displays humanity at its most primal and most hilarious extremes.

  • Honors students on their visit to Eastern Europe
    A-State Honors College
    The trip of a lifetime

    Honors College students extended their knowledge of the Cold War from the classroom into visits to the locations and people they studied. The group spent two weeks abroad and visited sites in Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Austria.

  • A sheep gazes out at the A-State farm

    Chancellor Kelly Damphousse announced to faculty today the start of a 180-day study period with Adtalem to create state’s first vet school.

  • A multi-colored Sankofa Bird looking back
    Black History Month 2020
    Looking Back to go Forward

    Observance of Black History Month at Arkansas State University begins Saturday, Feb. 1, and runs through Saturday, Feb. 29, with a full slate of activities. The month of special events gets underway Monday, Feb. 3, in the Carl R. Reng Student Union.

  • Students walking on campus
    Experience A-State
    Schedule a Campus Visit

    People can tell you how great a place is, they can show you pictures and use every descriptive word in the book, but the best way to know whether it’s right for you is to see it – and experience it – for yourself!

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