Author Archives: Kristen Coppola

Snapshots from Belize

Last summer biochemistry major Roshni Patel (right) helped to launch an important new public health initiative in the U of A’s Faculty-Led Community Development program based in Dangriga, Belize. Roshni and other members of the health team partnered with the … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Honours College School of Witchcraft & Wizardry

Honours College School of Witchcraft and Wizardry Tournament Sunday, Feb. 15, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Ozark Hall 026: Auditorium below Honors Wing Dear Honours College Students, We are pleased to inform you that you have been invited to the Honours … Continue reading

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5 Minute Film Fest!

Pull out your cameras and get creative! Then join in and watch films with your friends at the first ever Honors College 5 Minute Film Fest! The festival will celebrate the best, the worst – truly all of the films … Continue reading

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Confronting Stereotypes in Dubai

Junior Zach Schwermann has majors in International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies and has tacked on two minors as well – Arabic and International Business. So it makes sense that he would be drawn to the Intensive Arabic Language Seminar … Continue reading

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Postcard from England: Zoe Rom

  Junior English major and French minor Zoe Rom traveled to England last summer to study with the Medieval England faculty-led program with Dr. William Quinn. In addition to visiting England’s storied Gothic cathedrals and world class museums, Zoe also experienced the … Continue reading

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Building Hope in Uganda: 5 Questions for Mary Nell Patterson

Mary Nell Patterson is a fourth-year landscape architecture student. Initially, she was a pre-nursing major, but after realizing that her fear of needles wasn’t going away anytime soon, she started to take notice of what she did love: art and … Continue reading

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Field Notes: A Fish Story

Honors student: Justin Reed, senior biochemistry and biology major Faculty mentor: Christian Tipsmark, assistant professor of biological sciences Overview: Schools of tiny fish originally from the coastal rice paddies of Southeast Asia may seem a little out of place in … Continue reading

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Katherine Dombek: Urban Fabric and Architecture

My name is Katherine Dombek.  I am a 4th year architecture student and I just returned from a semester abroad in Mexico.  For three weeks, I got the opportunity to travel through colonial cities in Mexico and pre-Columbian ruins in … Continue reading

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Mason Hollis: A Trip to Madrid Leaves Its Mark

Bodenhamer Fellow Mason Hollis clearly has a passion for his computer science major. He built his first website in fifth grade, worked to automate the creation of Facebook apps, and helped a Fayetteville High group develop a system that let … Continue reading

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