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99th Year
2008-09

July 10, 2008

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"Fighting the Fires of Hate" now open, Dean B. Ellis Library, third floor

Beck PRIDE Center collection drive shipping tomorrow,
8 a.m.-12 noon,
ASU Armory

 

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Dr. Hickman publishes two articles
Dr. Paul Hickman, Art History, has published two articles about
19th-century American photographer John James Reilly in Stereo World magazine. The life and works of Reilly were featured in the first article, “John James Reilly: Catalog, Old Series (1867-75) and Views (1865-70),” in the magazine's January-February 2008 issue, and the second article, “John James Reilly: Additions to Chronology, Catalog: New Series (1879-86) and Views (1870-86), appeared in the May-June 2008 issue. Hickman is curator of ASU's Visual Resource Library. For details, see the NewsPage release.

Small Business Development Center presents seminar
ASU's Small Business Development Center (ASU SBDC) is sponsoring a seminar for Arkansas veterans in business. The seminar, “Arkansas Veterans in Business: Vets Helping Vets Succeed,” will be held Wednesday, July 16, at the Convocation Center. Major General William D. Wofford, The Adjutant General, Arkansas National Guard, will be the special luncheon guest speaker. Early registration is advised to ensure adequate workshop materials. Lunch will be provided free only for those who register by 9 a.m., Friday, July 11. Later registrants must make alternate luncheon arrangements. This seminar is free to veterans and their spouses and members of the Arkansas National Guard and Reserves. The cost is $30 per person for non-veterans. The seminar includes a series of workshops on various business topics, focusing on starting or developing a business. Hosts for the event are the ASU Small Business Development Center, the ASU Beck PRIDE Center for Wounded Veterans, Arkansas Capital Corporation, the ASU Delta Center for Economic Development, the ASU College of Business, and the Arkansas National Guard. To register or for details, contact Susan Glasgow, training coordinator, at ext.3517, visit the SBDC online, or see the NewsPage release.  

ASU alumnus Stephen Koch premiers new work
ASU alumnus and award-winning journalist Stephen Koch, B.S., Radio-Television, 1992, will present his new work, "JUMP!: The Louis Jordan Story," Saturday and Sunday, July 19-20, 6-9:30 p.m., at the Lucy Lockett Cabe Festival Theatre, Wildwood Park for the Arts, 20919 Denny Road, Little Rock. The high-energy musical tribute "JUMP!" is part of Wildwood's celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Brinkley native Louis Jordan. Koch, founder of the Louis Jordan Tribute, has been researching and writing about Jordan, his music, and his influence on rhythm and blues and popular culture for more that 15 years. Koch's popular program, Arkansongs, is syndicated on National Public Radio affiliates across the state, and is his home station FM-89s most popular podcast. Arkansongs can be heard on KASU 91.9 FM on Fridays at 4:50 p.m. as part of National Public Radio's program, All Things Considered. Tomorrow's edition of Arkansongs will discuss Jordan and his song "Caldonia," an example of jump blues, a genre popularized by Jordan, and a number 1 hit on the race records chart in May, 1945.

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