MBSF Gets Involved With Campus And Community

By Ryan Hill Staff Writer Monticello– The Mission Baptist Student Fellowship, also known as Alpha Omega, is a widely known organization at the University of Arkansas at Monticello and in the Monticello community.    MBSF hosts Renown, a Bible Study and worship service held every Thursday evening at 9 p.m.  MBSF is involved with “A Day Without Shoes”, … Continue reading

SSWA Gives Back To The Community

MONTICELLO – University of Arkansas-Monticello Student Social Work Association makes a positive impact on Monticello and Southeast Arkansas communities.    SSWA consists of eighteen full members, a faculty sponsor, and several non-members who contribute to SSWA projects. Assistant Professor and Faculty Sponsor for SSWA Donna Taylor indicated that SSWA is student-oriented. Taylor said SSWA, “finds out … Continue reading

New Coach Hired For UAM Football Team

By Ryan Hill Staff Writer MONTICELLO – The University of Arkansas-Monticello football coach recently hired a new offensive line and tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator.    Mario Jeberaeel was born in Detroit, Mich. and raised in Las Vegas, Nev. Jeberaeel played on the offensive line at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV).    Before … Continue reading

BCM Invites Delta Baptist Relief Team To Campus

By Ryan Hill Staff Writer MONTICELLO – The Baptist Collegiate Ministries invited the Delta Baptist Relief team to cook and serve lunch April 24.    The Delta Baptist Disaster Relief team, which consists of 26 churches, is prepared to come to the aid in any disaster and can cook for up to 300 people at a … Continue reading

Student Government Association Run-Off Election

   Student Government Association will hold Presidential run-off elections between Lei Brist and Jessica Noble. Polls re-open at noon on Monday, April 29 and close at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30.

New Surveillance Equipment Makes Students Feel Safer

By Kelly Reed Staff Writer MONTICELLO – New surveillance equipment on the University of Arkansas-Monticello campus makes students feel safer and decreases theft of property.    Over the past five years, UAM made efforts to improve security on campus by installing security cameras all across campus. Currently, surveillance systems cover many of the major housing halls, … Continue reading

Election Nominees Give Voters A Closer Glimpse

By Kelly Reed Staff Writer MONTICELLO – The University of Arkansas at Monticello will hold Student Government Association elections the week of April 22.    The candidates for student government president are Lei Brist, Dylan Miles and Jessica Noble.    Junior Lei Brist majors in communications and minors in criminal justice. Brist participates on several on-campus activities … Continue reading

BCM Students Visit Baptist Home

By Ryan Hill Staff Writer MONTICELLO-The University of Arkansas-Monticello’s Baptist Collegiate Ministry is reaching out to the Arkansas Baptist Children’s Home.    The BCM students are going off of UAM’s campus and into the community of Monticello to reach out to the children at the ABC Homes.    The BCM students’ mission is to serve in any … Continue reading

BCM Travels To Lawrence, KS For Mission Trip

By Ryan Hill Staff Writer MONTICELLO – The students of the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at the University of Arkansas at Monticello headed back to Lawrence, Kansas for a second straight year.    At Haskell Indian Nations University,  the students did most of the service work in 20 degree temperatures with wind chills colder than that.  The … Continue reading

Artist Shares Advice With Students

By Drew Foote Staff Writer MONTICELLO-A professional artist gave a seminar to University of Arkansas-Monticello art students about his art and becoming successful as an artist Monday, March 4, 2013 in the Design Room of the Art Complex.    Randall Good, from Denton, Texas, kept things informal and casual as he spoke to almost 30 students … Continue reading

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