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Campus Closing for Holiday Break

Arkansas Tech University President Dr. Robert C. Brown announced that campus will close at noon on Wednesday, December 23, in observance of the holiday break.

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CLL Works Toward Student Success

Arkansas Tech University's Center for Leadership and Learning is partnering with the Pottsville School District and the Wonderview School District to increase technology use in the classroom.

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Sneed Receives ABEA Scholarship

Arkansas Tech University senior Molly Sneed received the Phyllis Smith Memorial Scholarship from the Arkansas Business Education Association earlier this year.

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Vining Makes History in Suns' Win

At this rate, Jenny Vining is going to send us scrambling for our thesaurus to find new superlatives to describe her play for the Arkansas Tech women’s basketball team.

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Zone Defense Lifts Tech to Victory

A defensive adjustment and a series of clutch 3-pointers produced a 60-47 Arkansas Tech victory over the Alabama-Huntsville Chargers in men’s basketball action at Spragins Hall in Huntsville on Monday night.

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Watch Senior Shoutouts

Several Arkansas Tech graduates stopped before Saturday's commencement exercises to thank those who have helped throughout their time at Arkansas Tech.  Click the "Read More" tab to watch video messages from some of the graduates to their family, friends and faculty.

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Preston Named D-II Coordinator of the Year

Arkansas Tech assistant football coach Scott Preston has been selected as the 2009 NCAA Division II coordinator of the year by the Web site www.footballscoop.com.

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Tech Graduate Joins U.S. Army

One Arkansas Tech graduate is one of the newest members of the United States Army.  Brandon Faircloth commissioned Saturday afternoon in between commencement ceremonies.

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Nurses Receive Pins

Twenty nursing students at Arkansas Tech received their nursing pins Friday evening during a ceremony in the Doc Bryan Student Services Building Lecture Hall.

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Tech Basketball Teams Visit UAH Tonight

Arkansas Tech's basketball teams will both look to continue their historic starts to the 2009-10 basketball season tonight when they visit the University of Alabama-Huntsville for a non-conference doubleheader.

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