JONESBORO – A new landmark was introduced to the Arkansas State University campus Tuesday morning when a 350-pound, bronze red wolf statue was presented to the university by the Student Government Association.
The statue was unveiled by Haley Stotts, president of the A-State Student Government Association, and Logan Mustain, SGA president when the idea for the statue originated during the 2015-16 academic year. Continue reading “Red Wolf Statue Unveiled on A-State Campus”
JONESBORO – An aspiring engineering major at Arkansas State University is the inaugural recipient of the Hytrol Scholarship for Engineering.
Brandon Cole is entering his junior year as a mechanical engineering major and the first Hytrol Scholar.
Born in Jonesboro, Cole grew up in Missouri then returned here to finish high school and begin his university experience at A-State. Continue reading “First Hytrol Scholarship Awarded to Brandon Cole”
JONESBORO – The Department of Military Science and Leadership at Arkansas State University commissioned three ROTC cadets for military duty during a Friday afternoon ceremony attended by family, friends and university staff. The new officers also received their university diplomas during Arkansas State’s Summer Commencement Friday evening.
Retired Lt. Col. Keith Blackman, a Jonesboro attorney and former District Court judge, was guest speaker for the commissioning ceremony. Blackman, an A-State alumnus with a degree in business administration, served 27 years in the military. Continue reading “A-State Dept. of Military Science Commissions Three 2nd Lieutenants”