Zuzanna Sitek

Reporter, Ozarks at Large
courtesy / Experience Fayetteville

The Fayetteville Visitors Bureau unveiled its new branding for the city of Fayetteville. It includes a new logo, a redesigned website and a new tourism marketing campaign.

On today’s show, while the formal debate over the Affordable Care Act is on pause, at least, in Washington, people are still affected. We begin a two-part series emphasizing the complicated nature of national health care. Plus John Brummett takes a moment to reflect and the good and the bad of the 91st Arkansas General Assembly.

courtesy / Grox Industries

A team of University of Arkansas graduate students is heading to Rice University this weekend after earning a coveted spot in the school's business plan competition. The team formed a company called Grox Industries and will be pitching a new type of glass coating technology to the judges at Rice. The students are in Dr. Carol Reeves' entrepreneurship course, which is known for helping students establish companies that are successful well beyond the entrepreneurship program.

 

Tomorrow, an event will be held in Fayetteville that will allow people of different backgrounds to learn more about one another. On today's program, we hear more about the Meet a Muslim Barbecue/Fahad Tasleem Talk. Also, The Show Ponies join us in the studio to help us end the month of March with music.

The University of Arkansas Muslim Student Association is holding their Meet a Muslim Barbecue this Saturday, April 1, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Greek Theater. President Faizullah Asif says it will be a great opportunity for anyone in the community to come hang out, talk and get to know one another.

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