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Jasper Logan

KUAF Community Engagement, Events, Social Media
  • Between the late 1800s through the 1970s, thousands of towns deemed themselves sundown towns to drive out Black populations from living in them, including Springdale. Trey Carlisle and Todd Mack are the co-creators of the Black Legacy Project, and came to discuss the project’s goals and how the roundtable impacted community members.
  • The level of activity is picking up. As organizations move toward pre-pandemic schedules, KUAF is organizing an event Friday from 5:00-7:00 pm to re-engage volunteers.
  • On today's show, a conversation about perseverance and creativity from The Lunch Hour. Plus, an ecologist is measuring how Ozark prairie snakes are harmed by prescribed fires, a history lesson about scholarships at the University of Arkansas, and much more.
  • On today's show, a conversation about perseverance and creativity from The Lunch Hour. Plus, an ecologist is measuring how Ozark prairie snakes are harmed by prescribed fires, a history lesson about scholarships at the University of Arkansas, and much more.
  • Our latest Lunch Hour conversation covers topics like perseverance, opporutnity and confidence. KUAF's Jasper Logan and Cyrenthia McClennan (from our podcast The Space) talked with musican Amor and caterer/chef Nate Walls. The conversation was recorded at Lens Audio in Fayetteville.
  • Our latest Lunch Hour conversation covers topics like perseverance, opporutnity and confidence. KUAF's Jasper Logan and Cyrenthia McClennan (from our podcast The Space) talked with musican Amor and caterer/chef Nate Walls. The conversation was recorded at Lens Audio in Fayetteville.