T&P Journal: An old book with fresh insights for writing

T&P Journal: An old book with fresh insights for writing

Imagine an out-of-print book written more than 40 years ago about a journalistic role that has all but disappeared. Would such a publication be helpful to college students today? Yes indeed, if you’re talking about William Ruehlmann’s 1977 book Stalking the Feature...
T&P Journal: College 101 for students

T&P Journal: College 101 for students

A college education is quite an investment, and it only makes sense to get the most out of it. Here are some thoughts on enriching your learning and growth: (1) Please realize that a college education is not merely an accumulation of knowledge, but is also mastering...
T&P Journal: Keeping current challenges in perspective

T&P Journal: Keeping current challenges in perspective

During recent weeks we have seen comparisons between today’s coronavirus concerns and the Spanish flu of a hundred years ago. In addition, we’ve heard some say that our current arrangement of staying away from work—if continued—can lead to a worst-case scenario that...
T&P Journal: Graduation time in Arkansas

T&P Journal: Graduation time in Arkansas

While the University of Arkansas family includes people from all over the world, it has roots that are deep in the culture and history of the state of Arkansas. And as we approach graduation time for both high schools and colleges, we often hear graduation speeches...
T&P Journal: People to people — Interactions at work

T&P Journal: People to people — Interactions at work

There are several good resources available about building positive human interactions. One is a book originally published in 1936 by Dale Carnegie called How to Win Friends and Influence People. Another is a 2010 book by Daniel Lapin entitled Thou Shall Prosper. In...
T&P Journal: U of A, Corona, and Me

T&P Journal: U of A, Corona, and Me

Editor’s Note: Audrey France is a communications intern at Transit and Parking and a senior in her last semester at the University of Arkansas. Without a doubt, her college experience is coming to a close in a way that she and her classmates never envisioned. What...