This week in Arkansas Business:
At the rate Arkansas is awarding college scholarships, money in the Arkansas Department of Higher Education’s reserve fund will run out by 2013. So director Jim Purcell says he’ll ask the Legislature this January to provide more money for scholarships or allow the department to cut the number awarded.
Meanwhile, the DHE is investigating how schools waive out-of-state tuition for certain students.
The latest list of the state’s top colleges and universities shows tuition up at most Arkansas schools.
The Log Cabin Democrat in Conway lays off two staffers, leaving a newsroom of six, in the aftermath of parent company Morris Publishing Group’s emergence from bankruptcy.
Go Red Wolves! This Arkansas State University graduate is now a VP at Verizon.
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