Raven Nobles

Raven Nobles is the Assistant Art Walk Coordinator at The Studio Downtown. After transferring from Hendrix to the University of Central Arkansas, then a pandemic hitting, Raven has truly learned what it means to pivot and thrive in the midst of chaos. As a senior Public Relations student, her passion is cultivating lasting relationships through effective communication with those around her. In her free time, she enjoys running, writing, reading, and the more than occasional thrifting trip. - Raven is UCA chapter president of Public Relations Student Society of America - She is a member of BearsServe Leader at UCA - Connect with Raven on Instagram and LinkedIn providing public service through BearsServe Leaders and Public Relations Student Society of America.

Jammin’ and Jivin’ in Conway’s Live Music Scene

If you’re searching for some good company and good tunes, look no further! Conway has a variety of live music venues to choose from and Conway Scene is about to give you the lowdown on some of the most popular spots. Kings Live Music Starting off strong in Downtown, we have Kings Live Music. Whether […]

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Lesley Graybeal finds a match made in community collaboration as Director of Service-Learning and Volunteerism

Service to others is a passion for helping others achieve their goals, providing help where help is needed or contributing time and effort to others. Merriam Webster defines “service” as “the action of helping or doing work someone,” and this action is the primary goal of Lesley Graybeal. Graybeal is the Director of Service-Learning and

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Meet the Author: Catherine Buercklin

Catherine Buercklin describes herself as “a silly person” and as someone who always encourages those around her, even called “the feelings fairy” Buercklin is constantly feeling the feels. With these feelings come the harsh reality: mental illness and not being okay.  Facing those issues is immensely important to her. She knows what it feels like

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Rachel Lovelace of RayLoveThreads

Women’s History Month: Rachel Lovelace of RayLoveThreads

How can you define Rachel Lovelace? A woman, daughter, mother, creative, business owner, a Christian: a few of many titles she holds. Since 2017, Lovelace has been the owner of RayLoveThreads, a custom bag business born from her love of all things creative. What began as a project for a class bloomed into a full-blown

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Najeé Fletcher of THINK Coffee

Najeé Fletcher of THINK Coffee Presents: The Daisy Bates

Najeé Fletcher of Conway, Arkansas decided to educate the community and create a home state connection with the launch of the Daisy Bates beverage at THINK Coffee. February is Black History Month. A celebration meant to educate others on the challenges faced by Black individuals and create community awareness of hardships. As a Black woman,

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