Family Week at ASU-Beebe

They’ve got the music in them

ABOVE: Richard Williams of Rose Bud, Avery Litton of Greenbrier and William Holcomb of Vilonia (from left), all freshman music majors at Arkansas State University-Beebe, work the T-shirt table Tuesday night before the Six Appeal A Cappella vocal group concert in the Grove area of campus. The campus community and their families were treated to a free dinner of hamburgers, side items, brownies and soft drinks. Family Week T-shirts were given out. LEFT: The Six Appeal A Cappella group from Minnesota performs in the Grove area. ASU-Beebe Dean of Students Zackery Tucker said this was the first in-person public event at the school since COVID-19. “We really didn’t close down or shut down as a college during the pandemic. We were in-person and providing in-person services for our students, but this is the first time we invited the community back on campus.” Also during Family Week, there are virtual escape rooms that families may sign up for with their students and there is a social media bingo game that they may choose to participate in online.

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