Arkansas State University's Heritage Sites Reopen
Each site has a reduced tour schedule due to COVID-19.
Welcome to A-State Connections. I am your host Johnathan Reaves. Over the next hour, you will hear interviews and stories about the people of Arkansas State who are making an impact throughout the communities in the region. This show not only focuses on things that are going on at just the Jonesboro campus, but also on the other campuses across the ASU System. More information and today’s features on A-State Connections can be found at kasu.org, go to Shows, and find the A-State Connections drop down link. You can also find show segments on the new KASU app. Just use the search term “KASU app” in iTunes or Google Play.
Up First…Heritage Sites. After having to shut down due to COVID-19, Arkansas State University’s Heritage Sites are back open, with limited tours. Executive Director of the Heritage Sites Dr. Adam Long gives an update in this interview. Click on the Listen button for the entire interview.
Dr. Adam Long is the executive director of the Arkansas State University Heritage Sites. When we come back, we will have another segment of A-State Connections and Create@State: Making Connections that Count. You’re listening to A-State Connections on KASU.