Etched in Stone: U of A Students Help #SaveSeniorWalk
Senior Walk is one of the University of Arkansas' most beloved, unique and longstanding traditions.
Beginning with the first seniors who hand carved their names into the walk in 1905, Senior Walk has become an iconic tradition. As one walks across campus today, the cracks and deterioration of the Walk are a reminder that this history should be maintained.
"I am giving back because I believe in preserving and protecting our one-of-a-kind traditions. These traditions, from calling the Hogs to Senior Walk, bind all those who love the University of Arkansas together as one Razorback community." - Anna Cunningham, Student Alumni Board Vice President of Traditions
It is hallowed ground; yet the Walk sits inauspiciously in need of restoration and upkeep. The University of Arkansas administration works diligently to maintain the tradition with the addition of each new year of graduates. However, restoration of the past is becoming a much needed area for support. The time has come to support and give back to this revered tradition.
Fellow students, help preserve this time-honored tradition with a gift of any size to #SaveSeniorWalk!