Arkansas State

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Sound Of The Natural State
... The Sound of the Natural State is the marching band of Arkansas State University ... Labovitz (Director of Athletic Bands) the 'Sound of the Natural State' is the marching band of Arkansas State University located in Jonesboro, Arkansas ... Described as "one of Arkansas State's greatest assests" by Chancellor Potts, The SOUND is built on the long tradition of outstanding bands at Arkansas State ...
Dandridge McRae - Biography
... McRae moved to Searcy in White County, Arkansas ... McRea began his military service in Arkansas on September 12, 1860, when he was commissioned as the captain of a volunteer militia company named the "Arkansas ... cavalry troop, the Border Rangers, in Searcy Arkansas in April 1861 where he was elected and served as Captain ...
List Of United States Political Families (H) - The Hutchinsons
... Representative from Arkansas, 1993–1997 U.S ... Senator from Arkansas, 1997–2003 brother of Asa Hutchinson ... Representative from Arkansas, 1997–2001 administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, 2001–2003 Undersecretary for Border Transportation ...
Arkansas State Red Wolves Football - History - Promotion To Division I FBS
... During the 2005 football season, Arkansas State finished the regular season as Sun Belt Conference champions with a record of 6 wins and 5 losses and was invited to the New ... Arkansas State has won a total of nine conference championships – seven Southland Conference Championships and two Sun Belt Championships ... In 2008, Arkansas State changed its name from the Indians to the Red Wolves ...
Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks - Rivalries
... Meetings Record Series Leader Current Streak Arkansas State Louisiana–Monroe Trail of Tears Classic – 33 19–14 Arkansas State Arkansas State won 2 Louisiana–Lafayette Louisiana ...

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