What makes you proud to be a Razorback?

I am proud to be a Razorback because of the community. There’s a reason why Fayetteville is one of the best universities in the nation. We strive to create an atmosphere of inclusion and acceptance at the University of Arkansas.

What is your favorite campus activity? Why?

My favorite campus activity is the Hogs for Hope Dance Marathon because it is always fun, challenging, and it’s for a great cause!

What do you hope to do after graduation?

I hope to go to pharmacy school in order to get a doctorate in pharmacy. I will start applying to programs this summer.

What advice would you give to a new student at the U of A?

The main advice I would give to a new student at the U of A is to get involved. The best way to make the University of Arkansas your home is to find something you’re passionate about and get involved with a group that cares about the same things. If a group doesn’t already exist, it’s easy to make one!

How do you think your time at the University of Arkansas will influence your future?

My time at the University of Arkansas has influenced my future by helping me to believe that I have the ability to make a difference and has taught me there is a lot that can be done in order to make this world a better place. While we are powerful on our own, together we can accomplish more than we think.

“I am proud to be a Razorback because of the community. There’s a reason why Fayetteville is one of the best universities in the nation. We strive to create an atmosphere of inclusion and acceptance at the University of Arkansas.”

Russell Sharp

Age: 21

Year: Junior

Major: Biochemistry

Clubs/RSO involvement: Residents’ Interhall Congress, President; National Residence Hall Honorary, member; Pre-Pharmacy Society, member; Young Life College, member