The group were sharing an anti-war on Syria message.
An organizer of the group says they're tired of being bullied by the government and believe many are supporting the war based on misinformation.
The more people we get on our side, the more people become aware of what's really going on, the more people will wake up and stop supporting the war," says Charles Fultz, one of the protesters.
Around a dozen people showed up for Saturday's rally.
A handful of them marched down to Razorback Stadium to spread their message.