The ASG Senate voted unanimously to support the Faculty Senate’s proposed legislation that would allow students to change their spring 2020 letter grades to Pass or No Credit.
At least 55 homes were destroyed and 22 people were injured by an EF3 tornado that swept through Jonesboro Saturday.
Arkansas has topped 500 cases of COVID-19, as projections show that the state could see 2,000-15,000 hospitalizations and need more than 500 ventilators.
As statewide COVID-19 cases continue to climb, officials are ordering business closures and furthering restrictions on public services and travel.
Those looking for escapism and entertainment in the time of quarantine can turn to bingeable streaming options ranging from classic cartoons to brand-new theatrical releases.
Some students have canceled their spring break plans amid COVID-19-related closures and will try to turn their self-quarantines into “staycations.”
People stuck at home over the weekend and during spring break can take advantage of online entertainment such as new streaming releases and virtual concerts.
Students who want to reduce their impact on the environment have turned to thrifting and sustainable clothing companies to avoid buying fast fashion products.
The Razorbacks fall to the Illinois State Redbirds on Tuesday in the Hogs’ fourth-straight loss.
Jimmy Whitt Jr. recorded a double-double in his final game in a Razorback uniform as Arkansas took care of LSU 99-90.
The Razorback softball team lost its second game of the Wooo Pig Classic on Saturday afternoon, falling to No. 9 Florida State.
The heroics of Baylor’s Taylor Ellis kept Arkansas from winning its 14th game of the season in a tight series opener.
President Donald Trump should speak out against the internment camps in China, not focus on optimizing trade deals with them.
Arkansas legislators should consider a push to limit the governor’s pardoning power after former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin abused this right.
Protesters at Petland last month are proof that animal mistreatment won’t be tolerated in Northwest Arkansas.
California’s Homecoming Project could lower recidivism and give valuable job skills to former inmates if implemented in Northwest Arkansas.