As cumulative COVID-19 cases in Arkansas top 20,000 and the July 4 holiday approaches, Gov. Asa Hutchinson is urging Arkansans to avoid crowded gatherings and wear face masks to slow the spread.
As of June 17, active COVID-19 cases have risen nearly 70% statewide; of these cases, 38.9% are in Northwest Arkansas.
Twitter users shared stories Monday of their experiences with anti-Black prejudice at the UofA, while a group of students launched a new account to demand campus reforms.
As Arkansas tops 10,000 COVID-19 cases and Washington County tops 1,200, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said the second phase of statewide reopening will proceed as planned Monday.
Exposure to apps like TikTok that display pro-anorexia content has been harmfully triggering to a UA senior who recovered from her eating disorder eight years ago.
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.
Kjerstad and Martin picked, Opitz passed on in the shortened 2020 MLB draft.
For the last two seasons, Khalil Garland has adapted to a new and unexpected role for the Razorback basketball team after health concerns took him off the court.
Parker Tillson, Robert Stewart, Mason Choate and Drew Watzke discuss how the coronavirus’s effect on sports has had an impact on them.
For the 25th-straight season, Arkansas football was represented during the NFL Draft, with McTelvin Agim and Kamren Curl being selected this week.
UA officials should remove the Fulbright statue from campus and rename the Fulbright College in light of recent events that have reignited discussions of racial injustice in the United States.
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.