A UA faculty member and his research colleagues have linked increased use of social media to higher chances of developing depression, through a nationwide study.
In hopes to save their businesses and local nightlife, some Northwest Arkansas bar owners have filed a lawsuit against the statewide COVID-19 curfew mandate.
Members of the UA campus community honored Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King at an online vigil Monday, emphasizing the importance of continuing his fight.
Total on-campus cases of COVID-19 rose by 29 Wednesday, while active cases fell by 44.
As we continue our journey into 2021, Gen-Z social media sensations have made their way onto this weekend’s new music playlist with early-2000s-inspired singles and covers.
Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision,” provides audiences with an anything-but-ordinary love story between a superhero and human-like robot.
Almost four years since his last album, Healy released “Tungsten” Jan. 13, an amalgamation of self-reflection and R&B musical elements.
In a time defined by isolation, some students have found a sense of community and escapism in the social media app TikTok.
Arkansas improved to 3-4 in conference play with a second-half revival against Auburn.
Arkansas ran out of gas in the fourth quarter, allowing the No. 4 Gamecocks to cruise to victory.
The Arkansas baseball team released its 54-game schedule on Tuesday afternoon.
The first regular season of the Sam Pittman era at Arkansas has come to an end, leaving Razorback fans hopeful for what is to come.
Identity politics played a large role in the recent presidential election and currently have too large of an influence within the Democratic Party.
The first case that Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett will hear could mean big changes for voter rights.
Senior Jessica Gobble implores her peers and legislators to reject the Trump Administration’s proposed cuts to the International Affairs Budget.
Improvements to public education are the only way to correct ongoing injustice in American communities where racism is still prevalent.