Supply shortages and scheduling confusion have left some eligible Arkansans waiting weeks or months to receive their COVID-19 vaccine doses.
The Vision ticket will lead ASG and the student body in the 2021-22 school year.
UAPD officers are investigating a report of a rape in Maple Hill East.
Around 49,000 new Arkansans are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine under Phase 1-B of the Arkansas rollout.
“The Clean House,” the Arkansas Public Theatre’s second production of the 2021 season, runs through Sunday at the Victory Theater.
Smooth R&B and upbeat pop releases from accomplished artists are the perfect cure for the cold-weather gloom.
For one Fayetteville native, the journey through adolescence and toward a higher education has been fraught with challenges.
From intriguing documentaries to sci-fi thrillers, March’s new streaming releases offer something for everyone.
The Diamond Hogs flexed their muscles with their fourth late-inning comeback of the year against the Murray State Racers on Friday.
The No. 16 Razorback softball team went 6-0 in the Razorback Invitational over the weekend.
The Arkansas club hockey team picked up its seventh win of the season Sunday afternoon in Springdale.
The Razorback track and field teams emerged victorious from the SEC Indoor Championships over the weekend.
Mt. Everest is not the untouched mountain we often make it out to be. Commercialization has left the highest peak in the world littered with corpses and garbage.
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.