International students from countries such as Panama, Myanmar and Saudi Arabia presented to attendees of the International Bazaar event on Tuesday.
UA Police Department officers arrested seven students, two temporary employees and three non-affiliated people between Nov. 9-14.
Members of the Northwest Arkansas transgender community and their allies will gather at the Fayetteville Town Center 6 p.m. Sunday to pay tribute to transgender people who have died from violence in 2019.
Mixed media artist and UA alumnus Cory Perry will showcase their artwork at a Fenix Fayetteville gallery “Consuming Culture,” through the end of November.
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Christmas lights in the Bentonville and Fayetteville Squares and Charles Dickens' “A Christmas Carol” at TheatreSquared bring a holiday feel to NWA.
Coldplay’s “Everyday Life,” released Nov. 22, dulls in comparison to singles from Harry Styles, Maggie Rogers and Kesha.
Fourteen undergraduate and graduate students involved with the UA Opera Theatre will perform “Hansel and Gretel” on Nov. 21-22 at the University Theatre.
Owners of Fayetteville vintage store Crimson and Clover started a vintage clothing market where they invite local creators to showcase and sell their work.
Isaiah Joe’s phenomenal second half led the Razorbacks to their fourth-straight win to start the season.
Three Razorback players each scored at least 20 points Nov. 20 as No. 20 Arkansas trounced Belmont 91-60.
Amber Ramirez continued her hot start of the year as the Hogs easily handled Stony Brook on Sunday.
The No. 1-ranked Arkansas women's cross country team earned a perfect score in the South Central Regional on Nov. 15, and the men's team finished second place. Both teams qualified for the NCAA Championships.
With all the buzz about banning Juuls, Americans are overlooking another dangerous device that many keep in their pocket every day.
Walmart’s quick action in response to gun violence begs the question: why can’t state legislators respond this quickly to gun violence?
A poorly-timed impeachment inquiry could leave House Democrats with four more years of Trump presidency.
What is perhaps the county government’s biggest problem is being pushed to the back burner.