Active COVID-19 cases on the UA campus plateaued Wednesday, following a recent downward trend.
Total confirmed and probable cumulative cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas have passed 80,000, while reported active cases on the UA campus are at their lowest since Aug. 26.
Arsaga's owners plan to open a new location in south Fayetteville in early October, trading in the restaurant's former train depot for an open-concept space.
The UofA’s active cases drop in time for the first Razorback football game of the season.
Quarantine provided one local photographer an opportunity to get creative with her work and to use her platform to promote body positivity.
Action Bronson released his sixth studio album, “Only For Dolphins,” a rap-infused tropical escape into wealth, drugs and New York City on Friday.
New albums from The Neighbourhood, Machine Gun Kelly, Joji and Sufjan Stevens were released Friday, unearthing newfound sounds from popular artists.
Razorback football, live music and the farmers market all make for an almost “normal” weekend in Fayetteville.
Razorback Soccer won its second match in as many weeks with a 4-1 decision over Kentucky.
The Arkansas Razorbacks dropped their first game of the 2020 season to Georgia, 37-10.
Razorback Football is set to open the Sam Pittman era against No. 4 Georgia this Saturday at Donald W. Reynolds Stadium.
The Arkansas men’s cross country team won its first meet of the year in Baton Rouge on Saturday afternoon.
Court fees are a modern day poll tax that block felons in some southern states from their right to vote even after they have served their time.
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.