A UA faculty member received a $735,000 grant to start a biomedical genome editing research lab, the first of its kind at the UofA.
Some members of the Razorback Marching Band received custom-designed ear protection to wear during rehearsals and performances.
JJ’s Beer Garden and Brewing Co. will reopen in early 2020 after closing for renovations.
Ezra Klein spoke as the first presenter in the 2019-20 Distinguished Lecture Series.
NWA Responds to New Tobacco Laws
“Riverdale” returned to the CW on Oct. 9 for its fourth season, bringing a somber, heartfelt season premiere.
“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” premiered on Netflix on Oct. 11 as a sequel to the series “Breaking Bad.”
Beer and cider are on the menu this weekend as Oktoberfest, Ciderday and more come to Fayetteville.
New music released Friday includes singles from artists Harry Styles, Camila Cabello and Cigarettes After Sex.
The Razorback women's soccer team added another win to their record after beating the Mississippi State Bulldogs 6-1 on Sunday.
The Razorbacks have dealt with many changes and setbacks in preparation for the 2019-20 season, but the players are confident in the new head Hog at Bud Walton Arena.
Chad Morris looks for his first SEC win against Kentucky on Saturday.
The first home meet of the season saw both Razorback cross country teams place in the top-5 at the Chile Pepper Festival.
Harvard's efforts to snuff out Greek Life is damaging to students who used the groups as a way to make friends and find valuable life experiences.
The motives of religious displays on campus are called into question when using offensive materials.
The “spread love, not hate” mantra is not as airtight as it seems on college campuses.
University officials should restructure the University Perspectives classes that many students must take to include life skills like taxes and stress management.