Two Fayetteville police officers shot and arrested a man after a nearly seven-hour standoff on Joyce Boulevard on Friday night, according to a press release from the Fayetteville Police Department.
Whitney Williams, a UA senior, became the first baton twirler to claim the Miss Arkansas title on June 19.
UA Chancellor Joe Steinmetz resigned from his position at the UofA, effective Friday, after serving for 38 years in higher education.
TheatreSquared’s production of “Matilda” leaves audience members captivated by vivid storytelling, active choreography and talented young actors.
Two UA freshmen share family recipes like tres leches cakes and chocolate pie with others through their Instagram-based baking business.
The outdoors have provided a much-needed escape for some UA students and Northwest Arkansans during the pandemic.
Indie-rock band Crumb shows little sign of musical growth on “Ice Melt,” released Friday, intermixing psychedelic-rock with loose jazz.
Kevin Kopps added the Golden Spikes Award to his impressive list of 2021 accolades Thursday night.
North Carolina State became the first team to take a series from the No. 1 Razorbacks with a 3-2 win Sunday.
The North Carolina State Wolfpack extended its season Saturday afternoon, prevailing 6-5 over Arkansas and pushing the Razorbacks to the brink of elimination.
Lent, the forty-day period leading up to Easter, is observed by many Christians, but can also serve as a period of cleansing for anyone.
Native peoples are the original stewards of the land U.S. citizens learn on, work on, live on, and most importantly, enjoy. Acknowledging their legacy on the land we benefit from is essential to respect and reconciliation with Native groups.
Students and community members are still waiting for a decision from the UofA on the presence of Sen. J. William Fulbright and Gov. Charles Brough on campus.
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.