After administrators canceled the traditional week-long spring break at the UofA’s flagship campus, some schools in the system have made minor or no modifications to their schedules.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, some students are staying on campus or participating in modified Thanksgiving celebrations to protect their elderly or at-risk relatives.
COVID-19 cases in Arkansas continue to rise as the state sees record-breaking numbers of hospitalizations two days in a row.
From Friday until Jan. 3, Arkansas businesses licensed to sell alcohol must close at 11 p.m. in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Mid-November music releases offer upbeat choruses, R&B inspired vocals and melodramatic synths from artists like Cautious Clay, Justin Bieber, Peach Tree Rascals and Miley Cyrus.
Fayetteville residents can get in the holiday spirit this weekend with a virtual tree-lighting festival and some classic football rivalry.
Director Ron Howard offers generalized insight into the culture of poor, white Americans living in the Kentucky Appalachian region with Netflix film “Hillbilly Elegy.”
BENEE explores themes of budding romance and idolization on her debut album, “Hey U X,” solidifying herself as an artist of depth.
The Arkansas Razorback men’s basketball team opened up its 2020-21 season with win against the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils on Wednesday night.
The Arkansas-Missouri game has been postponed due to COVID-19.
The SEC Soccer Tournament crown has eluded the Razorbacks for the fifth straight year.
The LSU Tigers escaped Fayetteville with a 27-24 victory over the Arkansas Razorbacks on a rainy Saturday afternoon.
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.
Improvements to public education are the only way to correct ongoing injustice in American communities where racism is still prevalent.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought America outside, exposing just how privileged outdoor recreation is.