Aerial yoga studios give students a chance to combine art and exercise while bettering themselves.
Some UA professors are allowing students days off to take care of their mental health.
Sylvia Milo is the lone star of “The Other Mozart,” a one-woman show about women struggling in a patriarchal world.
March 14 is National Pi Day, and Staff Reporter Natalie Demaree celebrated the occasion by ranking the best slices of pie in Fayetteville.
A senior ceramics student opened a gallery in her home, with works from artists across the country.
These are the best songs from last week’s new releases, including music from Billie Eilish, Khalid and others.
As spring break approaches, check out reporter Lauren Ganim’s top picks for songs to welcome back the warmth of springtime.
“Top Dog/Underdog,” directed by Kevin Free, tackles themes dealing with family tensions, morality, and luck.
Captain Marvel proved to be just as heroic as all of the Marvel heroes who preceded her but didn’t quite meet the expectations of dedicated Marvel fans.
“The Wolves” at TheatreSquared follows the lives of a team of soccer players and the conversations they have as they grow up.
Sophomore Walter Ferguson and junior Jordan Strickland created Honey Collective and Honey Records to create music not only for themselves, but for other artists in Northwest Arkansas.
“Captain Marvel,” “Men of Steel, Woman of Wonder” are in Fayetteville to make the weekend action-packed.
NWA Hydrate is a spa located just off of Dickson Street that offers hydration, hangover prevention, weight loss and flu recovery– all from an IV bag.
Yoga and meditation give students the tools they need to deal with the anxiety and stress of being in college.
The accommodations from the Center for Educational Access make it easier for students living with learning disabilities, like dyslexia and ADD, to thrive in college.
Weighted blankets use deep touch pressure stimulation to simulate the feeling of being held or hugged, which helps people overcome the symptoms of anxiety and PTSD.
A republican representative introduced a bill into the Arkansas State Legislature that would raise the minimum age requirement for buying nicotine products to 21.
Students suffering from eating disorders and body dysmorphia struggle to cope with the anxiety of judgement from their peers.
Climb Bentonville opened its doors to people of all physical abilities to experience rock climbing Feb. 23.
New releases like “Wasteland, Baby!” and “Hello Happiness” welcome the beginning of March on Spotify.
Introduction to Human Sexuality course encourages students to communicate openly about sex with an artistic rendering of human sexual organs.
Ronda’s Roadhouse opened Jan. 23, just east of School Avenue, with unique barbecue and a classic western vibe.
“The Other Mozart” will be performed at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center to celebrate International Women's Day.
University Recreations is sponsoring a Wilderness First Aid Course to teach students, faculty and Fayetteville community members to be prepared in emergency situations.
CBS producers for hit reality show “Big Brother” are coming to Fayetteville to have open casting calls.
The Porch House, an in-home art gallery, will open Friday, March 1 on Cedarwood Avenue, within walking distance of Reid Hall.
Kick-off Mardi Gras weekend with a parade, live theatrical and musical performances or a movie.
DJ G Jones will showcase his debut EP album “The Ineffable Truth” at George’s Majestic Lounge Feb. 28 with music drawing upon trap, dubstep and bass influences.
The 91st Academy Awards was unable to escape critical responses from viewers, despite running effectively without a host.
The UofA polo team, created in 2018, is working to make polo less expensive for students and encourage more to take up the sport.
The 2019 Academy Awards was full of talented stars wearing dazzling outfits.
Some students have had difficulties navigating dining halls because of their dietary needs.
UA Museum members displayed taxidermied snakes in the Union Food Court to get students interested in their “Museum in the Union” speaker series.
Get in touch with your feels by tuning into the Arkansas traveler “Big Mood” playlist on Spotify.
Whimsy Cookie Company, which opened Jan. 31, provides a sweet experience for students and Fayetteville residents with a melt-in-your-mouth, moist and soft cookies.
Fayetteville residents and student can go to a show or be the show this week with events including karaoke, a food tasting and a night of music with “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” at the Walton Arts Center.
Netflix’s “Russian Doll”, which released Feb. 1, brings new and returning elements to the “Groundhogs Day” trope.
This would be the first time Abbigail Gray, a junior Ad/PR major, would be able to see runway shows live rather than on a computer screen. She is one of only a few select students chosen to attend an all-expenses paid trip Feb. 7-10 to Spring 2019’s New York Fashion Week.
Local businesses gathered Feb. 16 to compete in the 14th Annual Chilirhea Cookoff, helping to gather over $100,000 to donate to Alzheimer’s research in Arkansas.
After years of working towards their dream Karaoke Bar, two Fayetteville alumni open up Big Box Karaoke on Block Avenue.
The Arkansas Traveler predicts that “Roma” will take home best picture, Glenn Close as best actress and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” as the best animated feature this year at the Oscars.
One student trainer spends up to 10 hours a week teaching cardio classes on top of co-coaching small groups.
CJ’s Butcher Boy Burgers sets itself apart from other burger-joints in Fayetteville by cooking all its food in-house.
This week Fayetteville residents and students can see “Dixie’s Tupperware Party” at the Walton Arts Center, “Floozies with Too Many Zooz” at George’s Majestic Lounge or attend Open Mic Night at Nomads Music Lounge.
Learn more about Randall Shreve, his music and his tribute to Freddie Mercury at George’s Majestic Lounge.
“Kingdom Hearts III,” released Jan. 29, offers a satisfying, although sometimes confusing, conclusion to the series.
Listen to old and new hits like “I Will Always Love You,” by Whitney Houston, “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith and “When a Man Loves a Woman” for Valentine’s Day.
Former Northwest Arkansas resident Raj Suresh who got his start in Common Grounds is returning to Fayetteville on Feb. 14 to perform at George’s Majestic Lounge.
While expensive, UA students take measures to decorate or protect their nails from the elements.