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.
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.
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.
From Frost Fest to the 2019 Women’s March, the first weekend of February has plenty for Fayetteville residents and students to enjoy.
When one freshman arrived at the UofA, he was surprised there was not a club sport for water polo, so he created his own.
Stage 18, a local music venue, announced plans to close its doors in a Facebook post two days after its second anniversary.
To protect themselves on campus or around Fayetteville, some students carry pepper spray or tasers while others opt to take self-defense classes.
The international cultures of students at the UofA affect how they celebrate Christmas and what holidays they celebrate in addition to Christmas.
Spotify Premium for Students has added Showtime to its available streaming services for its student package.
People in the Northwest Arkansas area who are looking for fun and unique local activities are in luck with an entertainment app that provides information on where to eat and what to see and do in NWA. With the simple act of scrolling on a screen, this app can help turn a boring weekend searc…
An orange cat named Clementine strolls between the legs of music lovers at Cat’s Cradle, a converted two-car garage turned music venue. The aroma of home cooking for visiting bands mingles with the smell of sweat from concertgoers cooling off in the backyard.
The morning sun crested the horizon and cast shadows throughout the rolling expanse of the Badlands. Four years ago, a Panamanian student dreamt of American cities and their promise of advancing technology, celebrity and success. But after two trips to New York City, he found his American dr…
Although he doesn’t seem like it with his button-like nose and a skip in his step, a small fluffy white dog has a massive responsibility resting on his shoulders.
He wasn’t shouted down in the streets in his religious small town for his lack of faith, nor was he stopped in the hallways of his schools. He wasn’t treated drastically different from before his peers learned he was non-religious. There weren’t any radical changes since he began identifying…
One junior has had to deal with a lot of unsettling comments when she tells people she’s bisexual. “Oh, cool, you would be down for a three-way,” is one of them.
One sophomore has found solace in a homey section of the Arkansas Union, where she can talk about anything and engage with other students. The Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education is a place for her to clear her mind, de-stress and reinvigorate herself as she studies.
Although U.S. citizenship applications are on the rise, the zero-tolerance policy has scared potential applicants into the shadows by separating families despite them not posing a danger to society, a UA instructor said.
A shop located in Downtown Fayetteville induces a sugar rush before customers even step foot in the door.
In various undisclosed locations around Northwest Arkansas, one UA student found himself at the heart of a thriller full of grit, mystery and cold hard crime as an extra and production assistant.