Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke addressed UA students and Fayetteville community members Sunday, emphasizing the importance of political activism.
UAPD received a report of rape that occurred in Gladson Ripley Hall on April 11.
Faye, a 13-week-old golden retriever puppy will be on campus this fall to begin her career as UAPD’s new K9.
Fayetteville City Council members adopted new regulations for electric rideshare scooters, but will not require riders to wear helmets.
UAPD officers are investigating a report of sexual assault involving minors that took place in Founders Hall on July 9.
UAPD officers are investigating a UA staff member’s report that her supervisor spoke and touched her in an inappropriate way Monday.
Students tried to rally support for the Green New Deal in a town hall meeting June 20.
Members of the Northwest Arkansas LGBTQ community participated in the annual NWA Pride Parade on June 15.
UAPD officers are investigating a report of sexual assault they received from a female high school student.
Following an altercation at Yeehawg on Dickson Street, Fayetteville Police Department officers arrested a woman despite her claims of being treated unfairly by the bar’s owner.
Students are drawn to Greek Life because of the connections and relationships they form through their organizations.
In preparation for the upcoming year, ASG executives have appointed cabinet members and outlined plans for increased student outreach.
Local businesses such as Doomsday Coffee & Roasterie and Chick-fil-A offer discounts to UA students.
With access to programs like a relaxation room and workout machines, students can achieve and maintain healthy lifestyles while at the UofA.
FPD officers did not find any threats in the John Paul Hammerschmidt Federal Building after they received a bomb threat Tuesday morning.
A student reported to Campus Security Authorities that someone sexually assaulted them in Pomfret Hall in early September.
Police arrested three students and four people not affiliated with the UofA between April 22-28.
An estimated 48,000 Arkansans have gambling problems, with some students gambling their paychecks and grants in an attempt to make a net gain.
Students use study drugs they are not prescribed to perform better in classes, but these stimulants can be harmful.
One student seeks to change the stigmas associated with sugar baby arrangements, emphasizing that the value of his relationship went beyond financial transactions.
Some students and Fayetteville residents struggle with alcoholism or have struggled in the past, sometimes resulting in tragic consequences, but addiction programs have helped.
Drunk shopping can lead students to buy things they may not actually want or need.
Some students use MDMA at music festivals, but the negative effects of the drug can be dire.
Some college-aged students use marijuana to cope with mental health issues, but some use it to experience the high.
The 17th annual Take Back the Night March addressed sexual assault in Northwest Arkansas and focused on recognizing survivors of sexual assault.