ASG senators voted unanimously to pass a resolution Feb. 11 that supports renovating the nursing room in the Arkansas Union.
Speakers from the NWA Center for Sexual Assault emphasized the importance of male intervention to prevent rape and sexual assault at an on-campus event Feb. 11.
Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz spoke to students Feb. 12 about their campus safety and wellness concerns, announcing planned improvements to campus spaces and increased funding toward wellness and safety.
Fayetteville police arrested 41 people, issued 411 citations, and received 229 crime reports between Feb. 6 and Feb. 13.
A new Chartwells campaign focused on post-consumer waste will encourage students to be more mindful of their food consumption and waste habits.
UAPD officers arrested seven students and received one report of aggravated assault between Feb. 12-19.
The NAACP RSO teaches members a dance that combines traditional African dances with hip-hop as part of their week long celebration of Black History Month.
UA police officers arrested two students and five non-affiliated people and received three reports of theft between Feb. 6-11.
Recycling center employees found a dead white man at Fayetteville’s Recycling Center dropoff after a truck unloaded from its morning route, FPD Sgt. Anthony Murphy said
The classifications of Lot 46W and Lot 62 changed on Feb. 7. after the Jan. 28 meeting of the Transit, Parking and Traffic Committee.
FPD officers arrested 62 people between Jan. 23-30, with 24 on felony charges and 38 on misdemeanor charges.
Renovation and expansion projects at the Fayetteville Public Library and David W. Mullins Library are on schedule for their respective completion dates of Oct. 9 and summer 2021.
Associated Student Government senators voted Tuesday on a bill that would require them to compose one piece of legislation each semester.
Recent data shows the rate of STI contractions in Arkansas is increasing steadily for the fourth year in a row.
Some students and sex educators are desperate for a sex education overhaul in Arkansas as STI rates climb and the state holds steady as first in the nation for teenage birth rates.
Some Arkansas nonprofit organizations are working to prevent future incidents of human trafficking by educating the public on the issue.
NWA Space, a local non-profit organization, plans to build a planetarium and observatory in Lowell, Arkansas.
FPD officers arrested 12 people on felony charges between Jan. 10-16.
A missionary for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community visits the Arkansas Union every week to dispel misconceptions about his community.
UA Police Department officers arrested two students and three non-affiliated people between Jan. 23-27.
The Marshall Arkansas, a new student housing complex on the corner of MLK Jr. Blvd and Razorback Road, will have more than 600 units and will open in August 2021.
The Northwest Arkansas Continuum of Care organization tested a new app in their 2020 survey of the homeless population in NWA.
Following a state health directive after 35 mumps cases were confirmed on campus in December 2019, 66 of the UofA’s 4,000 workers are still not in compliance.
Rogers and Springdale approved free bus rides through Ozark Regional Transit on Jan. 1.
Students and Fayetteville residents marched through downtown Fayetteville on Jan. 25 to protest war with Iran.
NWA Children’s Shelter officials are opening a charter school in August offering kindergarten through third grade for kids who have experienced trauma.
ASG senators unanimously passed a proclamation Tuesday honoring the service of FPD Officer Stephen Carr.
UA Police Department officers arrested three students and two non-affiliated people between Jan. 17-22.
UA Police Department officers are investigating after a female student reported she was raped on Tuesday.
City council members voted Tuesday to implement a parking deck near Arsaga’s at the Depot.
Meal swipe donation drive coordinators collected 5,386 donations during the fall 2019 drive, the highest number in the program’s history.
UA Campus Card office employees are working to issue freshmen a new ID card this fall that will allow students to tap their card on a payment device instead of swiping it.
Arrests and violent crimes decreased in 2019, according to the Fayetteville Police Department’s summary report.
UA Police Department officers arrested six students, one staff member and four non-affiliated people between Jan. 10-16
Fayetteville officials will be decreasing service charges for recycling programs, building bike trails and implementing other sustainable practices in 2020.
Following the 2018 election year, wherein women ran for office in record numbers, many local women are increasing their political involvement and supporting other female candidates.
Workers are on track to finish renovations at 430 W. Dickson St. by summer 2020.
Students may find long-term mental health treatment using a website created by the UA Pat Walker Health Center and Thriving Campus.
Students explore potential changes to the RazALERT emergency notification system after recent shootings in the community.
Several campus construction projects reached completion over break.
Thousands of Australians feel that the Australian government has not done enough to try and help communities recover from wildfires that have been burning since September.
The effects of U.S. foreign policy have extended to Palestinian and Israeli students in Arkansas.
UofA students fear what the Hong Kong protests could mean for the future of Hong Kong and mainland China.
Northwest Arkansas Center for Sexual Assault expands outreach effort after hiring new executive director.
The NWA Center for Sexual Assault’s support group for LGBTQ victims has had markedly lower attendance than the center’s other support groups, leading one advocate to try new strategies.
Following Trump’s Jan. 3 strike that killed a top Iranian general, tensions between the U.S. and Iran have heightened, causing distress for Iranian citizens in the U.S. and their families in Iran.
A staff member reported Jan. 6 that several campus street signs have been damaged or stolen over the last two months, including stop signs on Dickson Street and Razorback Road.
FPD officers are investigating an apparent suicide by hanging after a passerby found a dead body Monday in south Fayetteville.
UAPD officers arrested three students and two non-affiliated people between Dec. 12-18.
Health center officials have confirmed 35 cases of mumps on the UA campus since September.