World Cup 2014

World Cup 2014: Dempsey, Brooks give US 2-1 win over Ghana. Dempsey scored one of fastest goals in World Cup history



June 20

UA officials suspended research privileges to the conservative website, the Washington Free Beacon, after material from the library’s Special Collections about Hillary Clinton was allegedly published without university consent.

June 7

Members of Northwest Arkansas commemorated the retirement of former football coach Frank Broyles with a celebratory dinner.

Aug. 4

The Texas-based restaurant chain Whataburger purchased two lots in Fayetteville on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard at the beginning of August for the company’s second location in Arkansas.

Aug. 15

The Walton Arts Center began renovating its theater Aug. 4 and is expected to be completed by opening season in September.


Aug. 3

Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers with Edie Brickell came to the Arkansas Music Pavilion.

Aug. 22-24

Local retailer Fayettechill is organizing the End of Summer Daze, a festival dedicated to outdoor events in the Ozarks.

Aug. 28-Sept. 21

“One Man, Two Guvnors” is coming to TheatreSquared Aug. 28. Directed by the UofA’s own Amy Herzberg, the play follows the comedic, yet hazardous attempts of Francis Henschall trying to keep his two “guvnors” in line.

Sept. 26

Grab some blankets and head to the Arkansas Music Pavilion on Sept. 26 to share an evening with The Avett Brothers.

Oct. 21-26

Girls, glamour and Gershwin: The lighthearted 1920s-era musical “Nice Work If You Can Get It” will debut Oct. 21 at the Walton Arts Center.


July 9

On July 9, Cox Communications announced it would carry the SEC Network, joining competitors DISH Network, AT&T U-verse, Google Fiber and others.

July 3

It would be a stretch to say soccer is among the more popular sports in the United States, but during this summer's FIFA World Cup, the eyes of many Americans turned to the soccer stadiums of Brazil and discovered new realms of fandom.

July 15

Razorback head football coach Bret Bielema's personality was on full display during the 2014 Southeastern Conference Media Days in July, and he was not shy about speaking his mind.

July 29

The summer months are a crucial time for the improvement of college basketball players, and two Razorbacks got a leg up on the competition by attending a pair of elite summer camps

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