ASG senators unanimously passed a proclamation Tuesday honoring the service of FPD Officer Stephen Carr.
UA Police Department officers are investigating after a female student reported she was raped on Tuesday.
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.
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.
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.
Health center officials have confirmed 35 cases of mumps on the UA campus since September.
A meal swipe donation drive organized by the Associated Student Government, the Volunteer Action Center and Chartwells will run through Dec. 20.
After proposing an idea to create an on-campus hostel, a team of UA students are working to further the project and connect international students with domestic students.
Reshma Saujani, CEO and Founder of Girls Who Code, gave the final UA Distinguished Lecture of the semester Dec. 4 at the Fayetteville Town Center.
Pat Walker Health Center officials offered free HIV testing Dec. 4 at the Arkansas Union.
Chartwells and the UA Volunteer Action Center teamed up to donate cookies to the Full Circle Food Pantry on Dec. 3.
Razorback Athletics officials expanded alcohol sales to men’s and women’s basketball games after making more than $700,000 in alcohol sales at the 2019 season’s football games.
Facilities Management officials have included plans for more gender-neutral restrooms in all future construction projects and full-building renovations.
The recent successes of Razorback women’s sports have not changed the trend of these programs losing money and paying their coaches less.
UAPD officers arrested seven students and five non-affiliated people from Nov. 16-27.
Razorback Athletics officials are responding to confirmed mumps cases on campus by offering an MMR booster.
After the first of two companies introduced e-scooters to Fayetteville, UAPD officers are offering scooter safety tips.
The Arkansas Department of Health confirmed nine cases of mumps on campus.
International students from countries such as Panama, Myanmar and Saudi Arabia presented to attendees of the International Bazaar event on Tuesday.
UA Police Department officers arrested seven students, two temporary employees and three non-affiliated people between Nov. 9-14.
Members of the Registered Student Organization Friends of India celebrated Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center on Nov. 10.
Students and faculty evacuated from J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. Center for Academic Excellence at 1:45 p.m. after UAPD received a signal from its alarm center.
The amount of food recovered through the Razorback Food Recovery program has decreased in recent years as a result of less food waste on campus.
UAPD officers arrested three students and three non-affiliated people from Nov. 2-8.
The ninth floor of the Harmon Parking Garage was closed Nov. 12 because of icy conditions and is still closed.
Major renovations to the Alpha Delta Pi sorority house are expected to be completed by next fall.
At two public forums Thursday, the Dean of Libraries announced specific details of the $23 million renovation of the third and fourth floors of the David W. Mullins Library.
The “First Gen Hog” event hosted by New Student and Family Programs on Friday allowed first-generation students to connect, hear each others’ stories and learn about resources.
Mayor Lioneld Jordan spoke to students, staff and community members about sustainability in Fayetteville on Nov. 6.
New street signs on campus feature the Razorback logo and colors.
Fewer students are driving themselves to campus, according to the 2019 UA Transportation Survey.
Generational Ties is a recently formed networking and support group for African American men through the collaboration of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, the Multicultural Center and the Charles & Cappy Whiteside Greek Life Leadership Center.
A group of students and faculty are growing industrial hemp for a plant pathology project.
Upcoming sustainability projects include a total redesign of Maple Street and the introduction of 500 e-scooters.
When she was a student in 2015, she could not afford food until she learned about the student-run pantry on campus.
Since David W. Mullins staff began storing books, journals and documents in offsite storage in 2018, visits and checkout numbers have decreased.
UAPD officers arrested six students and three non-affiliated people from Oct. 26-Oct. 31.
Brent Renaud, the UA Center for Ethics in Journalism’s 2019 Visiting Professor, has produced documentaries for Vice News, HBO and The New York Times.
Twenty-nine Northwest Arkansas college students competed Oct. 28 in a startup pitch contest, with a UA senior winning a $1000 prize for his business idea.
Alexander “Zan” Johnson, a senior, and Chimdera Nzelu, a senior, were crowned as the homecoming king and queen during the homecoming pep rally Friday night.
Student actors will not perform at this year’s “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
UAPD collected unwanted and outdated drugs from community members at a drive-through disposal station Oct. 26.
UAPD officers arrested one student and three non-affiliated people from Oct. 19-24.
Three graduate students created AccessABLE, the first disability resource group for UA faculty and staff, to provide an open forum for discussion about disability.
Student volunteers sorted clothes at a local thrift store and cleaned up outdoor trails Oct. 26 at the UofA’s 26th annual Make A Difference Day.
Chessy Prout was 15 when she was raped by an older student at her New England prep school in 2014, but on her 21st birthday she found herself in a place she never expected: onstage at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts center describing her assault and path to healing.
A proposed campus policy change would allow supervisors to report faculty members for drug testing on the basis of suspicion.