A student reported Sept. 18 they were raped by an acquaintance in the Kappa Sigma fraternity house Sept. 14.
The demolition of the School of Social Work began Sept. 16 and will extend into October.
Razorback Recovery held a sober tailgate for students recovering from substance abuse Sept. 14.
Every Wednesday during the school year, a recreational team of able-bodied students and staff plays wheelchair basketball under the direction of a volunteer coach with Cerebral palsy.
Volunteers at the ninth-annual Muslims for Life 9/11 Memorial Blood Drive collected 149 pints of blood.
Students enjoyed presentations from RSO leaders and a diversity library pop-up exhibit at the Latinx Heritage Month festival, the first event in the Multicultural Center’s “First Fridays” lineup.
The UA Pat Walker Health Center collaborated with Thriving Campus to bring patients a new CAPS website that allows for customized treatment plans.
UAPD received 11 CSA reports Sept. 9 concerning 58 minors in possession of alcohol and two minors in possession of a controlled substance.
A bicycle valet program is available during home football games through the Office of Sustainability.
Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium vendors will offer alcohol sales at football games starting this season thanks to a new policy adopted by the SEC.
UAPD sent a campuswide RazALERT this morning after receiving a report of sexual assault from a student in Holcombe Hall.
UAPD officers are investigating a report of sexual assault involving minors that took place in Founders Hall on July 9.
Associated Student Government senator passed three bills and four resolutions at the final legislative session of the semester.
Students and faculty march April 10 to being awareness to the issues of eating disorders.
A student reported reported a rape to Campus Security Authorities on April 9.
Associated Student Government senators voted Tuesday to provide money for promotional wristbands at Springtime of Youth and support CAPS Play Day this semester.
UNITY ticket members will lead ASG next year after defeating their competitors in the runoff Friday.
Campus police arrested three students and six people not-affiliated with the university last week.
Warmer winters caused by climate change may lead to an increase of ticks and tick-borne diseases.
Several apartment buildings in Fayetteville do not have recyclable drop-off sites, making residents use one of two designated drop-off centers in Fayetteville to recycle.
The first time she ever came back to visit campus to see her name, she found it marred with chewing gum. She, and several other alumni, were surprised by the lack of care given to Senior Walk.
Police are looking for a suspect in a shooting that left one dead and another wounded on Leverett Avenue on Thursday night.
A 17-year-old driver who struck and killed a student in a distracted driving collision will not face any felony charges.
ASG senators passed legislation proposing longer parking times and a meal plan donation system.
Officials have confirmed that three cases of mumps, a viral illness transmitted by respiratory droplets and saliva, have been identified at the UofA.
Campus Security Authorities received two reports of acquaintance sexual assault in Yocum Hall on Feb. 13.
University Housing officials plan to close Buchanan-Droke and Gladson-Ripley residence halls this fall.
UAPD officers arrested three students and responded to reports of theft, assault and battery.
Board of Trustees officials renamed two residence halls in the Northwest Quads in honor of the first African-American UA professors.
Relationship advisors shared tips on building healthy and lasting college relationships at an event Jan. 29 organized by members of Phi Delta Theta.
After two months of renovation to add additional storage and a new organization system, the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry reopened Thursday.
An EMPOWER student discussed the results of congressional research on neurological disorders with U.S. representatives in January.
Recently-proposed Arkansas legislation would allow women to buy birth control at pharmacies without a prescription, a prospect that appeals to some students.
Title IX officials are investigating a reported rape in Maple Hill East.
A driver almost crashed her car into Champions Hall Tuesday after losing control of her vehicle.
The student that was hit by a car last weekend has died.
VeoRide officials will add 150 third-generation electric-assist bikes to the UofA Feb. 8.
A driver distracted using her cell phone hit a pedestrian crossing Garland Avenue.
The UA Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education hosts the First Friday Celebration Feb. 1 to kickoff Black History Month.
Associated Student Government senators have not written any legislation since the start of the new semester.
UAPD officers received reports of threats against staff members and graffiti last week and arrested seven people.
Students may apply for positions in the 2019 ASG general election, including president, vice president and senators.
A month of renovations have allowed the Walmart on Campus to implement grocery delivery and pickup services.
UAPD officers responded to reports of possession of a controlled substance, theft, breaking or entering, criminal impersonation and harassment during the first week of the spring semester.
Transit and Parking officials re-designated levels one through seven in Harmon Avenue Parking Garage as reserved parking for drivers with Harmon parking passes.
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Vigil had record-breaking attendance to honor King's legacy, following the MLK march.
Razorback Transit bus routes changed at the beginning of the spring semester, displacing riders.
An unidentified driver hit a student as she crossed the street at Garland Avenue and drove away.
Maple Hill South had the most incidents of drug and alcohol crime last semester, with 52 students arrested or reported to the Office of Student Standards and Conduct between Aug. 20 - Dec. 14, according to the UA Police Department Daily Crime Log.
Burglary is one of the most-reported crimes throughout Southeastern Conference schools, but some crimes, like rape, stalking and hate crimes, are reported more at other universities than at the UofA, according to 2017 Jeanne Clery Reports.