Early voting has started in Arkansas, and options for Arkansans to cast their ballot are flexible.
Groups on the UA campus are mourning the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as they prepare for the upcoming presidential election and remember her legacy.
Two UA students were expelled from Sigma Chi after a video circulated social media appearing to show them mocking the killing of George Floyd.
A new coronavirus aid bill signed by the president Friday includes more than $320 billion for forgivable small business loans, but no money for state or local governments.
Donald Trump said Tuesday that he plans to sign a currently unwritten executive order blocking the entrance of green card recipients into the U.S. for 60 days.
With self-isolating and social distancing allowing for increased social media use, some students have noticed heightened stress and anxiety amid the ongoing pandemic.
Some students who are struggling financially because of COVID-19-related losses are frustrated that they won’t receive relief from a government stimulus check.
Seniors are struggling to cope with the end of in-person classes and waves of cancellations.
President Trump announced Friday that interest on federal student loans will be waived until further notice to combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 outbreak has led to various travel bans in hopes of curbing the virus’ spread, some of which have prohibited students from returning to campus.
UAYD members volunteering on several Democratic campaigns are gearing up for Tuesday’s presidential primary, hoping to convince their fellow Northwest Arkansans to support their chosen candidates.
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.
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.
Students who vape do not think tighter regulations on flavored vape juice sales will halt consumption of the products.
One student fears that people will lose interest in relief efforts in the wake of fires in the Amazon as they are no longer trending.
A federal judge ruled April 24 against President Donald Trump’s administration's efforts to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which some UA students depend on for legal status, and demanded that DACA be fully reinstated.
Protesters with the Arkansas United Community Coalition gathered outside of Sen. Tom Cotton’s (R) district office in Springdale on Thursday morning to voice their support for the passage of a Dream Act that protects recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and their f…
An Associated Press report published Jan. 2 claims that the UofA does not have statistics or does not consistently collect data on student suicides.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture granted the UA System Division of Agriculture $300,000 last September to create programs that will educate rural Arkansans about the dangers of opioid abuse.
The dean of the Sam M. Walton College of Business removed the former president of Panama, who who was arrested June 12, from Walton college’s volunteer advisory board Dec. 11.
In honor of the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, an organization arranged a candlelit vigil last night at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville.
Brandishing a torch and Arkansas Engineering T-shirt, a former UA student appeared in a viral photo at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia Aug. 11. Miles away in Arkansas, a mistakenly identified assistant professor later received angry phone calls and texts in retaliation.
For the second year in a row, a woman affiliated with the UofA was awarded the title of Miss Arkansas and will compete in the 2018 Miss America pageant next month.
The UofA issued a response today clarifying that the man who appeared in a photo online wearing a UA Engineering shirt at a white supremacist rally in Virginia is not a UA assistant professor.
The UofA has not seen a disruption to the flow of research money from the Environmental Protection Agency, which has long supported programs monitoring water quality and the health of Arkansas watersheds in particular.
Nearly 150 people are planning to protest Saturday afternoon in Fayetteville to show solidarity with pipeline protesters in North Dakota, according to a Facebook event post.
Hillary Clinton publicly conceded the presidential election this morning, asking her supporters to give Donald Trump a chance to lead, while acknowledging the pain of the defeat.
Update: 7:57 p.m. – Fayetteville residents moved their protest from outside Dickson Street Pub to across the street from the Washington County Courthouse, at the intersection of Dickson Street and College Avenue, to gain more publicity.
The study abroad office has not received any reports of UA students who have been injured by the earthquake that shook central Italy this morning, a UA official said.
UA freshman Faith Freeman’s family was in the face of Hurricane Matthew, the storm that had already killed hundreds of Haitians just days before. The threat of Matthew brought back memories of past storms her family had endured, and she could not avoid thinking about the worst.
The Northwest Arkansas Center for Equality organized a vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting Sunday night on Dickson Street.
This week in politics, the primaries will continue as the next round of votes are expected to happen April 19 for the Republican Party and Democratic Party in New York. On April 26 the Democratic Party and Republican Party will face another round of states including Delaware, Connecticut, Rh…
After the Islamic State bombed an airport and subway in Brussels, Schola Cantorum choir officials decided to reroute the group’s upcoming trip to Belgium to exclude Brussels, the Schola Cantorum director said.
The student-led blackout was a healthy way to show support for peers at Mizzou and raise awareness of issues surrounding race and equality, the associate vice chancellor for University Relations said.