Employers from companies like Mastercard, L’Oreal and J.B. Hunt were just some of the 184 employers who attended this year’s STEM career fair.
Arrests and violations documented in the 2021 Clery Report rose from the year before in nearly every category.
Record-breaking student enrollment has left parking and commuting struggles at an all-time high for students.
A UA Latina-based sorority is celebrating its chapter's founding with various events this week, and the sorority is open to any young women interested in leadership, service and spreading awareness of Latina culture.
Biden’s $10,000 loan forgiveness plan is helping some move toward eradicating their debt, but for others it is simply “a drop in the bucket.”
The Matt Adams Foundation and the campus Sexual and Relationship Violence Center provided tips to barhop safely after a nearly fatal incident occurred on Dickson Street last month.
Interim chancellor Charles Robinson, Jay Akridge, Daniel Reed and Cynthia Young spoke at public forums last week as they vie for UA chancellor position.
A UA assistant professor studied the pandemic’s effect on Black-owned businesses last year, finding gaps between Black-owned businesses and other businesses.
After several years of hard work and dedication, Bev Lewis and Ruth Cohoon were celebrated for their efforts in women’s athletics earlier this month as the nation acknowledged the 50th anniversary of Title IX.
UA alumnus Chase Jones has once again found himself on the Razorback marching field, this time serving as the Interim Assistant Director of Bands.
The 112 Drive-In has left a lasting impression on the NWA community, many of whom have fond memories of enjoying films outdoors and spending time with loved ones.
Anna Li Richardson, a UA freshman, has played an integral part in Democratic candidate Chris Jones’ campaign for governor as a field intern.
Fayetteville police have launched an investigation into a deadly shooting on College Avenue
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas will rule to block or allow a law that bans gender-affirming healthcare in an Oct. 17 trial.
Interim chancellor Charles Robinson and a UA religious leader weighed in on last week’s controversial protest on campus.
A UA sophomore establishes a women’s fitness organization on campus committed to passion, community and empowerment.
The annual Black Student Welcome aims to provide a sense of community and resources for Black UA students.
A group of religious protestors sparked controversy and anger by insulting students and carrying offensive signs.
With an undergrad population of over 30,000 students, on-campus resources like CAPS and finding your own sense of belonging within the school is crucial.
Springdale police are investigating a deadly shooting at a Springdale nightclub.
Students may notice some changes to 1021 West Dickson Food Court as they return to campus and should anticipate some changes to David W. Mullins Library as the year goes on.
After responding to a shooting late Friday, the Fayetteville Police Department has launched an investigation into the matter.
UA graduate wins gold at the 2022 World Baton Championship, the twirling equivalent of the Olympics.
Many UA students are concerned about Washington County’s monkeypox infection rate as the UA community returns for the fall semester.
The Board of Election Commissioners is reconsidering recreational marijuana for the November ballot after activists appealed to the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, leaving reproductive rights up to the decision of state lawmakers.
The NWA Pride Festival left LGBTQ community members feeling visible, empowered and overwhelmed with love.
Friends of India hosted its first Holi festival since before the COVID-19 pandemic April 30, at which around 60 attendees learned about and partook in Indian traditions signature to the Hindu holiday.
Graduates of EMPOWER, a four-year non-degree program for students with cognitive disabilities that involves completing 120 hours and paying full tuition, do not get their names on the walk.
Sarah Komar, 2021-22 editor-in-chief of The Arkansas Traveler, says goodbye to the Trav and the UofA.
Emails and social media posts from the College of Engineering and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion sparked outrage and distress among many students last month.
Community members have advocated both short- and long-term solutions to the problem of camping waste, including increased receptacles and investment in stable housing for the homeless.
Community members gathered Tuesday at the Washington County Courthouse to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent moves toward overturning national abortion rights precedent.
Two students partnered with a Kansas City-based nonprofit to organize the UA campus’ first “kindness walk” Sunday afternoon.
The number of fully vaccinated Arkansans per capita remains 15 percentage points lower than the national average as case metrics in the state slowly tick upward.
Former Razorback Greg Thomas came to Fayetteville to sign copies of his new memoir, which details his experiences as the UofA’s first Black starting quarterback.
Some UA education students say they would consider teaching in Arkansas after graduation if they could take advantage of greater incentives.
Known active cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas topped 1,300 Tuesday after previously falling below 1,000.
A group of students with disabilities and allies have formed the RSO DisabiliTEA Party, creating safe space to air their grievances about inaccessibility and ableism on campus.
Members of several RSOs and other students came together on Earth Day to celebrate sustainability and environmental preservation with educational programming and volunteerism.
Some rising upperclassmen are stressed trying to find off-campus housing after being released from their on-campus housing contracts for the 2022-23 school year.
The Department of Justice will likely fight to reinstate the mandate if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reaffirm its importance to public health.
Venus Williams described her unique perspective on greatness and success in a moderated discussion April 12 in Bud Walton Arena.
UA alumnus and “Good Morning America” host T.J. Holmes returned to his alma mater April 6 to highlight Arkansas for the “GMA” segment “Rise and Shine.”
Just 55% of Arkansans are fully vaccinated — a rate that has remained stagnant for weeks — compared to 70% of the U.S. population.
Ukrainian students, faculty members and their families fear for the safety of their loved ones in Ukraine and wonder when they will be able to return to their war-torn homeland.
A first-term councilman is taking steps toward creating a more equitable Fayetteville by acting as a liaison between the Black community and the city’s police.
Students participating in a new diversity, equity and inclusion ambassadorship program are working to build cultural competency and community engagement among their peers.
The Magdalene Serenity House in Fayetteville provides housing and support services to women reentering a mostly unforgiving society after incarceration.
Some students have experienced new or relapsing symptoms of eating disorders amid the uncertainty and stress of the COVID-19 pandemic.