Due to a recent executive order by Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the UofA is banning the use of TikTok on campus Wi-Fi.
“The Diamond Line” staff hosted an inaugural live reading event Dec. 8 surrounding the release of the magazine’s sixth edition.
The white flags in front of the Arkansas Union last week represented peace and memorialized the children killed by the Iranian regime since September.
Starbucks workers are citing issues such as firing, fewer hours and violations of federal labor laws as reasons for unionizing.
Japanese Language Table attendees ate Japanese snacks and practiced the language through conversations at meetings throughout the semester.
Dressember is an initiative aimed toward raising awareness for human trafficking and entails wearing a dress all 31 days of December.
“iCarly” star Jennette McCurdy spoke Monday at the Fayetteville Town Center about her bestselling novel “I’m Glad My Mom Died.”
Sophomore Reid Pinckard’s Instagram account @uarkspeakout has emerged as a safe space for sexual assault survivors to connect anonymously and advocate for change.
Poetry readings highlighted intersectional climate justice and other social justice issues at Zero Hour Arkansas’ “Poems of Protest and Empowerment” workshop last week.
NWA community members donated pet supplies, fostered animals and helped prepare for the shelter’s inaugural “Kongsgiving” as part of the organization’s “Season of Thankfulness.”
A senior honors student has made a significant impact on the UA community through her involvement in the Associated Student Government, as a resident assistant and her research on identities and peacebuilding.
The university hosted a week-long celebration of its first-generation students last week, recognizing their resilience and success.
Finding housing for next year is proving stressful for many UA students with the university’s recent over-enrollment and rising housing prices.
After serving 15 months as UA interim chancellor, Charles Robinson will assume the position full-time after a unanimous vote by the Board of Trustees in his favor.
Jason Collins, a first-generation student, was crowned homecoming king alongside queen Karlie Barnett last weekend.
Arkansas Republicans swept statewide elections Tuesday, highlighted by Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ gubernatorial victory.
Republicans took control in the House of Representatives, but the absence of a “red wave” allowed Democrats to hold onto the Senate.
Midterm elections, particularly this year’s, cover a variety of issues relevant to young adults, who consistently produce the weakest voter turnout.
Social media is becoming the developing language for young voters, although UA students and faculty members say it is important to watch for the spread of misinformation.
Twelve women will serve as governors next year, the most at any time in American history.
UA interim chancellor Charles Robinson has not won over the Board of Trustees, despite overwhelming support from students, faculty members and several prominent Arkansans.
The city of Fayetteville has a goal of reducing landfill-bound waste by 40% by 2027, and rotting Halloween pumpkins are one of many compostable items that would contribute to the goal.
There are many resources available for students to familiarize themselves with before they vote such as a sample ballot, explanations of issues and campaign summaries for candidates online.
Some UA students living in Reid Hall have reported being constantly sick, which they think is due to mold growing in the dorm rooms and bathrooms.
Some UA students and faculty members gave their thoughts on the four issues up for consideration on the Arkansas ballot.
A rise in the use of technology and social media has caused an increase in mental health issues and a decrease in attention spans.
More than 700 students completed service projects during Make A Difference Day last Saturday.
Some influencers and celebrities were on campus last weekend to participate in an esports gaming festival designed to inspire kids to pursue interests in STEM-related fields.
Cultural appropriation can have harmful effects on marginalized communities, and some UA community members are encouraging others to remember that “culture is not a costume.”
Protestors gathered Saturday on Dickson Street to speak against Iran’s morality police, holding signs with phrases such as “Say her name, Mahsa Amini” and “May the world rise with you.”
Early voting began Monday as the Nov. 8 election approaches and UA students consider the gubernatorial candidates.
A UA broadcast journalism student was inspired to add the major after appearing on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
The UA community weighed in on President Biden’s recent federal pardon for marijuana possession.
October is Disability Awareness Month, and the UA community can attend several events that raise awareness of employment needs and contributions of America’s workers with disabilities.
A global audience turned its attention to Fayetteville this weekend for the OZCX UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup.
Many UA students had to switch their Google files to another platform before they lost access to the account Sept. 27.
Several NWA organizations have sent volunteers and donations to aid Floridians affected by Hurricane Ian, some of which are family members of UA students.
Thousands of spectators will gather at Centennial Park this weekend both for a charitable cause and to witness renowned cyclists take on courses with challenging features such as stairs and sandpits.
Members of the UA Iranian community are speaking out against the country’s morality police, who killed a 22-year-old woman in custody.
Employers from companies including 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.”