As UA classes are set to begin in-person Tuesday despite rising COVID-19 case numbers, university officials announced a mass testing clinic scheduled for the first five weeks of school.
The decade-old Global Series program returned with in-person events in Holcombe Hall this semester after COVID-19 necessitated a hiatus of over a year.
The number of international students enrolled at the UofA decreased by over 16% from fall 2019 to fall 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic made global travel and international residency more challenging than ever.
The COVID-19 pandemic hindered most students’ ability to study abroad in 2020 or 2021, but many are starting to feel safe to travel internationally again.
Tuesday marked one year since the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine went into the arms of Arkansans.
As winter break approaches, active COVID-19 cases at the UofA are on the decline and recoveries are on the rise.
COVID-19 vaccine doses, including booster and third doses, topped 17,000 Tuesday for the first time in more than three months.
The UA Schola Cantorum traveled to Batesville and Hot Springs last week to perform its holiday production after last year’s tour was canceled because of COVID-19.
Members of the Native American Student Association celebrated Native American Heritage Month in November with a series of cultural, educational and arts events.
UA students have noticed fewer Razorback Transit buses running this year compared to previous years because of a bus driver shortage.
A senior founded the RSO Students Against Human Trafficking to spread awareness about human trafficking in Arkansas.
UA students and faculty are working to address the stigma and lack of awareness surrounding food insecurity on college campuses.
Active cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas have been rising steadily for two weeks following a months-long decline, signaling the start of another winter surge.
Students and faculty came together to decorate boxes with photos, glitter and words of remembrance for transgender Americans killed this year.
All Arkansans 18 and older who have received a Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 booster shot.
Political activist and feminist organizer Gloria Steinem discussed her regrets and hopes for the feminist movement in a lecture to the UA community Wednesday.
Active COVID-19 cases on campus declined for the eighth straight week, with six students and one staff member infected.
Boss Hog Outfitters, a community closet located in the Arkansas Union, allows students to borrow professional clothing free of charge.
UA students called for trigger warnings to be added campus safety emails after one was not included on a Nov. 1 email detailing a reported sexual assault on campus.
Fayetteville Ordinance 6488 reduced default residential and campus speed limits by 5 mph starting Saturday.
Ten emergency vehicles responded to a fire Thursday at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Shanita Pettaway began her position as the UofA’s new Title IX coordinator Oct. 4 and hopes to fight sexual assault stigmas present within the UA community.
The discovery of a possible cause of long-term COVID-19 has given students struggling with the disease some hope for future relief.
An Arkansas climate activist organization is working to spread awareness about the impact of climate change on marginalized communities and the Fayetteville community in general.
A student reported she was raped between Lot 50 and North Garland Avenue on Thursday, UA officials said in a safety warning emailed to the campus community in an email Monday.
The UA Sierra Coalition brings together students with a passion for the outdoors and environmental revitalization.
A Cherokee Nation citizen is teaching his native language to 17 students in the university’s first Indigenous language class offered on campus this fall.
Some members of the UA community have expressed frustration with campus accessibility and accommodations, while others think UA officials have worked to meet their needs.
A UA fraternity was placed on conduct probation following hazing reports, and it must cancel the semester’s remaining social functions and pay a fine.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Secretary of Health Jose Romero urged Arkansans to get vaccinated against influenza and COVID-19 to avoid overwhelming the healthcare system this winter.
Active cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas dropped below 6,000 Monday, for the first time since July 8.
Students, alumni and administrators gathered Saturday for a ceremony recognizing the official opening of the NPHC Gardens, a dedicated space to honor the legacy of historically Black Greek organizations on campus.
The stress of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increase in students suffering from mental illness at the UofA and across the country.
In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, UA community members walked across campus to Fayetteville’s Trail of Tears memorial marker Monday.
Active COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the decline as the delta variant’s spread continues to die down in Arkansas.
The UofA enrolled its largest freshman class in history this school year, causing some students to be moved off campus and adjustments to bus times and routes.
UA health officials reported 20 active cases of COVID-19 at the UofA during the Friday-Sunday reporting period, the fewest of the school year.
Interim Chancellor Charles Robinson discussed student engagement, his sudden transition to chancellor and Razorback sports in a conversation with students Thursday.
A fire alarm went off Thursday afternoon at the Science Engineering Hall, prompting the evacuation of multiple campus buildings.
A cyclist who veered off Stadium drive Wednesday afternoon collided with a tree and was transported to the hospital, according to the UA Police Department.
Active COVID-19 cases on campus rose by six between the reporting period of Friday-Sunday and the reporting period of Monday-Tuesday.
The hashtag #BlackatUARK began trending over a year ago as a way for Black students to share their experiences of racism on campus, but many feel little progress has been made since.
Gillian Gullett made five demands of UA administrators in April, including the introduction of mandatory sexual violence education, after the university paid a settlement to a former student found responsible for her rape.
Charles Robinson was appointed UA Interim Chancellor on Aug. 16, making him the first Black faculty member to serve in the role.
UA students hope administrators will advance measures to improve community awareness of campus sexual assault issues.
Some students and alumni feel frustrated that the UA System Board of Trustees voted to preserve the presence of J. William Fulbright's name and statue on campus this summer.
Finding spots to park on or close to campus is becoming increasingly difficult for students because of rising enrollment numbers.
Active and cumulative COVID-19 cases on campus rose by two between Monday and Wednesday, totaling 39 and 3,533, respectively.
Pfizer booster shots are now available to Arkansans as active cases continue trending down from the August surge.
The most recent UA Clery Report shows increases in motor vehicle theft, aggravated assault and domestic violence incidents on campus in 2020.