Interim chancellor Charles Robinson and a UA religious leader weighed in on last week’s controversial protest on campus.
A group of religious protestors sparked controversy and anger by insulting students and carrying offensive signs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Organizations including the NWA Center for Sexual Assault and the Children’s Safety Center offer a variety of resources to those who have experienced sexual assault or abuse.
Students and community members are struggling with feelings of frustration and loneliness due to the uncertainty that surrounds events during the pandemic.
Top picks for films and TV shows with strong female leads include Netflix’s “Enola Holmes” and classics such as “10 Things I Hate About You.”