Northwest Arkansas residents are unlikely to be bored this weekend while a variety of activity offerings take place around the region.
With few on-campus dining options catered to vegans, vegetarians and those with food allergies, getting daily nourishment can be more complicated for some students than others.
Symphonic music, art exhibitions and a winter weather-themed race are likely to keep Northwest Arkansas residents busy this weekend.
Events around Northwest Arkansas can provide holiday-themed distractions for college students as they head into finals week.
The holiday season is fast approaching and events around Northwest Arkansas highlight how wonderful winter can be.
UA students and faculty are working to address the stigma and lack of awareness surrounding food insecurity on college campuses.
Several Razorback sporting events, a boutique show and The Lights of the Ozarks are on the calendar for the weekend.
Indoor and outdoor events focused around art, culture and live music will make for an active weekend in Northwest Arkansas.
Through in-school programs and the Apple Seeds Teaching farm, youth in Northwest Arkansas are learning to love healthy eating.
This weekend’s events include live music on Prairie Street, new movies, Halloween festivities and the premiere of the play “The Wolves.”