Samantha Van Dyke
Samantha Van Dyke is an associate news editor, and she previously worked as a reporter for the Arkansas Traveler.
The 8th Annual Pesto Fest and Pesto Contest raised money to fund Tri Cycle Farms, which donates one-third of all the produce that it grows.
Although less students participated in the Campus Climate Survey this year than last, more of the participants said they experienced sexual contact without consent.
Following an altercation at Yeehawg on Dickson Street, Fayetteville Police Department officers arrested a woman despite her claims of being treated unfairly by the bar’s owner.
Local businesses such as Doomsday Coffee & Roasterie and Chick-fil-A offer discounts to UA students.
With access to programs like a relaxation room and workout machines, students can achieve and maintain healthy lifestyles while at the UofA.
Drunk shopping can lead students to buy things they may not actually want or need.
City council members voted to add a graduate student leader to the Town and Gown Committee.
All 10 issues passed in the special election Tuesday, including issues on creating a new Cultural Arts Corridor and making improvements to Lewis Park.