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Fayetteville locals might start looking for things to do outside of city limits to escape the sights, sounds and smells of motorcyclists that visit the... [Read More]
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Dickson Street's food scene is expanding to serve the large customer base created by Bikes, Blues and BBQ. [Read More]
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Despite over 300,000 people congregating near the UofA during Bikes, Blues and BBQ, the UA Police Department and students agree that the UA campus is... [Read More]
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A UA graduate student curated the newest exhibition in downtown Fayetteville's sUgAR Gallery, featuring contemporary artists from Tennessee to Denmark. [Read More]
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Two UA alumni, who graduated in 1998, donated $50,000 to create a study abroad scholarship for students in the Sam M. Walton College of Business. [Read More]
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The Pat Walker Health Center began giving flu shots about two weeks earlier than normal this year because 16 positive cases were reported this semester... [Read More]
This time of year may be the absolute best time of year to be in Fayetteville. It's always that perfect temperature which allows you to... [Read More]
While the iPhone X has yet to be released, the features that make this phone a "must-have" have been around for some time. [Read More]
Society asks reporters to suspend their personal bias. [Read More]
Associated Student Government officials announced Sept. 15 that students voted to split Graduate Student Congress from ASG, making it its own entity, according to official... [Read More]
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Despite plans to add two gender-neutral bathrooms to Kimpel Hall's first floor, male and female signs were attached to the wall because of a miscommunication... [Read More]
It's my favorite time of the year again. No, not because it's the time of year that Starbucks brings back the PSL, but because of... [Read More]
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The sixth annual Pesto Fest, a celebration of Tri Cycle Farms and its success over the years, took place Sept. 16. [Read More]
More than 200 people gathered today on the corner of Dickson Street and College Avenue today to show solidarity with Fayetteville's immigrant community and protest... [Read More]
The UA Department of Music's Community Music School will offer an instrument-focused workshop Sept. 16 for local middle and high-schoolers. [Read More]
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The Arkansas Razorback women's soccer team won a close 1-0 match Sept. 15 against the Mississippi State Bulldogs in its Southeastern Conference opener. [Read More]
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The 31st Annual Cane Hill Harvest Festival will take place Saturday and Sunday at Historic Cane Hill. [Read More]
Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz delivered his State of the University address Sept. 14 and outlined many goals for the university and what officials will do to... [Read More]
Students voted Sept. 11-13 to split the UA Graduate Student Congress from the Associated Student Government by a vote of 2,666 to 119, according to... [Read More]
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