YouTube, Instagram Offer Students a Different Kind of Job
College creators turn social media usage into revenue streams.
Jazz Concentration Adds Gravitas to Department of Music
The university recently established jazz as a course of study, and students can enroll to earn a Bachelor of Music in Performance with a Jazz Studies concentration.
Sugar Consumption Stirs Bitter Conflict
As Americans continue to over-consume daily sugar, a conflict has arose between the potential health risks and personal attacks on individuals.
City Resources Work To Assist Homeless Population From All Angles
Labeling bags of cat and dog food, finding the best contractor to fix a hole in the roof of a family home and meeting with recently rehomed families are all in a day’s work for employees of the city Community Resource Division.
NWA Wastes 80,000 Tons of Food A Year; Food Loops Offers Solution
The mission of Food Loops is to meet people where they are and help them live more sustainably. Food Loops workers achieve this by making their products affordable for residents at $10 a month to subscribe in a bucket swap program.
Environmental Activists Express Awareness, Need for Action
Fayetteville environmental activists lent their voices to global climate strikes and demonstrations about how waste reduction and education can help the planet.
FROM THE LAB
Each year, a select group of journalism students take courses and learn the newsroom experience in the Digital Media Lab. Every story produced for The Razorback Reporter was created in the lab or by journalism majors.