Risks Assessed as E-Cigarettes Trend

Risks Assessed as E-Cigarettes Trend

By Ashton Eley The Razorback Reporter Electronic cigarettes are gaining popularity among teens and young adults, but little is known about long-term health effects of the marketed alternative to smoking, according to UA research. About 6.6 percent of adolescents used...
At the Technology Cafe, Campuses Picky

At the Technology Cafe, Campuses Picky

By Millie Hogue The Razorback Reporter On every college campus, in every corner of the country, freshmen have one thing in common: They all carry what amounts to a library, fitted snugly inside their backpacks. Almost 94 percent of college students own a laptop, an...
Economists Decry Loss of Middle-Skill Jobs

Economists Decry Loss of Middle-Skill Jobs

By Christina Wilkerson The Razorback Reporter The factory worker who dressed in blue overalls and a well-worn cap screwed panels onto television sets from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. then whistled on his way home — content with his good wage and benefits — seems to...
Academic Bullet Point: ‘Oh, the Humanities!’

Academic Bullet Point: ‘Oh, the Humanities!’

By Alex Golden Razorback Reporter Go to college, major in biology, go to medical school. It was a really good plan. Halfway through college, that plan still was perfectly in motion for University of Arkansas student Emilie Tallent. After all, she always did really...
Housing ‘Upsells’ with Eco Features

Housing ‘Upsells’ with Eco Features

By Nathan Owens The Razorback Reporter Smart houses and environmentally friendly apartments are becoming more prevalent, and though they’re not cheap, they’re in demand because they are built for a generation that is OK with spending a little extra to...