Housing overflow has exceeded initial expectations

By Andrea Zepeda The Razorback Reporter Housing overflow has been alleviated ahead of initial projections. Students placed in temporary housing received an email update Monday on their overflow status, said the director of administrative services for University...

New apps help keep students safe

By Paige Flinchum The Razorback Reporter Crime near campus has been a hot topic in recent weeks. A murder across from Hill Place apartments, a murder in Walker Park, and most recently a machete attack off Razorback Road have been reported. Fayetteville and UAPD are...

UA researchers take lead in public school computer education

By Richard Pellegrino The Razorback Reporter Members of the UA computer science and computer engineering departments will use a nearly $1 million grant for a three-year program designed to train high school computer science teachers around the state, a program...