UA alcohol violations vary depending on location

By Paige Flinchum The Razorback Reporter Since 2012 the number of liquor law violations that were referred for disciplinary action has increased by slightly more than 80 percent, according to the annual Clery report released by UAPD. The UofA has strict alcohol...

Chartwells to donate food to city composting pilot

By Richard Pellegrino The Razorback Reporter Chartwells will donate its pre-consumer food waste to the city’s new composting pilot project, where it will be converted into nutrient-rich soil and sold, the company marketing director said. The program, which is awaiting...

Distracted driving checks begin this week

By Paige Flinchum The Razorback Reporter Fayetteville police this week will focus attention on drivers who are texting, using cellphones or engaging in any other distraction from “the primary task of driving” as part of a safety campaign. From Oct. 26 until Nov. 8,...

UA professor publishes final results of homelessness study

By Ginny Monk The Razorback Reporter The final Community and Family Institute Homeless Report has now been published, a UA researcher said in an interview. Kevin Fitzpatrick, a sociology professor whose research on homelessness is recognized nationally, conducts a...

Chancellor excites Town and Gown committee

By Ginny Monk The Razorback Reporter As a new chancellor enters the scene at the UofA, members of the Town and Gown Advisory Committee said they are looking forward to building a relationship and beginning to work with him. Tanner Bone, the Associated Student...