Protest Planned in Support of Standing Rock

By Hillary Hollis The Razorback Reporter Nearly 150 people are planning to protest Saturday afternoon in Fayetteville to show solidarity with pipeline protesters in North Dakota, according to the Facebook event post. Tiffany Holcomb-Pascual of Springdale organized the...

University to Include Transgender Benefits

By Shelby Evans The Razorback Reporter On an extremely windy and one of the first cold days of the semester, instead of going directly to the Pat Walker Health Center for his weekly appointment, freshman Rhyker Dye procrastinated at the Arkansas Union. He knew he...

Solar Could Be the Ticket for UofA

By Jane Incao The Razorback Reporter The U.S. Department of Energy has granted Fayetteville-based company Picasolar a total of $3.3 million to develop a more efficient and sustainable prototype for building solar panels as part of their 2011 SunShot Initiative. The...

UA Wants More Bike Commuters, Fewer Drivers

By Hillary Hollis The Razorback Reporter The UA Office of Sustainability is working to improve bicycle friendliness on campus. Bicycle permits and registration are free at the UA parking department in an effort to encourage cycling on campus and as a general mode of...

Chancellor Recommends Enrollment Cap at 30,000

  By Alex Gladden Razorback Reporter The rapid growth for the U of A during the last 10 years could end, Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz said, recommending that 30,000 students are the ideal enrollment. Steinmetz decided on 30,000 students after he evaluated enrollment...