Syrian culture destroyed by ISIS

By Lauren Randall The Razorback Reporter Five of the six World Heritage sites in Syria listed by UNESCO as endangered cultural areas have been severely damaged and looted for antiquities by terrorist groups, the U.N. organization reported. ISIS has destroyed...

Office of Study Abroad pledges to keep students safe

By Lauren Randall The Razorback Reporter About 80 students who plan to study abroad met in November with UA officials to ask questions and learn how best to prepare before leaving the U.S. They were part of groups whose spring, summer and fall study plans take them...

Automation to replace people in job market, researchers say

By Richard Pellegrino The Razorback Reporter Nearly one-half of technology experts think that advances in technology will have displaced more jobs than they have created within the next 10 years, according to a Pew Research Center canvass of about 2,000 experts....

Study abroad continues, but with caution

By Cindy Zavaleta The Razorback Reporter The UA study abroad office has no plans to cancel programs, despite recent terrorist attacks, notably the one that struck Paris. The study abroad office has not had any students cancel trips, administrators said. As soon as the...