Athletes Cautioned on Social Media Use

Athletes Cautioned on Social Media Use

By Ashton Eley The Razorback Reporter Athletes’ mistakes in this viral age instantly get uploaded and shared on social media. Now more than ever, college athletes must constantly be aware of how they represent themselves, the University of Arkansas director of...
Job Training Grows, Rivals Higher Ed

Job Training Grows, Rivals Higher Ed

By Christina Wilkerson The Razorback Reporter Robin Eason was a technical writer and single mother working in the corporate sector, where she saw layoffs and mergers. After witnessing the fickle nature of business, Eason decided she needed a stable career that would...
My Calling: Christy’s Story

My Calling: Christy’s Story

Brooke McNeely Galligan | Lemke Newsroom Christy Ray is a Springdale, Ark. native whose only dream was to be a mom one day. After trying for 10 years she finally accepted it wasn’t going to happen. To help fill the hole she decided to start babysitting. That was 12...
Fayetteville residents get totally juiced

Fayetteville residents get totally juiced

By Rachel Warren | Lemke Newsroom Humans are bombarded with more than 70,000 chemicals at any given moment, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. These toxins enter the body through air, water, food, even skin care products. The skin, lungs, and liver can...