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Price measure shows UA costs' rise outpacing incomes

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- An estimate of the true cost to attend the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville increased by about $700 for 2015-16, the most recent academic year with data available. Continue reading...

$1,000-plus rises in data

UAFS tops state list with 18.9% cost increase

Subscriber onlyThree of the state's six largest public universities saw average net price increases of more than $1,000 in 2015-16, according to the most recent federal data updated earlier this month. Continue reading...

Arkansas professor puts undetected-planet idea back in focus

Scientist’s 1980s theory less fantastical

Subscriber only Finding an undiscovered planet in the solar system isn't easy, said astrophysicist Daniel Whitmire. Continue reading...

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3 more venues at UA cleared to sell alcohol

School not planning to offer it at sites’ athletic contests

Subscriber onlyAlcohol can now be sold at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville basketball and baseball facilities after state-issued permits took effect Saturday, but a university spokesman said there are no plans to begin sales at intercollegiate sporting events in those venues. Continue reading...

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First 13 students from China pact to arrive at UA

Group plans to study logistics

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A program once anticipated to draw as many as 100 Chinese undergraduate students yearly to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville will have 13 students on campus in August, a UA faculty member said. Continue reading...

Nuke-site cleanup's end in sight, UA says

Need $10.1M to finish job, administrator says

Subscriber onlyCleanup crews trucked away 15,850 pounds of low-level radiological waste earlier this month from a nuclear reactor test site in rural Washington County, said project manager Dean Wheeler. Continue reading...

UA professor quits post after talk flap

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- A University of Arkansas, Fayetteville professor has resigned as director of the school's Middle East studies center while a dean's review continues into the cancellation of a Skype talk from a scholar known for remarks critical of Islam. Continue reading...

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