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Alumnus joins teaching staff at LR college

Subscriber onlyThe former president of Arkansas Baptist College is returning to his alma mater, Philander Smith College. Continue reading...

UA gets two new sorority houses

Campus ‘Greek’ life is on upswing

Subscriber onlyTwo new sorority houses at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville further spotlight a growing community within the university. Continue reading...

UA gets two new sorority houses; campus ‘Greek’ life is on upswing

Subscriber onlyTwo new sorority houses at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville further spotlight a growing community within the university. Continue reading...

Deadline is set for homeless to exit from camps at UA site

Subscriber onlyPlans to clear brush on undeveloped University of Arkansas, Fayetteville-owned land mean dozens of people living there must leave by Sept. 6, campers were told at a meeting Thursday. Continue reading...

210 UA students lack rooms with move-in day imminent

Subscriber onlyMore than 200 students who have paid upfront housing costs remain without room assignments days before the official move-in begins at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Continue reading...

UA suspends fraternity over hazing violation

Subscriber onlyThe Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity will be suspended for the coming school year at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville after being found responsible for violating conduct rules related to hazing, a UA spokesman said. Continue reading...

Judge to consider sealing suit involving explicit photos taken at UA fraternity party

Subscriber onlyA Washington County circuit judge will consider sealing a lawsuit that claims a fraternity should be held responsible for explicit images that were taken and shared without permission. Continue reading...

UA to go with interim art chief in 2018-19

Ex-job candidate voices concern over ‘unreasonable’ goals in donor agreement

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- An interim director will lead the University of Arkansas School of Art in 2018-19, with travel records showing details of thus far failed efforts to hire a top leader. Continue reading...

UA suspends fraternity from campus over hazing

Subscriber onlyThe Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity will be suspended for the school year at the University of Arkansas after being found responsible for violating conduct rules related to hazing, a UA spokesman said. Continue reading...

Year's donations total $292.7M at UA

Almost half of gifts earmarked for scholarships and academics, school says

Subscriber onlyGifts totaled $292.7 million to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville for the 12-month period that ended June 30, the university said Thursday. Continue reading...

UA appoints top research officer

Ohio State’s Sui to start job at Fayetteville campus Oct. 1

Subscriber onlyDaniel Sui, a division director at the National Science Foundation and professor in Ohio State University's Department of Geography, has been named the top research officer at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Continue reading...

College funding increase advised in Arkansas; board urges cuts at 2-year schools

Subscriber onlySix out of 10 state universities have been recommended to receive a financial boost because of gains posted in their productivity index, a funding methodology championed by Gov. Asa Hutchinson as a way to prioritize student success and program completion. Continue reading...

University of Arkansas at Fort Smith chancellor leaving for S.D. job

‘Hate to leave,’ 12-year leader writes

Subscriber onlyPaul Beran, top administrator since 2006 at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, will leave the university Aug. 31 for a new job in South Dakota. Continue reading...

Paul Beran, UA-Fort Smith chancellor, leaving for job in South Dakota

Paul Beran, top administrator since 2006 at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, will leave the university Aug. 31 for a new job in South Dakota. Continue reading...

College-going rate for state declines again

Percent down, though data missing privately educated

Subscriber onlyBy one measure, the percentage of students from Arkansas public high schools going on to college dipped for the second-straight year. Continue reading...

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