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UA rape charge dropped

Trial in assault case filed in 2016 called off

FAYETTEVILLE -- A former University of Arkansas student charged in the rape of another UA student at a fraternity house will not be prosecuted, at least for now, Washington County chief deputy prosecutor Mieka Hatcher said Wednesday.

UA rape charge dropped; trial in assault case filed in 2016 called off

A former University of Arkansas, Fayetteville student charged in the rape of another UA student at a fraternity house will not be prosecuted, at least for now, Washington County chief deputy prosecutor Mieka Hatcher said Wednesday.

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UA logs drop in six-year graduation rate

FAYETTEVILLE -- For the first time since 2013, the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville reported a drop in its six-year graduation rate.

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Mullins Library OK'd

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Mullins Library OK'd for renovation work

$2M gift to UA to aid architecture, athletics

FAYETTEVILLE -- A $2 million planned gift from a Fayetteville couple to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville will create an endowed chair for architecture faculty and scholarship aid for students, as well as support a life- and career-skills program for Razorback athletes.

UA researcher accepts post in S.D.

Jim Rankin, the top research officer at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, will take over in January as president of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, the state's regents board announced Tuesday.

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UA sees rate gap of grads expand; women continue to outpace men

FAYETTEVILLE -- Women who enroll at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville as freshmen have a higher graduation rate than men, with the most recent yearly data showing a gap of 9.5 percentage points.

UA tests new wellness program; twice-weekly classes focus on improving student lifestyles

FAYETTEVILLE — Seated mostly on yoga mats or cushions, the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville students closed their eyes and listened.

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UA sees rate gap of grads expand

FAYETTEVILLE — Women who enroll at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville as freshmen have a higher graduation rate than men, with the most recent yearly data showing a gap of 9.5 percentage points.

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