Slacktivism:

Social Media Activism Reduced to Reshares Dec. 6, 2019 By Olivia Boardman Heavily-filtered selfies flooded your feed. You could follow anyone and everyone, from people you didn’t know to celebrities in movies you had never seen. Amateur, grainy photos evolved into...

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Hog Calls and Cat Calls

Hog Calls and Cat Calls

Nov. 23, 2019 by Rylie Frederick They called it a badge of self-defense, and they only required girls to earn it. Senior Gracen Patten was in the ninth grade when she first realized women needed self-defense more than men did. As a Senior Cadette in the Girl Scouts,...

Samuel of Springdale

Samuel of Springdale

by Beth Dedman   Sept. 27, 2019   SPRINGDALE — “Hey, chief, how much for the gun belt?”   He called everyone chief. Samuel Rivera Lopez looked much different from the rest of the vendors and shoppers at the Rodeo of the Ozarks antique car part show....


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The Immigration Game

The Immigration Game

By Samia Ismail Nov. 1, 2019   “Why are you involved in politics?” This question followed me while I worked on 2018 election campaigns, always with an emphasis on the “you.” Why are you involved in politics? What are you doing here? My answer is that by virtue of...

Let’s Talk About Sex

Let’s Talk About Sex

by Karen Sue McKenzie In the Bible Belt, abstinence is ideal, but oftentimes people choose to have sex anyways. In turn, rates of sexual infections in the South continue to rise.     In July 2017 I worked at an ice cream shop. I was scooping a sample of...


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Fayetteville Farmer’s Market

Photos by Sarah Young April 8, 2019

Fayetteville’s Fight for Cannabis

Photographs by John Mitchell Photographs by André Kissel