‘Halloween (2018)’ is a love letter to the 1978 original

Laurie Strode and Michael Meyers are back!!! ‘Halloween (2018)’ is the official sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 classic and follows exactly 40 years after the original. Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as Laurie Strode, the only surviving victim of serial killer Michael Meyer’s “babysitter murders” from 40 years ago. Laurie has changed a lot […]

Department of Theatre Presents Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Department of Theatre, Arts and Dance recently presented Shakespeare’s comedy ‘As You Like it‘ in Haislip Theatre. The play was witty, enjoyable and very entertaining. The play follows the young heroine Rosalind, (Selena Mykenzie Gordon), as she seeks safety in the forest of Arden following banishment by her […]

‘A Star is Born’ Tells Emotional Story About Love, Music and Addiction

Bradley Cooper’s remake of the classic movie ‘A Star is Born’ brought out a delightfully captivating side to the beloved tale that has been told time and time again. ‘A Star is Born’ is an emotional masterpiece, and it’s impossible not to fall in love with Cooper’s version. Cooper (Jackson Maine) and Lady Gaga (Ally […]

Chancellor and vice chancellor of student affairs host open forum

Chancellor Andrew Rogerson and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Mark Poisel hosted an open forum Monday evening, addressing student’s concerns about the university. Though the forum had a set agenda, the dialogue ended up being far less neatly structured, with students driving most of the dialogue. Nichele Anderson, a veteran and non-traditional student, told Rogerson […]

This Week in SGA: Oct. 10

Chancellor Rogerson visited the SGA and answered questions from senators on everything from plans for eStem, the new Sodexo options, campus safety, and the current UA Little Rock budget crisis.   Senator Katie Zakrzewski suggested holding a joint SGA meeting between UA Little Rock’s senate and eStem’s student government in order to address tensions between […]

Little Rock blows out Arkansas State

Little Rock (LR) soccer (10-3-2) defeated the Arkansas State Red Wolves (6-6-2), 3-0 Sunday night at the Coleman Sports and Recreation Complex. The Trojans began well, scoring at the beginning of the first period on a penalty kick from senior Liesa Seifert which put the team in high spirits. Senior Arola Aparicio Gili, nailed her […]

UA Little Rock prepares students for graduation with Gradfest

The university hosted its “one-stop-shop” for all things graduation last week. The event took place in the Donaghey Student Center between Health Services and the UA Little Rock Bookstore. Caps and gowns were available for purchase, and students could place orders for official UA Little Rock class rings and personalized graduation announcements. Gradfest also offered […]

‘First Man’ proves all controversies wrong in one of the most patriotic films of the year

I really don’t know why some people are trying to hurt this movie. ‘First Man’ follows the iconic story of Neil Armstrong (played by Ryan Gosling) and the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, but takes a different approach to the story by focusing more on Armstrong’s personal life and the difficult journey leading up […]

Missed opportunities the theme for LR

  Little Rock (LR) baseball lost 11-2 to the Arkansas Razorbacks in an exhibition at Gary Hogan Field on Friday. Despite it only being an exhibition, the game was a historic event for both schools and drew a crowd of 1,349. Arkansas broke with a longstanding tradition to not play fellow in-state schools and further […]