From scratch: Neil Erisman and LR Wrestling

  First-year Little Rock (LR) Athletics wrestling coach Neil Erisman is building a legacy of excellence in wrestling. A champion wrestler in high school and college, Erisman has worked on two college coaching staffs and lead a high school wrestling program. His career has taught him valuable lessons in success, and he wouldn’t change that […]

LR takes down Louisiana Tech in Ruston

Little Rock (LR) women’s basketball followed the men’s impressive overtime victory against Southeastern Oklahoma with a 69-58 win at Louisiana Tech (LT) on Friday. The first two quarters proved tightly contested with LR heading into the half up 35-28. Kyra Collier and Teal Battle led the Trojans in scoring at the half with 12 and […]

Trojans win final two conference games

Little Rock (LR) volleyball finished strong in conference play this past weekend, beating both teams they played in Louisiana. On Friday night, LR faced Louisiana-Lafayette and beat them in three straight sets. Pamela Zuluaga tallied 24 assists, while Mya Robinson led defensively with 14 digs. On Saturday night, LR defeated Louisiana-Monroe for the 33rd straight […]

LR soccer ends historic season

Little Rock (LR) soccer lost 5-1 to the Arkansas Razorbacks on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament. The loss ended the most successful season in program history, with the team finishing 13-5-4 under first-year head coach Mark Foster. The game, played in Fayetteville, proved a struggle for LR from the […]

Destigmatizing mental health issues

On Thursday Nov. 1, Bruce Trimble of The BridgeWay gave a lecture addressing mental health issues, the stigma surrounding them, and how to improve the conditions of those afflicted. This was the second part of the department of applied communication’s ongoing “Leadership Lecture Series.” In addition to working for The BridgeWay, Trimble is a UA […]

LR volleyball season nearing end

Little Rock (LR) volleyball played their last two home games of the season this past weekend. After sweeping UT-Arlington (UTA) in three sets Friday night, the team took Texas State (14-1 in conference) to five sets on Saturday. Although the Trojans outscored Texas State in total points, they lost after a hard-fought fifth set. Diana […]

Trojans start season strong with victory against SE

Little Rock’s (LR) men’s basketball defeated Southeastern Oklahoma State (SE), 101-92, Thursday in the first game of the season. The two teams played a tight game, with neither leading by more than six points until overtime. Though he called it a good game for his team, LR Head Coach Darrell Walker felt the Trojans’ strategy […]

This week in SGA: Nov. 7

The SGA elected and swore in sophomore Stuti Chatterjee to the position of senator-at-large. “I would like to join SGA in order to gain networking and leadership skills for the future,” Chatterjee said. Chatterjee, who is majoring in biology and chemistry, is a part of the Biology Club and Pre-Health Club on campus. Her election […]

Ottenheimer Library Becomes “Hauntenheimer” for Halloween

The Ottenheimer Library once again transformed into “Hauntenheimer Library” for the campus to enjoy on Halloween. Students and faculty had the opportunity to take part in many fun activities located within the library. “We did the bean bag toss, spider rings, and got candy,” said freshman Ruby Trotter, “there was also a costume contest, which […]