Psychology grad program on hiatus

Two years ago, administrators decided that UA Little Rock’s graduate program in psychology would go on hiatus, with 2018 being the first year in which it would not admit any new students. Julien Mirivel, interim associate dean of the College of Social Sciences and Communication, shed some light on the situation in an interview with […]

UPC hosts annual UPC Week

UA Little Rock’s University Program Council [UPC] held their annual UPC week last week from Oct. 22 thru Oct. 26. Every day featured a different event, and all of the events were centered around the theme “Fall Festival”. UPC planned a great week of activities for all students on campus to enjoy all week long. […]

Graduate students dissatisfied with student experience

Some of the students enrolled in UA Little Rock’s graduate school feel that there are not as many career services, campus programs and recruitment opportunities geared toward them. Brandon Burdette, Kathleen Lewis and Sen. Diamond McGehee, all of whom are working on advanced degrees at the university, shared their views on the matter and how […]

UPC hosts showing of ‘Incredibles 2’

On Thursday, Oct. 4, UA Little Rock’s Program Council (UPC) held a screening of the new movie ‘Incredibles 2’ on the front lawn of West Hall for students and UALR community members to enjoy. There were complimentary snacks and drinks available to munch on during the movie. Everyone had an amazing time coming together to […]

UA Little Rock Sign Language Club in the spotlight

UA Little Rock’s Sign Language Club (SLK) kicked off the semester with their first meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 4. The officers discussed various aspects of the club from “Silent dinners” to their “shadow an upperclassman” project. They typically meet on the first Monday of every month in Dickinson 501 unless otherwise stated. SLK does two […]

LR volleyball wins home opener

On Friday, Little Rock (LR) volleyball (9-5) won their first home volleyball game of the year against the South Alabama Lady Jaguars (6-8) 3-1 (25-20, 18-25, 25-21, 25-23). LR tallied 19 blocks, 13 of which were contributed by senior Veronica Marin. Marin’s 13 blocks is tied for the fourth most in program history. Marin and […]

Kappa Sigma awards Take the Lead Scholarship

Kappa Sigma’s Theta Eta chapter presented the “Take The Lead Scholarship” to three individuals this Tuesday at the Kappa Sigma lodge. The purpose of Take the Lead is to “recognize the importance of the next generation of leaders on campus and in the community,” said Scholarship Chair Chris Stephens. “The three candidates selected were all […]