This week in SGA: April 23

SGA’s Executive Oversight Committee brought charges of impeachment against Chief Justice Makell Swinney before the senate, to which the body voted no. These charges came in response to a Facebook post Swinney made after video surfaced of Pi Kappa Alpha and Chi Omega singing Lil Dicky’s “Freaky Friday” and repeating the N-word. In Swinney’s post, […]

Campus reacts to controversial Snapchat video

A Snapchat video was posted Saturday night involving members of the UA Little Rock chapters of Chi Omega and Pi Kappa Alpha rapping along to a hit song that contained some potentially offensive lyrics. The song in question is “Freaky Friday” by rapper Lil Dicky featuring Chris Brown, which is currently in the Top 10 on […]

Little Rock’s March for Our Lives

Hundreds of people gathered at the corner of South Pulaski Street and West Capitol Avenue in Little Rock on Saturday to join the March for Our Lives. Little Rock was one of over 800 cities that took part in the international movement this weekend that included an estimated one million participants. The march in Little Rock […]

Vietnam Veterans honored at the Jack

Veterans who served during the Vietnam War will be honored during a ceremony at the Jack Stephens Center Thursday morning. The event recognizes the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War and is part of a nationwide commemoration authorized under the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act to honor veterans who served during the war. The ceremony is […]

LR women are favorites, while men face difficulties

Little Rock (LR) basketball is in New Orleans this week ahead of the Sun Belt Conference Championships which start Wednesday.  The men’s Trojans (7-24, 4-14 conf.) tip off Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. versus Appalachian State, while the regular-season Sun Belt champion women (20-9, 17-1 conf.) tip off Thursday morning at 11:30 a.m. versus Appalachian […]