Christopher Williams: There and Back Again

Christopher Williams has visited 41 countries, and lived in at least five: The United States, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Germany–“and Texas.” A current assistant professor of political science and International Studies at UA Little Rock, Williams’ time teaching and researching in Europe has formed a large part of his career, and had a major impact […]

Sorority celebrates 40th through giving back

  Lines for fried Oreos resembled lines at the carnival, during a bake sale Friday held by the campus chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Located in the Donaghey Student Center foyer, the bake sale is part of a week-long event commemorating the chapters 40th year on campus. Although it’s meant as a celebration, […]

Life With A Disability

I have decided to write from my heart, since I believe that gives life to my best work. I have a great life, a great family who loves me, friends who support me, and anything that I could ever want. However, my life is a bit different than most. I live a life with a […]

Lalang finishing strong in final season despite family distance

Senior Trojan distance runner Isaac Lalang has saved his best performances for his final season as a member of the Little Rock (LR) cross-country team. Education and significant competition drew Lalang to LR. The Kenyan has established himself as one of the Sun Belt Conference’s elite runners this season. Coming off a first-place finish at […]

Little Rock’s constant: Van Compton

For all the twists and turns the Little Rock athletic department has undergone throughout the last three decades, there has been one constant. Van Compton, head volleyball coach. The Sun Belt Conference’s all-time winningest skipper, Compton has coached volleyball at Little Rock since 1988. She has guided her teams to five NCAA tournaments, hosted countless […]