The aftermath of the Douglas High shooting

Though the U.S. has experienced a number of mass shootings in the past few years, none have had as strong an impact on legislation, activism, or public discourse as the one that occurred last month at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. In response to the Stoneman Douglas shooting, President Trump has promised to […]

This week in SGA: March 3

Several members of the student government have either resigned or shifted positions, leaving two senate vacancies from the College of Business and a possible third from the College of Education and Health Professions. Former Secretary Chris Foy and Chief of Staff Mike Vick are no longer with the SGA; President Brian Gregory would not say […]

Department of Art + Design’s first catalog highlights the permanent art collection

The UA Little Rock Department of Art and Design released their first catalog for the department’s permanent art collection. The Highlights from the Permanent Collection release party took place Friday, March 2 in the Windgate Center of Art and Design. The Highlights from the Permanent Collection catalog is 234 pages long. According to UA Little […]

CSSC Award Ceremony Recap

UA Little Rock had its second annual College of Social Sciences and Communication Research and Creative Works Showcase Feb. 26-27. The showcase took place in the Donaghey Student Center in Ledbetter Hall, and served to feature research and creative works of students, faculty, and staff across every field of study in UA Little Rock. Presenters showcased their […]

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 […]