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 […]

This week in SGA: Oct. 2

Two new senators were sworn in at this week’s SGA session: one for the College of Education and Health Professions, the other as a senator-at-large. The senator for the College of Education and Health Professions is sophomore Deangela Horton, a nursing major and Arkansas State University transfer student. Horton served in the military, and participates […]

Lady Trojans fall to Ragin’ Cajuns

Little Rock (LR) women’s volleyball went down in a valiant effort tonight at Louisiana-Lafayette. The Ragin’ Cajuns won the match 3-1. After losing the first two sets (25-19 and 25-14), the Trojans battled back in the third set and won 25-18. Louisiana-Lafayette then took the fourth set 25-20 to win the match. Taylor Lindberg led […]

Women’s volleyball wins in straight sets

Little Rock (LR) volleyball notched a dominating victory away to Louisiana-Monroe (ULM) last night. The Trojans shutout the Warhawks, winning 3-0. LR led in all categories, with 57 points, 10 blocks and 39 kills. Taylor Lindberg had another impressive game with 23 assists and 12 digs. Maritza Mesa led the team in kills (10) and […]

Trojan Tracker: LR Athletics finding their groove

The 2017-18 athletic year is well underway in Little Rock (LR), with five sports; track and field/cross-country, volleyball, soccer, golf, and swimming all competing and making headlines for the University frequently. The Trojan Tracker rounds up all the latest news, results, and upcoming events for each sport. Track and Field/Cross-Country (TF/XC) As of writing, LR […]

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 […]

Reflections of Progress honors Little Rock Nine 

Former President Bill Clinton and the surviving members of the Little Rock Nine came together Monday, at Little Rock Central High School, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the school’s integration. The ceremony marked the culmination of the four-day celebration, which included a series of speaking panels, a statue dedication, a benefit concert, and an […]

This week in SGA: Sept. 25

This week, the Student Government Association elected junior Larry Dicus to the office of president pro-tempore. Dicus is a senator from the College of Engineering and Information Technology. The job of president pro-tempore is to assist the president of the senate in his or her duties when requested, and to serve as president of the […]