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 […]

The Clinton Library Ends Black History Month with “A Conversation with African American Members of The Clinton Administration.”

The Clinton Library hosted “A Conversation with African American Leaders in the Clinton Administration,” on Feb. 27 as a part of its celebration of Black History Month. The Clinton Administration was well known for being the first in the history of the White House to represent the diversity of America. The panel consisted of four of […]

Pitching lifts Little Rock over Fort Wayne

Two efficient pitching performances helped Little Rock (LR) baseball sweep a doubleheader and earn a series win against Fort Wayne Sunday at Gary Hogan Field. The Trojans (4-3) dropped the series opener 3-2 to the Mastodons on Friday evening. Inclement weather shortened the scheduled four-game series, as a Saturday doubleheader was postponed and moved to […]

This Week in SGA: Feb. 19

SGA leadership encouraged members to take a bigger role in the campus community, prompted by Sen. Prince Beasley’s call to action. The weekly meeting had a slow start, with no official items on the agenda. When Vice President Faith Thomas asked the senate if there were any announcements for this week, Beasley, the senator from the […]

LR women’s basketball improves to 14-1 in conference

Last night, Little Rock (LR) men’s and women’s basketball hosted Coastal Carolina at the Jack Stephens Center in games which saw the women win 53-44 and the men fall 65-60. LR’s star forward Ronjanae DeGray started the game’s scoring after Monique Townson turned a steal into an assisted hoop by DeGray. LR jumped out to […]