9-Year-Old joins Trojan swim team

Nine-year-old Edyn Grace Walterhouse became an official member of the Trojan swimming and diving team at the Donaghey Aquatic Center on Wednesday, with help from Team IMPACT. Edyn was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called CAPOS syndrome. CAPOS is an early-childhood disorder that affects sight, hearing, and the movement of the arms and legs. […]

Dreamers March on State Capitol

Protesters marched from Central High National Historic Site to the state Capitol on Saturday, in response to President Trump’s announcement that he would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The march was a show of support for DACA recipients and the DREAM Act. The two programs provide legal status to undocumented immigrants who entered […]

Campus ministry to help Harvey victims

After the destruction of Hurricane Harvey, many people in the Houston area are left without homes and without supplies, but one local campus ministry is set to help with their problems. Metro Baptist Collegiate Ministry at UA Little Rock is set to travel to southeast Texas throughout the fall 2017 school semester to help families […]

Trojans concede close match

On Saturday evening in St. Louis, the Little Rock (LR) women’s volleyball team dropped a hotly-contested match to DePaul in five sets. Both squads alternated winning the first four sets, then the Blue Demons (6-6) sealed the win with a 15-12 score in the fifth set. DePaul outscored the Trojans (4-8) by a total margin […]

Trojans fall short against Saint Louis

Little Rock (LR) women’s volleyball fell to Saint Louis (SLU), three sets to one Saturday afternoon in St. Louis. This was the second match LR has played at this week’s Billiken Invitational. The Trojans swept there first match against Louisiana Tech Friday night. SLU (2-10) claimed its sets by scores of 25-21 (twice) and 25-23. The […]