A Quiet Place movie review

There’s a perfectly sound reason why “A Quiet Place” has a 95 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. “A Quiet Place” is a suspense thriller starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt along with Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe and follows the Abbott family in the year 2020. A breed of blind, Stranger Things-like creatures roam the […]

This week in SGA: April 9

Members of the senate and executive team opened up the floor for SGA Student Choice Awards nominations, a yearly tradition dating back to 2004. The SGA gives out three awards: Faculty Member of the Year, Administrator of the Year, and Staff Member of the Year. Last year’s winners were Associate Professor of Political Science Rebecca […]

SGA Elections: Who’s running?

Students at UA Little Rock will have the chance to vote for their 2018-19 SGA representatives on April 9 and 10 in the Donaghey Student Center. Polls will be open on both days from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and again from 4 to 7 p.m., in front of the SGA Office (See map). All enrolled […]

Students walk for suicide awareness

More than a hundred UA Little Rock students, family members and friends from the Little Rock community braved the cold Saturday afternoon for the university’s first-ever Out of the Darkness Walk, supporting those who struggle with mental health and remembering those who lost their lives to suicide. The Out of the Darkness Walk is an […]

This week in SGA: April 2

Chancellor Andrew Rogerson paid a visit to the SGA, touching base on a number of issues from new features for students to relations with eStem. Rogerson did not spend much time on issues related to eStem, citing a lack of good data. While he acknowledged that there is tension on campus with the high school […]

Ready Player One Movie Review

Ready Player One is a futuristic look at how the world of video games and virtual reality could cause real complications in real life. The film follows the adventures of Wade Watts, a boy who spends most of his waking moments in a VR world called the Oasis. The Oasis is actually where most of […]

Little Rock’s March for Our Lives

Hundreds of people gathered at the corner of South Pulaski Street and West Capitol Avenue in Little Rock on Saturday to join the March for Our Lives. Little Rock was just one city in over 800 that took part in the international movement. It is estimated that over one million people across the globe marched […]

Vietnam Veterans honored at the Jack

Veterans who served during the Vietnam War will be honored during a ceremony at the Jack Stephens Center Thursday morning. The event recognizes the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War and is part of a nationwide commemoration authorized under the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act to honor veterans who served during the war. The ceremony is […]