This week in SGA: March 26

Ian Hadden, director of Energy Management Services on campus, discussed the details of an ongoing lighting project with the SGA during this week’s meeting. The multi-phase plan is designed to increase campus safety by replacing high-pressure sodium lamps outside with lights better suited for nighttime vision. His department is open to student suggestions about where […]

LR outmatched in Tallahassee

Little Rock (LR) women’s basketball lost 91-49 versus Florida State in Tallahassee, Florida Saturday morning, ending their season in the first round of the NCAA tournament. LR always looked the losing side, having relinquished their only lead six minutes into the game. Despite a competitive start, the Seminoles mounted a 24-point run in the second […]

Love, Simon Movie Review

“Love Simon” is just like every single coming-of-age romantic comedy ever made… and that’s exactly what makes it so great. It is an adaptation of the young adult novel “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda” by Becky Albertalli and follows Simon Spier (“Melissa and Joey”‘s Nick Robinson) and his friends Leah (“13 Reasons Why”‘s Katherine Langford), Abby (“X-Men: […]

Campus Police Beat: Week of February 25

The UA Little Rock Police Department had reports of a fire, online harassment and a DWI arrest this week. DWI Officer Gavin Hurst and Officer Gary McGee received a call about a green truck blocking the Lot 9 entrance on Feb. 26 at 8:05 p.m. The caller stated that the driver was driving recklessly and was […]

This week in SGA: March 12

Rather than facing a vote for removal on the senate floor, Deangela Horton resigned from her position, leaving a vacancy in the College of Education and Health Professions. Due to circumstances which the student government would not comment on, there is also a new vacancy in the College of Engineering and Information Technology. Other news: […]

EStem walks out in memory of Parkland shooting victims

Students of eStem High School joined students across the country in an organized walkout Wednesday morning, honoring the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High shooting in Parkland, Fla. and protesting for stricter gun laws in the U.S. At 10 a.m., eStem students and teachers walked across UA Little Rock’s campus, returning to classrooms by 10:17–a minute […]