Students encouraged to write the new UALR fight song
November 19, 2014 – 2:40 pm | Comments Off

With more than 100 degrees, 60 graduate programs, and seven athletic teams, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock offers students a quality education and college experience. However, one element, common to other universities—a fight …

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BEST SORORITY: Delta Sigma Theta
December 11, 2014 – 8:43 am | No Comment
BEST SORORITY: Delta Sigma Theta

The votes are in, and students voted Delta Sigma Theta as the Best Sorority on campus.

Students host first undergrad honors conference alongside faculty mentor
November 20, 2014 – 11:23 am | One Comment
Students host first undergrad honors conference alongside faculty mentor

With support from their professor, four students hosted UALR’s first annual graduate and honors conference on Oct. 23, 2014 at the Arkansas Studies Institute.

Health factors may influence decision between flu shot and flu mist
November 20, 2014 – 11:16 am | No Comment

by Ericka Henson
Does the flu shot trump the flu mist, or does the quick-and-easy flu mist reign over the flu shot?

CALLING ALL TROJANS: costumed tricycle race registration now open
November 5, 2014 – 9:23 pm | 6 Comments
CALLING ALL TROJANS: costumed tricycle race registration now open

“Everyone deserves a childhood.”

Civil rights author addresses state of racial equality today
October 8, 2014 – 4:58 pm | Comments Off
Civil rights author addresses state of racial equality today

by Carmien Penny
The UALR Institute on Race and Ethnicity hosted a free event on Tuesday Sept. 30 at the Bailey Center to give people an opportunity to meet with Allan Ward, an author, civil rights activist, …

Energy conservation project to save nearly $2.4 million annually
October 8, 2014 – 4:25 pm | Comments Off
Energy conservation project to save nearly $2.4 million annually

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The university plans to save nearly $2.4 million each year in utility costs through the “Campus Energy Conservation Project” carried out by Facilities Management.

Greek life: do the pros outweight cons?
September 10, 2014 – 5:25 pm | 3 Comments

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by Grant Fox
Everyone has their own preconceived notions about Greek Life. Fraternities and sororities are seen as social clubs with networking benefits for members. It’s a chance to be a part of a family like …

Greek life offers connections, core values and community involvement
September 10, 2014 – 5:13 pm | Comments Off

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Getting drunk and getting crazy. Greek letters and huge houses. This is what it means to be Greek.
Or does it?

Children International reached over 16,000 children in need since replacing on-campus daycare
September 10, 2014 – 4:16 pm | Comments Off

by Naty Doris
Children International is an organization that started with headquarters all over the world and later turned inward, targeting poverty in the United States and staying true to their motto of improving lives “one …

Sequoyah National Research Center intrigues and informs
September 10, 2014 – 4:13 pm | Comments Off
Sequoyah National Research Center intrigues and informs

by Bianca McCrary
Inspiration is the first word that may come to mind when one thinks of the Sequoyah National Research Center. This center holds a massive amount of history with a contemporary flair.

First-year Donaghey Scholar ‘stays swanky’ and inspires Trojan spirit
September 10, 2014 – 4:13 pm | 4 Comments
First-year Donaghey Scholar ‘stays swanky’ and inspires Trojan spirit

 

Though still young, sophomore Connor Donovan is a force to be reckoned with.

University constructs park to commemorate Native American tribes, travel route
September 10, 2014 – 4:12 pm | Comments Off
University constructs park to commemorate Native American tribes, travel route

by Lela Fluker
Many University Village residents walk by it every day to get to class. A few conscientious joggers sprint along its concrete but take care to avoid the grass. Some motorists glance at its …

Pikes host very first Trojan Chill-Out Grill-Out
August 28, 2014 – 3:48 pm | Comments Off
Pikes host very first Trojan Chill-Out Grill-Out

The fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha hosted the first-ever “Trojan Chill-Out Grill-Out” on Friday, Aug. 22 at Murray Park.

UALR student shines in Rep’s production of ‘Les Miserables’
April 16, 2014 – 3:37 pm | Comments Off
UALR student shines in Rep’s production of ‘Les Miserables’

Senior vocal performance major Micheal Lowe shined brightly during his performance in the Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s most recent production of Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables.”