Articles by Hillary Perkins
UALR is sponsoring a Safe Zone training event on Oct.30 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Donaghey Student Center in room D. The purpose of the Safe Zone program is to inform the …
UALR’s Center for Arkansas History and Culture (CAHC) will sponsor the Johnny Cash art exhibit from Oct. 10 to January 24, 2015 at the Underground Gallery at the Arkansas Studies Institute.
UALR is hoping to replace the Trojan trolley within three months. This idea originated from the UALR administration, with consideration of feedback from students and diligent research into other ideas of transportation. From there, the …
There is a new place in town known as the Arkansas Yoga Collective Studio.
A restaurant that is known for its toasted sandwiches and signature soups is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to declining sales. Quiznos’ financial woes have prompted administrators to improve the restaurant’s UALR location.
The UALR Dean of Students sponsored a meeting about changing the dress code during a meeting March 11 at the Donaghey Student Center in Meeting Room G.
Darren McGerald, the Dean of the Dean of Students
When individuals think of study nooks, they think of technology. They think of the applications from the Barnes and Noble website. However, a study nook is an area where people can get in a good …
UALR’s Trojan Cache was held from Feb. 24-28 and March 3-7. The Trojan Cache is a scavenger hunt that sent students to various locations on campus.
The university celebrates Women’s History Month by welcoming Next Top Model winner Whitney Thompson on Wednesday, March 12 to speak in room C of the DSC at 12 noon. All genders are invited to attend.
UALR’s Donaghey Student Center has a new and improved floor in the diamond café.
The African-American Male Initiative program will hold its fourth annual conference at the UALR Student Services Center building from Feb. 27-28.
It has been almost fifty years since the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., and his legacy is still going strong.
A lot of work goes into preparing for the holidays, and that preparation has both positive and negative psychological effects.
The most disgraceful academic crime to commit during college is plagiarism.