Articles by KenDrell Collins
As students make their way to the voting polls in the DSC to vote for the 2014-2015 SGA president, three options await them. One of those options is the administration of president hopeful Brett Clark.
This year is expected to be one of the biggest in Arkansas political history. According to UALR Young Democrats leader Miguel Lopez, that’s the perfect reason to join in on the action.
By Jasonya Cato
The Arkansas Clean Air Act of 2009 prohibits smoking on state facilities. Such facilities include: hospitals, certain business, and school campuses.
“I don’t feel safe anymore.”
Those are the words of a UALR student who was mugged outside of Fribourgh Hall on Monday morning, Jan. 21.
UALR sophomore Spencer Lloyd got one step closer to American Idol stardom when he wooed the judges during his January audition in Austin, Texas.
By Ryan Guinee
Where does money come from? What happens to a dollar after it is spent? Can it’s origins be traced?
On Monday Jan. 20, the nation will celebrate the life and legacy of one of the greatest voices for the civil rights movement – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The University of Arkansas at Little …
The Reach 13,000 food drive hosted by the Chancellor’s Leadership Corps has come to a close and the total number of donations is higher than ever.
A host of community leaders, political activists and professors gathered together at the William H. Bowen School of Law to offer insights on how to spark social change on Friday, Nov. 8.
Imagine there has been a radioactive leak in a nuclear facility and the level of radioactivity needs to be determined. It’s far too dangerous to send a human being in to inspect the damage; so what …
“About four out of five college students drink alcohol,” according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. In excess, the combination of alcohol and youth can — and often does — lead to …
“That is so cool. Look at that,” said a lady, as she watched a university police officer circle around her on a Segway.
Autumn Erickson is not your average college student. She began college nearly a decade ago and she is now a senior anthropology major who will graduate in the spring.
Two UALR students who specialize in film and music have created an organization that allows performers and producers to showcase their skills.