Articles by KenDrell Collins
It’s officially holiday season. Halloween. Thanksgiving. Christmas. They all lift our spirits, right? Maybe. As much joy as the holidays can bring, they also have the potential to cause harm.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be homeless?
The motto of journalism has long been very simple: seek truth. But what is the truth about homelessness in Arkansas? It’s true, Little Rock may dwarf …
It’s 7 a.m. The Wal-Mart employee just clocked out and is exhausted, not only because he just worked an overnight shift but because, in two hours, he has to be at his second job.
Ice-cold water came pouring down on UALR Chancellor Joel Anderson on Wednesday August 20, after he agreed to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in order to raise awareness and money.
The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees voted to approve the implementation of a new online university called eVersity on March 20 at meeting in Fort Smith, Ark. According to Chancellor Joel Anderson, the measure passed …
Dolapo and Bukola Odeniyi (left to right) examine the cell cultures for their senior research projects.
Imagine leaving home at the age of eight to live on another continent. Separated from family, friends and life as …
Everyone’s favorite Canadian pop star, Justin Bieber, will record the music video for his new hit single “Mrs. Beiber” at UALR on April 1, 2014.
By Michael Smith
Tension rose in the SGA Office as the ballots were tallied. With three major candidates and more reported voters in UALR history, this year’s campaign proved to be a clenching race.
When the curtains fell from the Student Services Center on Friday, Feb. 8, a new name was revealed above it. It was none other than the name of the emeritus Vice Chancellor of Student Services …
By Jamila Nelson – Contributing Writer
Six UALR students have been selected to participate in internships June 2 – August 8 with The Washington Center, an independent nonprofit organization that provides internships to students around the …
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.