Articles in Features
It is nearing the end of the semester, which means some students are one semester closer to finish college while others are about to graduate. I belong to the second category, after three years of …
Around this time of year, gratitude gains the spotlight.
Some of my first memories in life, and quite honestly some of my favorites, are going on long trips with my family.
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.
Many of us complain about little things and wish our lives could be better, or at least easier, but we often forget that some people are less fortunate. Some people do not have enough money …
On Wednesday, November 12, I had the pleasure of visiting with a young man at a local shelter called Our House. Our House serves as a haven to the homeless as long as they abide …
Imagine moving away to an unfamiliar state, leaving behind everything you hold dear to your heart for a totally new lifestyle. Michelle Verree, current resident of Our House, did just that. She came to Arkansas …
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.
Micah Maulden, an officer at the department of public safety, has been appointed to serve as the first police chaplain of UALR.
by Ericka Henson
Does the flu shot trump the flu mist, or does the quick-and-easy flu mist reign over the flu shot?
“Everyone deserves a childhood.”
On Oct. 24 at 2:30 p.m., several Donaghey Scholars met in the Scholars’ Student Lounge and brought with them both their props and implements of destruction. The victim? A fleet of pumpkins ready to be …
France and the U.S. are different on many levels, and it is particularly true when it comes to food.
When it comes to a college career and beyond there is one thing we would all need: a personal statement.