February 26, 2016 – 3:23 pm | Comments Off

The excitement was on at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Friday, Feb. 12. A new sorority was announced at a probate that night. Sigma Lambda Gamma made their debut on the Arkansas …

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I Am With You
November 16, 2016 – 12:00 pm | 2 Comments

To all the women, people of color, Muslims, immigrants, disabled, and LGBTQ people of America: I am sorry. I’m sorry that hate and bigotry won the presidential election. I’m sorry that we now live in …

Opinion Article by Brittany Owens
September 8, 2016 – 3:18 pm | Comments Off

Instead of the usual “How was your summer?” conversations students have at the beginning of the school year, UALR students have been asking each other about the high school currently under construction on our campus.
Last …

Presidential frontrunners dealt setback
April 14, 2016 – 11:05 am | Comments Off

The two leading candidates in the Democratic and Republican nomination contests were both victims of the surging campaigns of their main competitors in the Wisconsin primaries held April 5.
The “Badger State” handed former Secretary of …

Why pop culture is inhibiting women from moving forward
April 14, 2016 – 11:04 am | Comments Off

Music is part of our everyday lives. Whether it’s on the radio, Spotify or playing in the background at Target, we are constantly bombarded with the latest hits and big name artists. And although I’m …

Keep me ‘ghosted’
March 28, 2016 – 10:30 am | Comments Off

So here is the thing, in this day and age if you don’t know what ghosting is, then you are probably fooling yourself or you just live under a rock. Ghosting is just the modern …

ISIS is not a normal enemy
March 28, 2016 – 9:44 am | Comments Off

I am going to be honest, this is a very hard topic for me. On one hand, this group called ISIS is killing Christians, Yazidis and other ethnic groups. They are killing people by the …

Guest column: Service-learning and career development: making the connection by Lillian Wichinsky
March 28, 2016 – 9:37 am | Comments Off

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is working to provide “high impact” learning experiences for students. One such experience is service-learning. Service-learning is an approach to teaching that integrates community service with classroom instruction …

Trump and Clinton need not fear the ‘Ides of March’
March 16, 2016 – 9:35 pm | Comments Off

Shakespeare warned Julius Caesar to “beware the Ides of March”, but it didn’t apply to this election cycle’s Republican Caesar, Donald Trump. The New York businessman and television personality soundly defeated his opposition on “Super …

Military intervention against ISIS is working
March 16, 2016 – 4:20 pm | Comments Off

A special debate in the field of U.S. foreign policy has been raging for many years through several presidential administrations: under what circumstances should our country use military intervention to further its security aims? In …

Better politicians, not term limits solution to Congress
March 2, 2016 – 4:40 pm | Comments Off

Federal politicians are the easiest punching bag in America. Everyone wants to bash them for their lackluster effort when it comes to affecting the lives of their constituents. People are quick to say that the …

Term limits encourage more inclusion
March 2, 2016 – 4:18 pm | Comments Off

I have watched many of my friends debate the merits of allowing states to set term limits on their federal representatives through the years, but I have never given serious thought about taking a stand …

Super Tuesday is an awesome news day for Trump and Clinton
March 2, 2016 – 12:39 pm | Comments Off

Businessman and TV personality Donald Trump made significant progress toward securing the Republican Party nomination by winning seven states in the Super Tuesday primary elections on March 1.
According to the New York Times (for all …

Americans need to stop ‘biting the bullet’
February 17, 2016 – 10:39 am | Comments Off

I live in the United States, the most powerful and well-off country in the world. However, it is not a stretch to say we are the most violent industrialized nation on the planet. I …

New Hampshire feels the Bern…and the Donald
February 17, 2016 – 10:14 am | Comments Off

New Hampshire set the stage for the first primary contest in the nation on Feb. 9, delivering resounding defeats for the so called establishment candidates.
On the Republican side, businessman Donald Trump topped the moderate governor …