While writing about the need for America to have museums that focus on African American history, Rebecca Doyne expressed how easy it is to feel lost without a way to discover the struggles and triumphs of the people who came before you. Continue reading “Students win trip to Museum of African American History and Culture”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a student showcase featuring music inspired by the breakout Broadway hit, “Hamilton,” on Friday, June 30. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host ‘Hamilton’-inspired student showcase”
The eighth annual Jazz and Juleps event raised more than $54,000 for audiology and speech pathology students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “Event raises nearly $55k for audiology and speech pathology students; recent grad gets unexpected surprise”
An art exhibit celebrating the female voice in art will be shown June 14 to Aug. 25 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading “‘Nasty Woman’ exhibit coming to UA Little Rock”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Sequoyah National Research Center will host an exhibit exploring health and illness among Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. Continue reading “UA Little Rock to host exhibit exploring health concepts of native populations”
New etchings and paintings from Brad Cushman, the director of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Art Gallery, will be on display at Boswell Mourot Gallery from June 10 to July 1.
Continue reading “Boswell Mourot Gallery will display Brad Cushman’s art”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor and pioneer in deaf education delivered the commencement address to the Class of 2017 during Gallaudet University’s May 12 ceremony.
Continue reading “Anderson delivers commencement address at Gallaudet University”
When Corrie Green was a sophomore at Wilbur D. Mills High School, a friend begged her to join the Forensics Team, where students compete by performing short scripted pieces and improvisations. Continue reading “UA Little Rock student accepted to SpringboardNYC program”
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor was recently featured in a HuffPost (formerly Huffington Post) article on why dystopian literature is taught in high schools and the resulting controversy. Continue reading “UA Little Rock professor featured in HuffPost article on dystopian literature”
At the age of 18, Andrew Rogerson made a decision that would affect the rest of his life. Should he follow his love of art or his passion for science? Continue reading “Chancellor Rogerson’s landscape paintings on display May 9-31”