At the age of 17, Nicole Paladino knew her only way to a better life was through education. Continue reading “Graduating student Nicole Paladino: ‘Education was my ticket’”
Dustin Brown grew up in the small town of Hermitage, Arkansas, where life was good, but there were few doctors. Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad going to med school to help rural communities”
The deadline for University of Arkansas at Little Rock students to apply for scholarships is fast approaching. Continue reading “UA Little Rock scholarship deadline March 1”
Hundreds of University of Arkansas at Little Rock students, employees, and families will gather for an international Thanksgiving celebration on Nov. 16.
Every fall for the past 10 years, Russ Riegel has looked forward to the beginning of a new school year with a campus-wide picnic where he can catch up with friends, co-workers, alumni, and students. Continue reading “UALR celebrates new school year with first BBQ at Bailey”
The first day of school tends to bring a roller coaster of emotions, from excitement and anxiety to anticipation. As UALR students said their final goodbyes to summer, they turned their focus to their long-term goals and sought to make their dreams come true. Continue reading “Students say goodbye to summer, hello to fall semester”
Nearly 900 students moved on campus Saturday, Aug. 13, during what one organizer called one of the smoothest move-in days in UALR history.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock sixth annual Reach 13,000 Kickball Tournament has been rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 10, at the UALR Coleman Sports and Recreation Complex.
When Micah Parker started at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, he dreamed of going into state government.
The Chancellor’s Leadership Corps (CLC) has a new interim leader. However, Kelsay Williams is not so new to CLC.
A graduate student in applied communication studies, Williams has been part of the CLC since she was a freshman.