UA Little Rock Chancellor Christy Drale participates in a press conference with Mayor Frank Scott and community developers announcing the city’s plans to revitalize an area of Asher Avenue near the university. Photo by Ben Krain.

City of Little Rock, UA Little Rock announce revitalization plans for Asher Avenue Corridor

Chancellor Christina Drale joined Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. at a Sept. 2 press conference at the Robinson Center to announce revitalization plans for the Asher Avenue corridor and the University Plaza shopping center.  Continue reading “City of Little Rock, UA Little Rock announce revitalization plans for Asher Avenue Corridor”

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is partnering with THV11 to host the “Little Rock, Big Choice” mayoral forum in THV11’s primetime lineup on Wednesday, Oct. 17.

Little Rock mayoral candidates vie for voters in THV11 debate at UA Little Rock

The five men hoping to come out on top at the polls on Nov. 6 in Little Rock’s mayoral election took to the stage at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall on Oct. 16 to tackle a variety of tough questions on crime, education, jobs, the economy, legalizing marijuana, and more.  Continue reading “Little Rock mayoral candidates vie for voters in THV11 debate at UA Little Rock”

The UA Little Rock Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity is partnering with the Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission of the City of Little Rock to host a mayoral debate on issues of race, diversity, and equity Thursday, Oct. 11, at Philander Smith College.

Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity to co-sponsor mayoral debate on race, diversity, and equity

The UA Little Rock Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity is partnering with the Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission of the City of Little Rock to host a mayoral debate on issues of race, diversity, and equity Thursday, Oct. 11, at Philander Smith College.  Continue reading “Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity to co-sponsor mayoral debate on race, diversity, and equity”