Little Rock Announces change to Nov. 1 basketball exhibition

Little Rock Athletics has announced a change to the Trojan men’s basketball exhibition scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Jack Stephens Center. Little Rock will now hold a Maroon and White scrimmage on Nov. 1, instead of the previously scheduled exhibition against LeMoyne-Owen. Continue reading “Little Rock Announces change to Nov. 1 basketball exhibition”

The UA Little Rock Reach 13,000 Campaign kicked off with a dodgeball tournament that ended in an all-out battle between a campus ministry. The tournament finale came down to a showdown between Metro BCM (Baptist Collegiate Ministry) Team #1 and Metro BCM Team #2. Metro BCM Team#1 came out on top as the winner.

Metro BCM Team wins Reach 13,000 Dodgeball Tournament

The UA Little Rock Reach 13,000 Campaign kicked off with a dodgeball tournament that ended in an all-out battle between two campus ministry teams.  Continue reading “Metro BCM Team wins Reach 13,000 Dodgeball Tournament”

Dr. Stephen Grace works in the UA Little Rock Campus Garden. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UA Little Rock Communications.

Sustainability grant will lead to new greenhouse for Campus Garden, more fresh food for Trojan Food Pantry

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Sustainability Committee has awarded a $2,500 grant that will provide more growing opportunities for the UA Little Rock Campus Garden as well as an increase in fresh produce for the Trojan Food Pantry.  Continue reading “Sustainability grant will lead to new greenhouse for Campus Garden, more fresh food for Trojan Food Pantry”

UALR Food Pantry Grand Opening

Battle of the Food Pantries set for Feb. 12-17

Get ready for a showdown between the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Arkansas State University, Monday, Feb. 12 through Saturday, Feb. 17. Continue reading “Battle of the Food Pantries set for Feb. 12-17”

Dr. Stephen Grace works in the UA Little Rock Campus Garden. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III/UA Little Rock Communications.

UA Little Rock Campus Garden subject of first EARTHtalk lecture

During the first EARTHtalk lecture of the year, Dr. Stephen Grace, associate professor of biology, will discuss the progress of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Campus Garden and the benefits of sustainable urban gardening.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock Campus Garden subject of first EARTHtalk lecture”