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The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law hosted a reception on Oct. 24 to name a classroom in honor of alumnus Sam Perroni.
Brad Sims, who has worked as the media and online instruction specialist for the College of Education and Health Professions for a decade, is also a landscape photographer specializing in Arkansas scenes.
People have always been fascinated with the unknown world of ghosts and goblins and things that go bump in the night.
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate has achieved her dream of becoming a homeowner with the help of the University District’s First Time Homebuyer Program.
Opera has evolved over the last several decades, bringing together audiences far and wide to witness performances like no other.
It is with profound gratitude for a lifetime of service that we, Williams & Anderson PLC, announce the retirement of a founding partner of our firm, Philip S. Anderson.
The Central Arkansas Library System — commonly known as CALS — is working hard to shake off the stereotype of librarians shushing patrons deep within dusty stacks.
Mental health in the legal profession has been a growing concern since the early 1990s. Legal professionals are expected to tackle complex cases, work long hours, display emotional intelligence with clients as well as colleagues, all the while maintaining a social life outside of work.
The remaining 39 living delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1979-1980 and a host of dignitaries held a festive reunion in Little Rock on Saturday (Oct. 5, 2019) to reminisce about Arkansas’ last notable, but failed attempt at constitution reform in Arkansas.
Stifft Station is getting permanently marked by nationally recognized and “Ink Master” season six champion, Katie McGowan.
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