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- For the 10th anniversary of the Fribourgh Award, UA Little Rock plans to honor a true trailblazer – the late Dr. Raye J. Montague.
- What started as an act of kindness has now blossomed into a tradition for a group of 13 young men known as Playhouse Productions or PHP.
- When you eat better, you feel better; when you feel better, you make smarter choices in life.
- He shoots, he scores – or lands a financial plan for clients – meet Gus Leeper; the once star athlete now a financial consultant for Stephens Inc. in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
- It was more than a half century ago when Governor Win Rockefeller signed Act 128, designating the diamond as the state gem, a measure which came more than a half century after the first diamond was discovered by a farmer on his land in Pike County.
- When Brenda Harrison’s 3-year-old great nephew Oliver Goodwin was born with Down syndrome, she didn’t worry a bit. As a longtime special education teacher and graduate of UA Little Rock’s Master of Education in special education program, Harrison knew she was prepared to be a resource for Oliver.
- Sarah Catherine Gutierrez, founder and CEO of Aptus Financial, had been in the finance industry for more than a decade when she noticed that one simple action seemed to improve enrollment in companies’ retirement plans.
UA Little Rock raised $20 million in private gift support during the fiscal year that ended June 30, marking an 11 percent increase over the previous fiscal year.
- Preserve Arkansas’s 2019 Most Endangered Places list includes a Rosenwald School, rural churches that are the linchpins of their respective communities, commercial buildings with ties to Arkansas’s Jewish and Chinese merchants, one of the state’s last motion picture palaces, and the home of a well-known African American attorney and civic leader.
- The digital age puts the human brain in a constant world of noise – from never-ending news cycles, to ever-changing technology and developments – it’s hard for the brain to keep up.