LITTLE ROCK, AR – The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, UALR, working with the Central Arkansas Library System and the Old Statehouse Museum will be hosting lectures by Mexican novelist, journalist, playwright, and essayist Carlos Fuentes, author of The
Death of Artemio Cruz.
Fuentes will be the special guest on Oct. 24 and 25 at the 2005 Winthrop Rockefeller Distinguish Lecture Series.
Objective 2025: Double college graduates in Arkansas
Statewide only about 25 percent of Arkansans have a college degree and legislators are worried the state's lack of higher education is holding state economic growth back. New legislation is hoping to turn that statistic on its head.
Why do young people need Obamacare?
Starting on October 1st and through March, Americans will be able to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplaces for the first time. For the elderly and sick, this is a rare opportunity to gain quality and affordable coverage that may not have ...
9 Nobel Prize 2013 are immigrants
Little Rock, AR
The Nobel Prize committee finished handing out its 2013 awards. Nine went to Americans, both native and foreign born. The United States has been very successful over the years.
Since 2000, Americans have won 21 of the 37 ...
Families can received free help to stretch their dollars
Little Rock, AR
The pressure on family food budgets is higher than it has been in decades. Increasingly, families are being forced to do more with less. Especially who those are receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, SNAP, ...