Arts & Entertainment

La Salvadoreña- cheap, good food

October 31, 2017 Amber Quaid 0

Good food, great prices makes up for low quality atmosphere Driving up to an orangey, rust colored house type building had me wondering if I had gotten lost during my drive and ended up at […]


A lesson learned in Martin’s racism

October 31, 2017 Ricci Logan 0

There are countless stereotypes in sports that people try to sweep under the rug. One can unknowingly assume things about athletes. For example, female athletes are lesbians, the NBA is fill with thugs or only […]

In the Tech Community

Lombardo shares WWI era art, poetry

October 29, 2017 Hannah Butler 0

Ross Pendergraft Library’s “World War I and America: A Centennial Exploration” highlighted Dr. Stanley Lombardo in the fourth program of the series on Oct. 19. Lombardo, a Navy veteran and English professor at Arkansas Tech […]