Author Archives: Emily Hughes
The first thing Megan Cardwell plans to do as Associated Student Government Secretary is get to know her senators, she said. Cardwell plans to start one-on-one conferences with the senators elected in the fall as soon as possible when she returns from summer.
Do you remember your first official arrival on this campus? I’m not talking visits or tours here. I mean, the day you moved in, set up camp, slipped on those shower shoes and finally realized that this was your new existence.
I remember mine vividly. I loaded up everything I’d ever owned since the age of 6 and got ready for the trip.
When I was a kid, we went to Little Rock for almost every purchase we had to make. England, Ark., as you can imagine, just isn’t the Mecca for, well, anything at all.
This is what I heard at my workplace Monday when I mentioned I was writing about The Bachelor: “Like Jesse Palmer can’t get a date.” There is some truth to that statement.
Babies are so cute and cuddly. Most of the time this aspect makes people forget that those huggable little sacks of love also mess up diapers and spit up meals. Regularly.
And errrybody who has a baby thinks his or her baby is better than all the others. Even when the babies are in that newborn scrunched-up-and-splotchy-raisin phase.
Doing laundry, cooking (a little), managing money, procrastinating … these are all skills I learned in the college years. I know what insurance is and how to keep a bank account.
If you walked into my bedroom in my childhood home, you’d see that the d?cor doesn’t quite fit my personality. Well, I hope you would.
Today and tomorrow, more than 14 breeds of horses will be galloping into the Pauline Whitaker Animal Science Arena. No, it’s not some crazy mass equine escape, it’s the annual event where saddles are sold, trained horses do tricks, and animal science students raise money for the Dorothy E.
Entering a UA residence hall drunk – regardless if a student is of legal age – can result in being kicked out for the night, even if a student is an on-campus resident.
The realization came to me only a few days ago. I’m getting married this August. (No, not that – calm down. I’ve got that under control. Well, almost.)
Fourteen weeks, four days, seven hours and 59 minutes. As of yesterday around 2 p.m., that’s the length of time until Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen turn 18.
Each year, 16 students get to decide the fate of others who violate any of the UA Student Standards of Conduct.
Those 16 people make up the All-University Judicial Board – also known as the J-Board.
I really hate to say it, dear readers (all six or seven of you) – but I’ve got senioritis.
Maybe you don’t understand the magnitude of this statement.