Morgan Rollow is a junior at UCA and plays on the women’s soccer team. Rollow is originally from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and decided to go out of state to play soccer in college and follow her dreams. Rollow is a health promotion major with a minor in sports psychology and wants to attend Phy…
The infamous duo, rapper 21 Savage and producer Metro Boomin, have teamed up once again and released the highly anticipated album “Savage Mode II”.
Netflix’s “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” recently released its third season of the docuseries covering the 2020 Formula 1 season, which was delayed after coronavirus struck the world in March.
Here I am, yet again, gushing over the latest Lana Del Rey album, and I am not mad about it in the slightest.
“Coming 2 America,” directed by Craig Brewer, sees Eddie Murphy return as Prince Akeem in the sequel to “Coming to America” (1988).
Following a string of HBO Max releases, 2021’s “Tom and Jerry” debuted on the streaming platform Feb. 26 alongside a theater release.
Musician Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama team up in a new, moving episode of the “Renegades: Born in USA” podcast called “Amazing Grace: American Music.”
Thank the Evil’s in-depth and thorough interview of Dereck Lee, conducted by UCA honors student Kenny Duran, allows readers to relive Lee’s agonizing life under the Khmer Rouge. The Cambodian genocide is a seldom talked about part of history that needs to be acknowledged; this memoir is a st…
5. Finally, at number five on our list of the five most scenic locations to visit in Arkansas, we look at Hawksbill Crag. Located deep in the Boston Mountains of Northwest Arkansas, Hawksbill Crag is a common scene for hikers as well as nature photographers. The name Hawksbill comes from the…
“The Echo Wife” is a brilliantly spun tale of betrayal, murder and the scientifically grey, by Sarah Gailey, Hugo Award-winning author.
Rolling Stone Music Now podcast released a new, necessary episode called “The Women Who Helped Create Hip-Hop” where Clover Hope, author and contributing editor, discussed her book “Motherlode: 100+ Women Who Made Hip-Hop” with host Brian Hiatt.
It had been a minute since I had heard the name Britney Spears in the media since her break from the limelight. Once I had heard that the New York Times produced the documentary “Framing Britney Spears” and the strange case that Spears was involved in, I knew I had to check it out; it did no…