Massacre And Abuse: Our Furry Friends Need Us More Than You Know

By Susan Pruitt Senior Editor    Once upon a time, I ran over a squirrel with my car.    The squirrel darted to the middle of the road, flicked its furry tail, then scurried back across my lane of traffic. I did not have time to stop.    The horror I experienced that day was surpassed Sept. 6 … Continue reading

The Voice Takes Third In State

By Rodney Hill Staff Writer MONTICELLO-The Voice staff represented the University of Arkansas at Monticello well during the 2013 Arkansas College Media Association Media Contest April 26 at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia.    This year marked the first time for a staff member to win first in state in any category, first time for a … Continue reading

Mocha Madness Honors Gary Marshall

By Clint Blasengame and Jennifer Lawrence Senior Editors MONTICELLO-The University of Arkansas-Monticello’s John F.  Gibson University Center was home to this semester’s Mocha Madness entitled “Shakespearean Mid-Spring’s Night’s Dream.”    The Creative Society held the event April 23. This semester’s event was dedicated to the Godfather of Mocha Madness, Gary Marshall a.k.a. Mars Hall. Marshall was … Continue reading

The Maid Narratives: Black Domestics And White Families In the Jim Crow South

By Susan Pruitt Senior Editor Book: The Maid Narratives: Black Domestics and White Families in the Jim Crow South Authors: Katherine van Wormer, David W. Jackson III and Charletta Sudduth    The Maid Narratives gives the reader a front seat to the oppression of African-American women through many eye-opening personal stories from maids and white employers … Continue reading

UAM Student Presents Seminar On Stress Management

By Susan Pruitt Senior Editor MONTICELLO – A University of Arkansas-Monticello psychology and nursing major spoke to a group of students about stress management at a seminar Feb. 5 in Harris Hall, Room 200.    Nyesia Driver discussed stress signals, stressors, causes of stress and ways to relieve stress    She said stress signals include emotions such … Continue reading

Instructor Of Mathematics Attends First Court Date

By Susan Pruitt Senior Editor MONTICELLO – A University of Arkansas-Monticello Mathematics instructor arrested Oct. 30 attended his first court date Nov. 20 at the Drew County Courthouse.    Nelson said the court date turned out to be more of a “cattle call.” He said everyone lined up in two lines with one line for those … Continue reading

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