Movies I’m looking forward to in 2018 (Ordered by date)

Story by Pete Tubbs Editor in Chief

February 17, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News, Opinion

  We’re already half way through February, and there’s been some legitimately good movies to come out. “Paddington 2’s” at 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, Christian Bale’s “Hostiles” got a wide release, and so d...

Karaoke Español: ¿Te gusta cantar?

Story by Julie Young Student Reporter

February 15, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Campus News, News, Opinion

  Anyone looking for plans on Thursday that don’t involve another night of putting off homework or watching reruns of “The Office”? You’re in luck luck because “Karaoke in Spanish” is this Thursday, Feb. 15. The event ...

Enhance the community: Gamma Beta Phi makes a difference

Story by Greta Goslee Student Reporter

February 15, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Greek Life, News, Opinion, Student Organizations

  Gamma Beta Phi was founded in 1964 in Spartanburg, South Carolina as a college-level extension of Beta Club, a high school service and honor society. There are currently nearly 90 active chapters in the United States. It is one o...

Wait ‘till I get my money right: Student discounts in Hot Springs

Story by Alisha Davis Student Reporter

February 15, 2018

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, Campus Life, News, Opinion

  Ever wonder how to save a little extra money here and there? Hot Springs is the perfect place to start. All you need is a valid student ID and enough confidence to ask for a discount. Restaurants in Hot Springs that giv...

Butterflies and Tacos: Two student exhibits open this month

Press Releases by Franchesca Smith and Helen Martinez

February 15, 2018

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, Campus Life, Featured, Gallery, News

  There are two student exhibits coming very soon to Henderson’s campus. The press releases for both are included below. The Henderson State University Fine Arts Department is proud to present “Butterflies and Stingers,...

He’s a poet and he knows it: Professor Mark Beggs: musician, writer, and teacher

Story by Bunky Raines Student Reporter

February 15, 2018

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, News

  Many poets seem to have a passion that emanates from them like waves from a pond peddle. Marck L. Beggs, Professor of English, is no exception. He has published four books of poetry: “God Worm,” “Libido Cafe,” “...

Boys, men, and sexual abuse: Stop normalizing it

Opinion by Jae-Kur Lockhart Student Reporter

February 6, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News, Opinion

  At a moment’s notice, a child’s life could be changed and warped into a point of no true return. Men usually will not report or express this occurrence, well at least not like most women would. Women more or less exp...

A short dialogue on “The Cloverfield Paradox”

Opinion by Pete Tubbs Editor in Chief

February 6, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News, Opinion

  If you didn’t know, at the Super Bowl this week, an ad for the new film “The Cloverfield Paradox” was released. Sounds normal, right? Wrong. Previously known as “The God Particle,” this film is the third in the crit...

One of the Fighterz: “Dragonball FighterZ” is bringin’ 2D back

Story by Randy Perry-Johnson Student Reporter

February 6, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News, Opinion

  Video games are setting a huge standard for not only fighting games but video games as a whole with the release of Dragon Ball FighterZ. FighterZ is the first game to take place on a 2D plane in nearly a decade departing fr...

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