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League of Latinos Hosts La Lotería

Kelly Stiles, Contributing Reporter

October 29, 2019

     The sound of students reaching their hands into cups of raw beans filled the room. Criminal justice major Lexi Collins searched her card full of pictures and Spanish vocabulary for the Spanish words the announcers called then translated to English. “La Lotería!” Collins yelled as sh...

‘Sense and Sensibility’ Premieres with a Surprise

‘Sense and Sensibility’ Premieres with a Surprise

Story By Teuana Smith, Student Reporter

November 26, 2018

If you've read 'Sense and Sensibility' by Jane Austen, you may be familiar with the ending. At curtain call of Sunday's performance, senior Theatre major Aaron Burnside put his own twist on the play by proposing to his girlfriend and now fiance Baleigh Almond, a senior biology major. The...

Competitors at NerdCon went hard

Competitors at NerdCon went hard

Brianna Barkley, Student Reporter

October 15, 2018

If you thought NerdCon was uneventful, then you were sadly mistaken. Whether it be tabletop games, LARPing, or competitions with cash prizes, this past weekend was one for the books. The Cosplay Competition had some hearty competitors. There were 9 cosplayers competing on day one. They include an original MBL (Jonathan Ramsey), Rick...

Grace Dane on her art and “The Cure”

Patrick Williams, Student Reporter

October 9, 2018

This past week I got to sit down with Grace Dane of the Art Department, studio major, and super senior and learn about her exhibit, “The Cure”, and what it means to her. The most recent work she did was her black and white prints. She got the inspiration from pictures of her parents and grandparents...

25 Years and Still L-I-V-I-N’

25 Years and Still L-I-V-I-N’

September 25, 2018

It’s been 25 years, and it’s safe to say that most of America is still l-i-v-i-n’. Of course, that is to say that Monday was the 25 anniversary of the coming of age classic “Dazed and Confused.” Richard Linklater’s seminal booze and drugs filled comedy/ drama not only launched the careers...

From the Heart: Reddies Donating Blood to Help Others

Keylee Harrell, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

Truly the school with a heart, Reddies love to donate blood. As the number one school for blood donations in the central region, we donate more blood than any other university in the state. We are also the largest blood bank in the United States. Bob Woodall, a donor recruiter, said that he sees...

Music from the Reddie heart: karaoke in the Reddie Café

Music from the Reddie heart: karaoke in the Reddie Café

:Cle’Varus Oney, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

On Tues., Sept. 11, many of our Reddies showed off their vocals at the Karaoke Night hosted in the Reddie Café. The HSU student activities board hosted the event to encourage students to share their voices. Voices filled with anticipation resound within the cafe as friends decide what they should...

Dancing kings and queens: Maleek Washington at HSU

Dancing kings and queens: Maleek Washington at HSU

Teuana Smith, Student Editor

September 24, 2018

Renowned Dancer, Maleek Washington created inspirational scenes this week at Henderson State leaving us in awe of his amazing choreography and display of the dancer’s talent. Washington hosted a Modern Dance Class on Tues., Sept. 11, and Thurs., Sept. 13, where he portrayed his eccentric style of dance...

Church and State coming to the only theater near you

Patrick Williams, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

“Mama needs a Coke and some pretzel bites!” Does this line keep you wondering? We will keep it that way until you go see the theater’s production of “Church and State. A dramedy set three days before the re-election of Charles Whitmore to Senate, and he is ready to tell all how he truly...

NuFusion is back in saddle again

NuFusion is back in saddle again

May 1, 2018

NuFusion is a Henderson bred jazz band that is led by their hero Dr. Rick Diamond. The band doesn’t just play jazz, they feature an array of genres from rock, r&b, blues, and country. Last week, the band had a setlist composed of the likes of Redbone, Lenny Kravitz’ “It ain’t over ‘till it’...

Dive deeper into dance

Dive deeper into dance

Story by Ayanna Williams, Student Reporter

May 1, 2018

On the afternoon of April 29, Henderson’s Dance Company kicked off their spring showcase in Arkansas Hall. Here, Dance Company members showed off their skills, performing different routines. Though their moves are on point and everything came together, there is more to this Dance Company than meets th...

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