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Faculty Music Recital Returns to Campus

By Devin Anderson

October 7, 2014

The Faculty Showcase Recital was an event like no other on Henderson’s campus. Hearing those master musicians at work was a genuinely magical experience. Each of the professors displayed their artistic chops and showed their professional maturity that night. To set the stage for how the night went...

Surviving a Zombie Outbreak

By Mariah DeLaVega

September 30, 2014

The air was cold, with fog so thick you could see it in the dark. The moon was full, lighting the entire black sky. Moaning for hunger they were approaching quickly, leaving trails of their victims behind so they could turn into the monsters themselves.Our brave fighters, outnumbered and weakened stri...

Senior Artist Displays Works

By Madison MacNew

September 30, 2014

Art often allows its creators to express their beliefs without words. For senior art education major, Jeremy Garrett, his creativity allows him to put his Christian faith into extensive art forms.Recently, Garrett’s senior exhibition, “A Remnant Remains,” was on show on the second floor of Huie ...

Embrace Your Destiny

By Dax Guilliams

September 23, 2014

On Sept 9, the developers of the Halo franchise, Bungie, released Destiny, a new IP to their list of games. The new title, Destiny, is Bungie’s attempt at changing the first-person shooter genre by introducing MMO and RPG elements.From the very beginning of the game, Destiny’s visuals and music a...

Comic Shines for Few

By Mariah DeLaVega

September 23, 2014

Who doesn't love a good comedy show? Everybody loves a good laugh, but did anyone know that there was a comedy show here at Henderson?“The thing I didn’t like about the show was that there weren’t a lot of people there, so it felt empty,” Robin Campbell, junior early childhood education said....

Cutting the Redd Tape

By Jacob Lankford

September 23, 2014

There’s really no other experience like seeing a band perform live. The VFW in Caddo Valley is now the home of the band, Redd Tape, who will be performing there on occasional Fridays and every Friday starting in November.Redd Tape, a band made up of Assistant Professor of Communication and Theatre...

Nintendo Upgrading Their 3DS XL Handheld

Nintendo Upgrading Their 3DS XL Handheld

By Dax Guilliams

September 16, 2014

If anyone is interested in getting a 3DS XL, they may want to wait to get one. Nintendo has decided to upgrade their current handheld system, the 3DS XL.Currently titled “New Nintendo 3DS XL,” the handheld system is scheduled to release in Japan on Oct 11 and an international release in 2015. This new...

Student Going Hollywood

Student Going Hollywood

By J. Scott McKinnon

September 16, 2014

Not many students can honestly claim that they spent this past summer being chased by a dinosaur.  Even if they could, they probably weren’t able to go to a movie theater and point themselves out on screen.  For Henderson student Cj Bernard, senior theatre major, both events were just some of th...

SWOP Shop

Written by Monica Rodriguez & Jeffery Gilmore

September 9, 2014

Small Works on Paper (SWOP) which is a very competitive juried art exhibition. It shows art no bigger than 24 inches X 24 inches made by Arkansas artists.This art showcase is only for Arkansas residents who qualify and meet the Arkansas Art Council requirements according to the Arkansas Art Council web...

Upcoming Multiplayer Games Preview

By Dax Guilliams

September 3, 2014

Multiplayer games are an increasing part of the video game market. Most games will feature both single player and multiplayer modes to satisfy the needs of many gamers. In the next few months, two games that will feature both single and multiplayer modes will be released onto the market.Up first is Bo...

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