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The Mousetrap

Agatha christie’s classic gets the hsu drama treatment. Review and Photos by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

November 21, 2017

Before this year, I had never read or seen anything based on Agatha Christie’s works. Now, however, I can feel myself becoming a superfan. With the recent “Murder on the Orient Express” film and the drama departments presentation of the famed play “The Mousetrap,” the solution to the world’s probl...

Christmas events near you:

Put some chestnuts over the fire and let Jack Frost nip at your nose. Event Summary by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

November 21, 2017

It’s finally Christmas, and one thing that central arkansas is good at is celebrating the ever-festive season. There are countless things to do within a reasonable distance that will definitely turn even the most cynical person from the Grinch to George Bailey. Even though some have passed, there’s ...

New face of NuFusion

Music junior Jake Wyatt takes charge in the jazz ensemble, but hasn’t stopped there. Story and Photos by Emily Bell, Copy Editor and Photographer

November 14, 2017

NuFusion jazz ensemble demands dedication, practice, and a good chunk of any skilled musician’s time to pull off their annual concert.Although some years NuFusion performs live twice, once in the spring and once in the fall (often at the Hot Springs Jazz Festival.) This year, however, NuFusion per...

I’d like to thank the academy:

On the supreme success of the student-penned play, “I am Emily Doe.” Story by Zac Walthall, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2017

After a successful premiere of Magee-Lee Preston’s “I Am Emily Doe,” it seems as if the production simply refuses to end. This year, at the Henderson-hosted Region Six Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, the original play was performed alongside other university productions, all h...

Exhibits galore: Campus up to its knees in art

Story and Photo by Emily Bell, Copy Editor and Photographer

November 7, 2017

Last week, the campus and Arkadelphia were hit with an array of galleries captivating and engaging students and member of the community.Erin Hickl held her senior show, “lux permanent,” in Huie Library on Tuesday. She presented her studies of light and darkness through her subtly eerie photography. Her sho...

Good times: things to do next week that you may not’ve heard about

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

November 7, 2017

It’s starting to get cold outside, and as the temperatures drop and holiday festivities go into full swing, you may be looking for something to do next week. Well, you’re in a good location. Here in central Arkansas, you’ve got a supremely diverse collection of activities that will entertain eve...

Art is everywhere: Farrell Ford on the Arkadelphia Arts Center

Art is everywhere: Farrell Ford on the Arkadelphia Arts Center

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

November 7, 2017

“I just want to do anything I can to connect and promote artists,” Farrell Ford, executive director of the Arkadelphia Arts Center said. “Art is everywhere.” Over six years ago, the state of Arkansas came to her and asked if she’d have a hand in bringing the defunct Arkadelphia Arts Center back to life. “A...

Arts & Music schedule looking to bring lots of entertainment to campus over the next couple of weeks

Arts & Music schedule looking to bring lots of entertainment to campus over the next couple of weeks

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October 24, 2017

Our university has many diverse groups ranging from the mathematically inclined to those interested in literature. One of the most influential areas of study on campus, however, is no doubt that of music. For music lovers there is definitely a lot of thgookorwrdohemgeekNo matter what instrument you ...

Hope in darkness: “lux permanet” to open on Oct. 30

Press Release and Photo by Erin Hickl, senior, art education major

October 24, 2017

The art department is proud to present “lux permanet” by BSE senior Erin Hickl Johnston. Erin Hickl Johnston came to Henderson State University as a transfer student in 2015. Her hometown is Harvey, AR. During her time at the university, she has studied under the mentorship of professors Duvall a...

The Paul Brock Band

Story by Rebecca Fellers, Student Reporter Photos by Emily Bell, Staff PhotographerThe

October 24, 2017

Born in Atholone, Ireland and now a resident of Ennis, County Clare, Paul Brock is an accordion and melodeon player that performs compositions based in the music of homeland Along with pianist and composer Denis Carey and dancer, mandolin and banjo player, and vocalist, David Curley. Together, they...

Little Rock fall performance schedule

Event Schedule by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

October 24, 2017

Little Rock has long since been a hub for great musical talents to come and put on great shows. In the coming months, there’s an over-abundance of show stopping acts coming to the Rock. On Oct. 25, Judah and the Lion will rock the Clear Channel Metroplex Event center starting at 8 p.m.. The famed Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie wi...

“Big Dam Horns” took the edge off after the crushing homecoming game on Saturday

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief Photos by Emily Bell, Staff Photographer

October 24, 2017

Slim and Shorty’s hosted a homecoming afterparty after Saturday’s game that featured the band Big Dam Horns. The band, according to their Facebook page, “deliversa horn infused, one-two punch of jazz, blues, soul, and r&b with the left and delivering the nock out blow of rock & roll wit...

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