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Gal Gadot, well-known for her lead performance in

Gal Gadot to play Cleopatra in new movie

Kaela McKim, Features Editor October 27, 2020

Gal Gadot has remained in the spotlight for some time after taking on the role of Wonder Woman in the DC Justice League series as well as the superhero’s own stand alone films. Now headlines of the star...

The Improv Shop: Having each others’ backs

The Improv Shop: Having each others’ backs

Ethan Schmidt, The Pulse Radio Program Manager April 29, 2020

As the COVID-19 outbreak spreads across the United States, many non-essential businesses are having to shut their doors in the interest of public health and safety. While large companies may be able to...

Entire Species of Food Crops Are Being Lost Forever

Philis Wood, Contributing Reporter March 14, 2020

It is that range of biodiversity that we must care for - the whole thing - rather than just one or two stars.  —David Attenborough It is that range of biodiversity that we must care for - the whole...

Micah Braughten of Hot Springs

You Are Now Entering Free Derry

March 11, 2020

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and the world-famous World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade this year The Arts Council and Dublin City Council are exhibiting a photo archive titled, A Photo Album...

Iowa Caucus: Views on Voting

Iowa Caucus: Views on Voting

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief March 5, 2020

As the presidential election approaches, America’s choice of party delegates remains an unsatisfied curiosity. The unusually early Iowa caucus provides a small glimpse into what delegates the future...

Creator of the Konami Code Dies

Creator of the Konami Code Dies

Matthew Jones, Contributing Reporter March 5, 2020

Kazuhisa Hashimoto, the creator of the famous Konami Code, died last Wednesday at the age of 61. His code- Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start, has lived on for over three decades...

Do You Live Next Door to a Toxic Waste Dump?

Do You Live Next Door to a Toxic Waste Dump?

Philis Wood, Contributing Reporter February 8, 2020

     In 1978, hundreds of residents of the Love Canal neighborhood in Niagara Falls, New York became seriously ill. Their homes had been built on top of 21,800 tons of hazardous materials dumped there...

Homelessness in Rural Arkansas

Philis Wood, Contributing Reporter January 30, 2019

Being homeless is like living in a post-apocalyptic world. You're on the outskirts of society. --Frank Dillane What does homelessness in rural America look like? There is a cloud of common myths surrounding...

Stan Lee, Cultural Icon and Comics Creator, Passes Away The creator of characters such as Spider-Man and X-Men was 95 years old

Stan Lee, Cultural Icon and Comics Creator, Passes Away The creator of characters such as Spider-Man and X-Men was 95 years old

By Pete Tubbs, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 26, 2018

Excelsior no more. Stan Lee, the celebrated comics icon has passed away at the age of 95. Born Stanley Martin Lieber on Dec. 28, 1922 in New York City, Lee began his career in comics as an assisant...

Parties in the U.S.A.

Story By Teuana Smith, Student Reporter November 12, 2018

Midterm elections can be intimidating. Local people running for office is a scary thought, but it must be done. The Oracle did the dirty work and spoke to candidates for Lieutenant Governor, the position...

The Sixth Annual Hot Springs Horror Film Festival will take place from Sept. 20 to Sept. 23 and will feature over a dozen films with q&a’s with several interesting folks in the business of horror.

Terror hits spa city as Sixth Annual HSHFF gears up

Pete Tubbs , Community Edition Editor In Chief September 24, 2018

The Sixth Annual Hot Springs Horror Film Festival is finally rolling into town this month. The acclaimed festival will feature several films, both from local and nationally known filmmakers. The fest...

The Museum of Modern Art has just opened a Marvel Exhibit.

Excelsior!

Story by Randy Perry Johnson, Student Reporter May 1, 2018

The Museum of Pop Culture Seattle just opened up a show that puts the Marvel Universe on display. Now, I know what you’re thinking, “But Randy, what does a Museum in Seattle have to do with Henderson...

April showers, May flowers?

Story by Greta Goslee, Student Reporter April 17, 2018

The spring 2018 semester began with tornado warnings in nearby Pike County. Shortly after this set of storms, campus police began planning a campus-wide tornado drill, but it did not happen this semester. The...

Is corporal punishment a good idea?

A paddle for your crimes

Story by Easton Cowart, Student Reporter April 10, 2018

There are many things that we want to forget about high school, like the horrible slop they serve in cafeterias, or your horrible emo phase. However, an unsettling practice still occurs in Arkansas schools...

Live music near you

Event Summary by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief April 3, 2018

Looking for some awesome live music to experience during the month of April (that’s not on HSU’s campus)? Well, Little Rock has certainly got the tunes. Little Rock: On Wednesday, April 4, you can...

Jane Boswell, Rachael Kelley, and Heather Wright were three who participated in dressing up as their favorite woman or supporter for competition for a door prize.

Women’s History Social Hour

Event Summary by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief April 3, 2018

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Women’s and Gender Studies Steering Committee hosted a Women’s History Social Hour March 27. The event was held at Slim and Shorty’s, and all students and...

23 and Me provides users with detailed ancestral information.

What do you have in you?

Story by Easton Cowart, Student Reporter March 27, 2018

Historically, people have only been able to receive genetic testing from health care professionals, and at a steep price that’s not usually covered by insurance. Today, however, anyone with an internet...

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