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Trap V Soul

Cle’Varus Oney, Copy Editor

February 22, 2020

     On Thursday, Feb. 6, many of our Reddies showed off their vocals at the Motown VS Quality Control Karaoke Night hosted in the Reddie Café.      The Black Student Association, the Student Activities Board, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council presented the event in the Reddie Cafe. ...

BHM Celebrated Through Art

Phoebe Darley, Contributing Reporter

February 22, 2020

     February is a short month packed with many significant holidays. From  Valentine’s Day to President’s Day there is a lot to celebrate. It is the time to recognize and honor the achievements of African Americans in U.S. History. Black History Month is the whole duration of the Month of ...

Reddie Blood Spilled at Blood Drive

Kelly Stiles, Features Editor

February 22, 2020

     The thought of giving blood causes many people to cringe. However, when sisters Samantha and Sera Snow think of giving blood, they are filled with excitement.     On Feb. 5 and 6, a blood drive hosted by the Arkansas Blood Institute took place in the Garrison. Students, faculty, and com...

Press Release: Emergence Art Exhibition

Press Release: Emergence Art Exhibition

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

      Sarah Ragan, a graduating BFA student from Henderson State University, will be presenting her newest body of work, Emergence, at an opening reception on Monday, March 2nd.        Originating from Liberty, Missouri, Sarah came to Henderson State University in 2016 to study under Katherine S...

Retired Arkadelphia Mayor James Calhoun Passes Away

Retired Arkadelphia Mayor James Calhoun Passes Away

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

      Retired Mayor of Arkadelphia, James Calhoun, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020. Mayor Calhoun was a member of the Arkadelphia City Board of Directors for 18 years before being appointed Mayor in 2015. The City of Arkadelphia Facebook page posted, “During his tenure as Mayor, Arkadelphi...

Galentine’s Day

Galentine’s Day

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

     The City of Arkadelphia will be hosting its first-ever, Ladies Night Out “Galentine’s Day” Fashion Show on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. The fun starts at 6 p.m. on the 700 block of Main Street in downtown Arkadelphia; in the street between the old Honeycomb Restaurant location and the Beehive. Hende...

A Myriad of Services for Students at HSU

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

     Type the word “services” into the search engine on HSU’s website, and you will find a long list of services available to students. In addition to the Student Health and Counseling Center, which provides a clinic with a nursing staff who provide care for minor injuries and illness, including...

Vaccinate Your Dogs!

Vaccinate Your Dogs!

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

     The South Arkansas Veterinary Hospital and the Humane Society of Clark County in Arkadelphia are hosting a Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic on Saturday, February the 8th, from 1 pm to 3 pm. No appointment is needed. All animals brought to the clinic must be either on a leash or in a crate.   ...

Business Closing Costs Arkadelphia People Their Jobs

Business Closing Costs Arkadelphia People Their Jobs

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

      A January press release from The Danfoss Commercial Compressors facility announced the closure of its Arkadelphia facility but due to a low unemployment rate coupled with an influx of interest in the plant facilities and the Arkadelphia’s Industrial Park in general Arkadelphia area res...

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 by the Hooker Chemical Company. The neighborhood was eventually demolished, and this disaster helped inaugu...

Alpha Xi Bakes for Autism Speaks

Kaitlyn Williams, Contributing Reporter

February 8, 2020

     Alpha Xi Delta is one of many sororities on Henderson’s campus.  The sorority raises money for Autism Speaks Incorporated from different activities that can be fun and even delicious! Their annual bake sale was held this past Thursday in the Garrison. There were several options including ...

How Can Henderson Help

Kelly Stiles, Features Editor

February 8, 2020

     Controlled chaos ensued at the Humane Society of Clark County on Jan. 6-8 as a spay and neuter clinic took place. Drowsy dogs and cats waking up from anesthesia could be found in every point of view as Humane Society employees and volunteers patted their heads and cooed loving words into the...