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With college finals right around the corner, it is important to stay ahead.

How to prepare for finals week

Jose Santana, Contributing reporterNovember 30, 2021

Thanksgiving came just as fast as it went, meaning finals week is just around the corner. That week tends to be the most stressful one for any student in college or high school. But with a little help,...

As the years go on, the price of college education continues to rise.

College students guide to student loans

Phoebe DarleyNovember 30, 2021

Every year 30 percent of college students take out student loans to afford college. In the United States, 70 percent of college students graduate with loan debt. The Federal Student Aid website offers...

Kaylie Wheeless, Lauren Camp, Aspen Huseman, Maya Robles, Rocio Alferez and Mitti Fairchild in the Tennessee Cave.

Students receive grants to continue research of caves

Emily Henderson, Contributing reporterOctober 11, 2021

Mike Taylor, chair of Henderson’s department of Communications and Theater Arts, has explored caves in the southern United States for around 35 years. After hearing about an interesting pond in an underground...

Digital news business for newly graduates

Kassidy PorchiaMay 4, 2021

The stress of finding a career and job for college graduates has always been a big deal. College graduates want to utilize their degree but there are a lot of steps that actually come with finding a career....

History of Title IX

History of Title IX

Julie Young , HTV Studio ManagerJuly 13, 2018

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In honor of this, as well as March being Women’s History Month, the Women’s History Organization of Henderson presented a lecture on the “History of Title...

Provost Steve Adkinson was one of the speakers at the meeting that informed campus of the $3.2 million dollar loss in budget for next year.

Henderson’s in the red (pun intended)

Story by Walker Walthall, Student ReporterApril 3, 2018

It is no secret that the university isn’t in the best spot when it comes to money right now. Just because the university is having problems with money doesn’t mean that the students should be. Here...

ooh baby baby it’s been a wild semester

Summary by Ashley Smith, News EditorDecember 5, 2017

2017 has no doubt been a wild year. And because it’s been a wild year, there has been lots of stuff to cover news-wise, so here are the best things we’ve covered this semester.August “No Trump,...

Goodbye doesn’t always mean forever

Goodbye doesn’t always mean forever

Story by Emily Bell, Copy Editor and PhotographerDecember 5, 2017

Six years, two degrees, over 60 Oracle issues, 20 HTV shows, and 25 radio broadcasts: these are the sums of my college media life. This is my last semester, nearly lived in full, and this is the last...

Study abroad…and rock out

Story by Chase Lodree, Student ReporterDecember 5, 2017

Steve Listopad is an assistant professor of media and is the program director of the study-abroad program, the Oslo Project. He has worked for ieiMedia, through which the Oslo Project has run for the past...

Pave Paradise and put up a parking lot

Pave Paradise and put up a parking lot

Story by Zac Walthall, Staff ReporterNovember 21, 2017

According to a survey conducted by the United States Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, and the American Community Survey, approximately ninety percent of American households own one or more car. In...

A.O.K Registered

Story by Rylee Maxwell, Student ReporterNovember 21, 2017

Registration for classes comes around every semester for students at every campus. Henderson is no different and has its own way of doing things. Every classification of students gets a separate day to...


#MeToo: What To Do If It Happens To You

Story by Parker Hutson, Staff ReporterNovember 14, 2017

I know it can be scary to admit, not just to others, but to yourself. No one ever wants to be the victim of a sexual assault or rape, but it does happen, and it should be acknowledged.If the person who...

Non Traditional:The story of Vernon Moody

Story by Mike Taylor, Communications Chair with additional reporting by Ashley Smith, News EditorNovember 14, 2017

Vernon Moody, who is scheduled to graduate in December with a degree in recreation and natural resource management, might never have come to Henderson if he hadn’t nearly fallen through an attic floor...

A view from the corner

What it’s like to do a second undergrad... Spoilers, sometimes it sucks. Story by Emily Bell, Copy Editor and PhotographerNovember 7, 2017

It’s easy to feel out of place in college, especially at first, whether you’re a new student or faculty member. You haven’t had the time to settle in, to explore the campus and surrounding community....

Henderson Halloween

Henderson Halloween

Campus and community came together last week to celebrate the spookiest day of the year. Story by Rylee Maxwell, Student Reporter Photos and Additional Reporting by Emily Bell, Copy Editor and PhotographerNovember 7, 2017

Neighborhoods and decorated streets were not the only places to be swarmed by hoards of costumed children last Halloween evening. The campus was also flooded with tons of children and parents Trick or...

Battle of the Ravine 2017

Story by Easton Cowart, Student ReporterNovember 7, 2017

As the winter months approach, the cold air brings along with it a nostalgic array of bonfires, basketball, and of course Battle of the Ravine. Whether you let your colors show in fierce opposition with...

Doug Kramer: video didn’t kill the radio star

Story by Meredith Adcock, Student ReporterOctober 24, 2017

Doug Kramer, Henderson alumnus, came back to campus to speak to broadcast students about his 25 years experience in radio, and how he became successful in the field. When he came to Henderson, Kramer...

Innovative media meets in their new hub, the Ramsauer House

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief Photos by Emily Bell, Staff PhotographerOctober 24, 2017

Innovative Media students joined together for a meeting in their new Ramsauer House last week to discuss the future of the organization. The relatively newly formed major/minor allows students to take...

Homecoming took over campus last week

Homecoming took over campus last week

Summary by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief Photos by Emily Bell, Staff PhotographerOctober 24, 2017

It’s hard to believe that homecoming week has already come and gone, but here we are. The court consisted of 23 women, but as we all know, there can only be one queen in the end. The full court consisted...

RA’s: the heroes we deserve and the ones we need right now

Story by Kara Amato, Student ReporterOctober 24, 2017

When it comes to college housing, and all the joys and concerns that go with it, the resident assistant is someone you want to get to know. Whether you need help with dorm issues, maybe you’re not getting...

Financial raid: students face epic problems with finances

Story by Zac Walthall, Contributing ReporterOctober 10, 2017

The beginning of a new semester of school always brings forth a swarm of social media posts: We see sweaty, smiling faces, as students move from Newberry or Smith into upper-level dormitories, like East...

Students were Reddie to Serve last Saturday

Story and Photos by Parker Hutson, Staff ReporterOctober 10, 2017

On the quad, dozens of groups gathered to await their fellow members and prepare to go out and help the community. Looking over the crowd, it wasn’t hard to tell who the morning people were, and who...

Dr. Corvino and conversation stoppers in the culture wars

Story by Meredith Adcock, Student ReporterOctober 10, 2017

In the aftermath of a disaster, we as people often blame each other for the destruction. The opposing sides, whether from political affiliation or moral belief, usually try to stop the painful conversations...

This week’s events schedule

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in ChiefOctober 2, 2017

Unbeknownst to a surprising amount of people, our campus has an incredible array of events every week. They range from fun to informative, and they number in the dozens. For instance, Oct. 3 at 6:15 a.m....

The night, taken back: organizations raise awareness

Story by Meredith Adcock, Student Reporter Photos by Markayla Wyatt, Star Editor in ChiefOctober 2, 2017

On Sept. 26, the Student Government Association (SGA) held the first annual Take Back the Night, an event to raise awareness of sexual assault on campus, and to stand with the victims whether they came...

A triangular dilemma

Story by Easton Cowart, Student ReporterOctober 2, 2017

2 Reddie news Many of us have seen the “Pick Two College Triangle,” a visual representation of the stressful reality that is college. As a realistic joke, a triangle is presented with “social life”...

The man who stared at “The Men Who Stare at Goats”

Story by Zac Walthall, Staff Reporter Photos by Leighton Hall, HTV ManagerSeptember 26, 2017

It all began with my enrollment in university writing, a class that I’d long put off taking up until the literal final moment of my collegiate career. I walked in on the first day and was relieved to...


Story by Easton Cowart, Student ReporterSeptember 26, 2017

Newberry Hall is a nine-story residence hall available for all male residents. At the beginning of every semester, this building is teeming with freshmen ready to start their college careers. Along with...

Hear me so I can hear you

Story by Parker Hutson, Staff ReporterSeptember 18, 2017

Footsteps on a sidewalk, birds chirping, and hearing someone yell from afar to get your attention: these are all things that people with hearing take for granted. What would school and life be like without...

A school with a heart and some talent

Story by Kara Amato, Student ReporterSeptember 18, 2017

A small slice of Hollywood came to campus this week. The Student Activities Board (SAB) dcdorigomeealthympeitinheform of “Henderson’s Got Talent.” This spin off of Hollywood’s “America’s Got...

HSU Philosophy Club presents: Dr. John Corvino

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in ChiefSeptember 18, 2017

We live in turbulent times these days. With the sitting president causing controversy daily and waves and waves of social change hitting America just as often, the times certainly are a changin’. Not...

Theft awareness

Story by Rylee Maxwell, Student ReporterSeptember 18, 2017

Every year millions of college students travel to campuses to live on their own. For the newer students theft is not on their mind. Few college students insure their possessions, even though many valuable...

Pep Rally raises Reddie Spirits

Story by Joseph Gately, Staff ReporterSeptember 12, 2017

From the corner of Garrison you can hear the deep thump of hip-hop Bass. When you reach the edge of McBrien, you begin to hear the jumbled chattering of a large, and growing, group of students. If you...

Swiped: how to stay safe with tech

Story by Ashley Smith, News EditorSeptember 12, 2017

Nobody is safe and it’s only a matter of time before it happens to you. Are we talking about murder or disease? Neither. Cyber security. Your identity being stolen or even your computer being hacked...

Suicide awareness month

Story by Rylee Maxwell, Student ReporterSeptember 12, 2017

Sept. 10 is the day that nationally recognizes more than 800,000 suicidal deaths. World Suicide Prevention Day informs many individuals about horrible tragedy that happens within our society. More than...

BREAKING NEWS: Armed Robbery Reported in Ridge Point

Story By Emily R. Bell, Editor In ChiefNovember 6, 2016

This evening, students received an email from Tonya Smith, director of marketing and communication, reporting in part:  “At 3:30 p.m. today, a student reported to the Arkadelphia Police Department...

Reddies get Redemption with 45-17 win

Reddies get Redemption with 45-17 win

Story by Pete Tubbs, Sports EditorOctober 17, 2016

The Reddies had a day of redemption on Saturday as they defeated the University of Arkansas at Monticello at a score of 45-17. Not only was this a comeback for the Reddies after their tragic defeat by...

Down with the wellness

Story by Andrew Arnold, Student ReporterOctober 17, 2016

Last Monday the Charles Dunn Recreation Center hosted a Health and Wellness Day on the Quad outside the Garrison Center.After obtaining student’s heart rates, they were asked to ride a stationary bike...

Reddie Day

Reddie Day

October 17, 2016

Reddie Day took place last week, involving prospective students from all over the state (and some from out of state). Campus leaders and current students hosted events and activities for the high school...

Boo to the flu or boo-hoo for you

Story by Colton McCuan, Student ReporterOctober 17, 2016

Flu shots are a controversial topic this time of year, and it’s hard to imagine why. Why wouldn’t people want to give themselves an immunity to one of the most famous and common illnesses that infects...

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