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Doug Kramer: video didn’t kill the radio star

Story by Meredith Adcock, Student Reporter

October 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 didn’t know what he act...

Innovative media meets in their new hub, the Ramsauer House

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

October 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 part in technology in the...

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

Story by Kara Amato, Student Reporter

October 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 along with your room...

Financial raid: students face epic problems with finances

Story by Zac Walthall, Contributing Reporter

October 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 or West. We see groups...

Students were Reddie to Serve last Saturday

Story and Photos by Parker Hutson, Staff Reporter

October 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 had not had their cup of ...

Dr. Corvino and conversation stoppers in the culture wars

Story by Meredith Adcock, Student Reporter

October 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 in which they can ...

This week’s events schedule

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

October 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 football stadium ...

The night, taken back: organizations raise awareness

Story by Meredith Adcock, Student Reporter Photos by Markayla Wyatt, Star Editor in Chief

October 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 forward or not. Take Back...

A triangular dilemma

Story by Easton Cowart, Student Reporter

October 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” at one corner, “enough sleep” on a...

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

Story by Zac Walthall, Staff Reporter Photos by Leighton Hall, HTV Manager

September 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 find that one of the books re...

Oldberry

Story by Easton Cowart, Student Reporter

September 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 these freshmen, there are vet...