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Hear me so I can hear you

Story by Parker Hutson, Staff Reporter

September 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 hearing or while havi...

A school with a heart and some talent

Story by Kara Amato, Student Reporter

September 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 Talt”sutoeheohowhathsschool’s var...

HSU Philosophy Club presents: Dr. John Corvino

Story by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

September 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 all of that change is ...

Theft awareness

Story by Rylee Maxwell, Student Reporter

September 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 items with them. Phones ...

Pep Rally raises Reddie Spirits

Story by Joseph Gately, Staff Reporter

September 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 look closer, you can se...

Swiped: how to stay safe with tech

Story by Ashley Smith, News Editor

September 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 is inevitable. The hacker...

Suicide awareness month

Story by Rylee Maxwell, Student Reporter

September 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 25 times that number try ...

BREAKING NEWS: Armed Robbery Reported in Ridge Point

Story By Emily R. Bell, Editor In Chief

November 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 that he answered a knock at his door...

Down with the wellness

Story by Andrew Arnold, Student Reporter

October 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 for one minute and then check...

Reddie Day

Reddie Day

October 17, 2016

Boo to the flu or boo-hoo for you

Story by Colton McCuan, Student Reporter

October 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 millions and hospita...