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Homecoming happenings: what to expect on campus this month

Story by Parker Hutson, Student Reporter

October 17, 2016

October marks the time when everyone prepares solely for the last day of the month, Halloween. However, don’t get too ahead of the game and miss out on any homecoming events.Next week, Oct. 24-Oct. 28, will be the week of hom...

Get a job

Story by Ellen Stuart, Student Reporter

October 17, 2016

Books, classes, and dorm rooms are some of the most expensive things that college students have to pay for. If a student has a family, these expenses are on a greater scale when it comes to providing finances. It all makes sense w...

New Cinema in Hot Springs

Story by Leighton Hall, Student Reporter

October 17, 2016

The Hot Springs Mall Cinema, located behind the Hot Springs Mall, has started renovations to their complex with new seating, menu choices, and additional screens to elevate guest experience.The renovations to the theater started...

Flu Shots

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 hospitalizes an ...

Volleyball gets first 3-0 win of season

Story by Rebekah Teel, Student Reporter

September 27, 2016

The Reddies volleyball team defeated the University of Arkansas-Monticello Cotton blossoms with 3 sets to 0 on September 20 at Duke Wells Gymnasium.The Reddies had a nice start by gaining a 5 point lead in the first match. HSU kept...

Reddies steamroll SWOSU 45-17

Story by Pete Tubbs, Sports Editor

September 27, 2016

The powerhouse team that is the Reddies plowed over South- western Oklahoma State Univer- sity on Saturday with a final score of 45-17. The game, played in Weatherford, Okla., brought the undefeated team to 4 wins for the seas...

FISTS OF GOD

Opinion by Dax Guilliams, Opinions Editor

September 27, 2016

A common trend among modern fighting games is having “seasons,” which involve releasing download- able content during a set period before taking a break.Recently, “Street Fighter V” fin- ished its first season and it was ...

Kappa Pi adds color to town’s storm drains

Story by Lily Franklin, Student Reporter

September 27, 2016

Kappa Pi, the International Art Fraternity, spent their Thursday evening on hands and knees as they worked on two sidewalk paintings. The locations were situated on portions of the sidewalk that sat on storm drains. One can be fo...

Faculty showcase at RFA

Faculty showcase at RFA

September 27, 2016

Reddies serve you volunteer realness

Story by Parker Hutson, Student Reporter

September 27, 2016

On Sept. 24, 2016, students and faculty of both Henderson and Ouachita Baptist went out into the community to give back to the residents and town who support them. Jobs given to help give back scaled from private jobs, like mow...

Constitution Day speaker at Garrison

Story by Francisco Ochoa, Student Reporter

September 27, 2016

Last Tuesday the university commemorated the annual Consti- tution Day with guest speaker attorney Allen LeVar at the Garrison lecture hall.Allen LeVar is an attorney at law practicing as a personal injury lawyer in Arkansas since ...

A look back

Story by Pete Tubbs, Sports Editor

August 29, 2016

When it comes to college foot- ball in the GAC, the Reddies have quite the good standing. While fans prepare for another record breaking year, they should reminisce on the years past.Admittedly, 2011 wasn’t one of the stronge...