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Against All Auds

By Carmin Wills

March 10, 2015

Amy Aud is a native of Arkadelphia and graduated high school in 1985. She grew up with, what she believes to be perfect parents. They showed her unconditional love. But as many children do, when she completed high school she wanted to ge...

Snow and Ice Halt Classes

By Alvin Stuckey

March 9, 2015

When the groundhog showed its shadow on Groundhog Day, many blew off the notion that there was going to be six more weeks of bad weather. Boy, were they wrong.Over the past few weeks Arkansas was hacked by winter weather. Due...

Marketing Research Students Shine at Workshop

By Staff

February 18, 2015

Henderson Students presented the findings of their qualitative research conducted in Instructor Debbie Francis' marketing research course from last fall to the School of Business faculty and members of the Business Advisory Cou...

Music and the Mind

By Caleb Williams

February 18, 2015

Have you ever wondered why metal heads bang their head to fast thrash music, or why people dance to the groove of the music at a party? Senior psychology major, Devin Pittinger holds the answers. In the spring of 2014 he began...

Ellis College Opens Classes Up to Community

Ellis College Opens Classes Up to Community

By Jarvis Warren

February 10, 2015

University Cracks Down on Athlete Social Media

By Jordan Johnson

February 10, 2015

Nowadays, with the internet making everything easily accessible, it is crucial that there is some serious thought before clicking the “post” button. As we’ve all heard, nothing is ever truly off of the internet. A person’s m...

Chemistry Students Search for Contaminated Water

By Moe Skinner

February 10, 2015

Chemistry students have trekked through desolate grounds of an abandoned town to hunt down a little red mystery. Terry Bateman, associate professor of chemistry, and his curious students have continued to track the progress of thei...

Spanish for the Masses

Spanish for the Masses

February 3, 2015

Philosophy Club Puts Thought Into Action

By Caleb Williams

January 28, 2015

A student organization with a name like Philosophy Club can seem intimidating, especially if a person hasn’t been exposed to the challenging ideas associated with philosophy.Steven Todd, professor of philosophy, defines philo...

Professor Travis Langley Featured in New Batman Documentary

By Elizabeth Lau

January 28, 2015

Henderson has its fair share of quirky teachers, but one man stands out from the rest. Travis Langley is not only a professor of psychology but is also a master of Batman. Langley’s fascination with this hero has resulted in hi...

New Chapter of Rocketry Club Comes to Campus

By Carmin Wills

January 28, 2015

A new club, the Reddie Rockets, is reaching for the stars. Two students on campus have been selected by the National Association of Rocketry (NAR) to participate in building and launching high powered Rockets. Rick McDaniel,...