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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 ...

A New Reign

Story By Mykayla Arnold

February 28, 2016

On Thursday, February 25, the legacy of Miss HSU began a new reign. Vying for the honorable title and over $10,000 of scholarships, seven contestants anxiously rose to the occasion. The former Miss HSU, Brooke Cornelius, set the stage ...

Henderson's Gay Straight Alliance held their 5th Annual Drag Ball this weekend. 

Big Pumps Bigger Lumps

February 28, 2016

Victoria Ellison (front) and Bianca Porter are anxious to help students. 

Speak Up And Be Heard

February 22, 2016

Garrison Signs Cause Student Concern

Garrison Signs Cause Student Concern

By Dylan McNiel

August 25, 2015

Students Growing Tired of Malfunctioning Vending Machines

By Carmin Wills

April 23, 2015

Whether students are working late on campus, running behind to get to class, or just need a boost of caffeine, nobody wants to be a sucker for the Pepsi machines at Henderson. Students don’t know if they will get the drink ...

Aramark and SSC Announce Plans For Physical Plant

By Ashley Smith

March 31, 2015

The battle of Henderson’s physical plant has begun.  Promises of a better future for Henderson’s physical plant and the physical plant employees were discussed in two forums the university held to let employees know of the poss...

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...