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Reynold’s Science Building Chemical Spill

Reynold’s Science Building Chemical Spill

Teresa Valdivia, Contributing Reporter

October 22, 2019

The Reynolds science building will still be closed next week.  Air quality testing will occur early next week to help determine when the building will reopen. This is as much information as is currently available. Students who normally attend classes in Reynolds are receiving email updates from faculty to a...

Student Support Services

Student Support Services

Jesse Byrd, Contributing Reporter

October 2, 2019

On Tuesday Sept. 25, new students of the Trio program attended the Student Support Services New Student Orientation in the Garrison Banquet Room. Trio is a program that helps certain students from disadvantaged backgrounds by providing different services such as free tutoring, access to equipment they would ...

ASU May Come to Henderson’s Aide

ASU May Come to Henderson’s Aide

Zyra Black, Contributing Reporter

October 1, 2019

Following up on Henderson State University’s financial aid crisis, there has been word of outside financial help, ASU (Arkansas State University). Given the financial state that Henderson State University is in I think that outside help would be very helpful and so did some of the people I was able t...

Elaine Kneebone Steps Up

Elaine Kneebone Steps Up

Donovan Lee and Jesse Bird, Contributing Reporters

September 11, 2019

On Thursday Sept. 5, interim president Elaine Kneebone hosted a campus forum alongside Dr. Charles Welch, President of the Arkansas State University System, and Julie Banks, Executive Vice President of Finance at Arkansas State. The forum consisted of discussions involving financial status of Henderson S...

Greek Life Setback

Greek Life Setback

Madison Hardcastle, Contributing Reporter

September 11, 2019

Greek life director Robert Webb resigned on Tuesday morning August 27, 2019 due to personal issues according to Brad Patterson. With 12 national social fraternities and sororities on campus, this has caused a ripple effect throughout the Greek life community.  “I wish we all knew why,” Emily Burkh...

Freshmen Got Talent

Teresa Valdivia, Contributing Reporter

September 10, 2019

During welcome week at Henderson State University, “Freshman Got Talent” was an event full of energy, enthusiasm, and watermelon. There were 15 contestants competing for the first-place prize of 500 dollars and a second-place prize of 300. The student activity board is in charge of this event...

Glen Jones Resignation

Glen Jones Resignation

Leigha Lynch, Editor in Chief

August 21, 2019

Glen Jones was the president of Henderson for seven years prior to his recent resignation. This is the grand finale to a $6 million loan that Henderson received from the state of Arkansas; the money crisis at Henderson can be accredited to the build up of debt in student accounts.  Glen Jones will ...

Ellis College Dean Receives Liz Carpenter Award

Ellis College Dean Receives Liz Carpenter Award

Miranda Diaz, Contributing Reporter

March 14, 2019

Dr. Angela Boswell, Dean of Elis College made a trip to Corpus Christi Texas two weeks ago for a meeting of the Texas State Historical Association where she received the Liz Carpenter Award, for her second book titled, Women in Texas History. This book has also been awarded the Robert Lahiri Prize. T...

HSU International Food Bazaar

HSU International Food Bazaar

Bri Barkley, Contributing Reporter

March 13, 2019

On Thurs., March 14th, the 22nd annual International Food Bazaar will be held in the Garrison Ballroom from 5-7. At HSU, this is an event sanctioned by HISA (Henderson International Student Association) in addition to support from the International Programs on campus, Sodexo, Chicken Express, and th...

Don’t Tinker with Our Rights

Don’t Tinker with Our Rights

Cle’Varus Oney, D’erra Talley, and Sara Densmore

March 6, 2019

Who says history is boring? This past weekend, the three of us got to hang out with living history. After an almost 10-hour drive, we arrived in Des Moines, Iowa Thursday morning sleepy, freezing, and with cramped legs. As Arkansans, we were understandably surprised and somewhat unready for the amount o...

Cards for Carnations

Cards for Carnations

Miranda Diaz, Contributing Reporter

February 28, 2019

On February 12 and 13 S.A.B. (student activities board) held an event called Cards for Carnations. Cards for Carnations was put on by the special interest committee for Arkansas Children’s Hospital. The event allowed students, faculty, and staff to create an Electronic-Valentine’s Day Card for ...

Singles Awareness Day

Brianna Barkley, Contributing Reporter

February 14, 2019

"Singleness" doesn’t have to stand in the way of having an enjoyable Valentine’s day. Below are some tips to keep in mind the next time February 14th rolls around. 1) Love Yourself “Instead of focusing on love focus on love for yourself”, said Bradli Marshall sophomore and Psychology major. Write a...

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