Campus News

Press Release: Emergence Art Exhibition

Press Release: Emergence Art Exhibition

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

      Sarah Ragan, a graduating BFA student from Henderson State University, will be presenting her newest body of work, Emergence, at an opening reception on Monday, March 2nd.        Originating from Liberty, Missouri, Sarah came to Henderson State University in 2016 to study under Katherine S...

A Myriad of Services for Students at HSU

Victoria Stewart-Meyers, City Editor

February 12, 2020

     Type the word “services” into the search engine on HSU’s website, and you will find a long list of services available to students. In addition to the Student Health and Counseling Center, which provides a clinic with a nursing staff who provide care for minor injuries and illness, including...

How To Not Be Not Involved

Cle’Varus Oney, Copy Editor

February 8, 2020

     We've reached another January, and it's the time of resolutions and new experiences. For students looking for ways to escape a cycle of study, sleep, hanging with friends, this may be the time to get involved. Even though it’s small, this town and Henderson State have a few ways for students to...

IMPROVing Henderson

Kelsie Gansz, Contributing Reporter

February 8, 2020

     There’s no shortage of clubs on campus, but if you’re someone in between and searching for one to attend, you should check out Ethan Schmidt’s improv club. Schmidt, a freshman theatre major from St Louis, came to Henderson to start his own improv group. He leads the club solo and coac...

Rex Richardson at The Delph

Erica Amyx, Contributing Reporter

February 8, 2020

       This past weekend, the Henderson Trumpet Guild hosted a residency for Rex Richardson, a well-renowned solo trumpeter. Richardson first visited in 2017 as a guest performer for Henderson’s wind ensemble. He upgraded his stay this time by holding multiple masterclasses and a jazz concer...

League of Latinos Hosts La Lotería

Kelly Stiles, Features Editor

October 29, 2019

     The sound of students reaching their hands into cups of raw beans filled the room. Criminal justice major Lexi Collins searched her card full of pictures and Spanish vocabulary for the Spanish words the announcers called then translated to English. “La Lotería!” Collins yelled as sh...

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...

Heartbeat of Henderson

Heartbeat of Henderson

Madison Hardcastle, Contributing Reporter

October 16, 2019

Homecoming, football, cold weather and so much more is approaching us this time of year, and what could make this time of the year better? This is also the time when the brothers of Phi Lambda Chi will begin their annual drum beat.    The drumbeat, also known as the “heartbeat of Henderson”, wi...

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...