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Coffee with your congressman: Congressman Bruce Westerman addressed current issues last week in Arkadelphia

Story by Easton Cowart Student Reporter

March 1, 2018

  Arkansas District 4 Representative, Bruce Westerman, hosted an event called, “Coffee With Your Congressman” Tuesday in Arkadelphia Town Hall to discuss current issues with his constituents. A jovial atmosphere filled the room, a...

Depression and bad language: “Tigers be Still” was performed last week

Story by Tiara Burgess Contributing Reporter

March 1, 2018

  If you have nothing to do when you’re out of class, then come to the theatre and see all the different plays they have to offer. You can find play times and descriptions on Tigers Be Still play by Kim Rosenstock was pe...

An artist and an alum: Jonathan Cromer returns to campus for artistic reasons

Story by Aaron O’Quin Online Editor

March 1, 2018

  Last week in the art department, an HSU alumna, Jonathan Cromer, came to our campus to make use of the art annexes old out of use metal foundry. The metal foundry has found itself majorly unused since the unexpected passi...

“Cultura” and “Butterflies and Stingers” opened last week

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Story by Walker Walthall Student Reporter

March 1, 2018

Title IX: A follow-up: Bunky met with Dr. Vetter last week

Opinion by Bunky Raines Contributing Reporter

March 1, 2018

  After writing a scathing criticism of Title IX practices in the Feb. 13 Oracle, I received an email from Allison Vetter, Title IX coordinator, inviting me to a meeting in her office. I accepted. I ain’t gonna lie. I wa...

Spirits vs. Weevils The basketball teams took on UAM last week

Story by Jordan Williams Sports Reporter

February 21, 2018

  With just three games left in the regular season for the Reddies, each dribble seems to garner more and more importance. Every game gives each team a glimpse and what could more than likely be their post season form with t...

When there are no excuses: Jae-Kur on last week’s school shooting

Opinion by Jae-Kur Lockhart Opinions Editor

February 21, 2018

  At the age of 19, we’re all usually on the cusp of trying to establish a false sense of independence and freedom – but not Mr. Nikolas Cruz. While some of us may have been spending 2018’s Valentine’s Day alone, or wit...

No lions, no bears, just tigers: HSU Theatre to perform “Tigers Be Still” by Kim Rosenstock

Story by Ayanna Williams Student Reporter

February 21, 2018

  Starting this week, a production like never before is coming to Henderson State University’s Theatre. It’s a play called “Tigers Be Still”, by Kim Rosenstock. This production features actors Madi Moore, Savannah ...

Wild N’ Reddie: SAB Hosted the Wild N’ Comedy show Monday

Wild N’ Reddie: SAB Hosted the Wild N’ Comedy show Monday

Story by Greta Goslee Student Reporter

February 21, 2018

HSU and the flu: The campus battles rampant sickness

Story by Tiara Burgess Student Reporter

February 21, 2018

  The flu is hitting Arkadelphia pretty hard this year. If you are unaware of the symptoms of the flu, they consist of: fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills, fatigue, and sometimes diarrh...

Karaoke Español: ¿Te gusta cantar?

Story by Julie Young Student Reporter

February 15, 2018

  Anyone looking for plans on Thursday that don’t involve another night of putting off homework or watching reruns of “The Office”? You’re in luck luck because “Karaoke in Spanish” is this Thursday, Feb. 15. The event ...