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Volleyball, but in the dark

Story by Cassidy Witherspoon, Student Reporter

April 24, 2018

The flyer was a bit vague, but it sounded interesting. At the bottom was a note that mentioned OBU and HSU students were invited to the event. To the average person who might have happened upon the flyer, they might think that this could be a friendly, Battle of the Ravine, type event. Wrong. I show...

Get Reddie to Serve on Saturday

Get Reddie to Serve on Saturday

Story by Tiara Burgess, Student Reporter

April 24, 2018

Due to the torrential downpours and inclement weather, Reddie to Serve has been rescheduled for April 28. It has been raining hard which has caused rushing water all over campus. Don’t forget to wear rain boots and to bring an umbrella. “Good thing I’m always carrying my umbrella because you never k...

Stradiota and art therapy

Story by Rae Dinger, Student Reporter

April 24, 2018

Everyone has appreciated art in one form or another, whether it be a painting, a sculpture, a musical album, or digital art. Art can help express the deepest parts of ourselves, as well as have meaning that maybe we never intended, but that another person can relate to. To freshman innovative media major Z...

Write or wrong?

Write or wrong?

Story by Tiara Burgess, Student Reporter

April 24, 2018

Last Thursday, the Writing Center in McBrien hosted another workshop. The workshop was over “Revising your Paper for Organization”. John McManus, senior English major, was the speaker for this presentation. McManus went over Revision and talked about what it means to revise one’s paper. He us...

Double header madness

Story by Jordan Williams, Sports Editor

April 17, 2018

After losing the series to Southern Arkansas State earlier this week on the road the Reddies softball team returned home to Dee White field for a double header two day series against Southwestern Oklahoma State. They played against a team who has struggled so far to find its footing in the GAC the R...

An adventure through poly art space

An adventure through poly art space

Opinion by Jerry Crowe, Student Reporter

April 17, 2018

Adventure into a poly art filled galaxy as a cute little astronaut trying to live on desolate planets one component at a time. System Era are newcomers to the gaming world working on, the adventurous space exploration, “Astroneer” that starts with landing with a new planet unexplored by mankind wi...

Amity Road and 67 Grill

Story by Zac Walthall, Student Reporter

April 17, 2018

In a small area like Arkadelphia, despite being a two-college town, there is almost nothing to do during the week. Most places close somewhere around nine or ten o’clock, largely defeating any sort of nightlife before it even begins. Most students and residents usually have to resort to walking aroun...

Peter and the Starcatcher

Peter and the Starcatcher

Story by Philis Wood, Student Reporter

April 17, 2018

A backstory to Peter Pan had audiences filled with anticipation as Peter and the Starcatcher opened at Henderson State University. High seas adventure and a shipwreck on Mollusk Island set the stage for a whimsical night filled with star stuff, pirates, mermaids, and identical-looking orphan boys. The dr...

Oh the humanity

Oh the humanity

April 17, 2018

The shelter takes in as many animals as they can, working to get them healthy and, hopefully, adopted. “You watch this transition of [this animal] becoming something that a new family just adores. I think that’s the best part of it,” said Clark County Humane Society director Amanda Bell. Hen...

April showers, May flowers?

Story by Greta Goslee, Student Reporter

April 17, 2018

The spring 2018 semester began with tornado warnings in nearby Pike County. Shortly after this set of storms, campus police began planning a campus-wide tornado drill, but it did not happen this semester. The effects of tornadoes and tornado preparedness are back in the spotlight once again after stor...

There’s a snake in my boot

Story by Cassidy Witherspoon, Student Reporter

April 17, 2018

I’m not horsing around when I say that Henderson offers some interesting excursions. Casidy Jackson, Outdoor Recreational Specialist, is responsible for picking fun activities that HSU students might enjoy. This past weekend, he took a group of seven students to go horseback riding at Lake Catherine...