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Jesse Roberts: business and pleasure

Story by Tierra McCraney, Student Reporter

April 10, 2018

For some, the love of learning never ends. Formal education has different stopping points for different people, and a good majority stop at the bachelor's degree point. Jesse Roberts, HSU alumna with a degree in accounting, decided not to make it her last stop. She continued her education as a graduate...

Media outlets claim turf

Media outlets claim turf

Story by Ayanna Williams, Student Reporter

April 10, 2018

On the morning of April 6, universities and colleges from all over Arkansas gathered in the Garrison Activity Center to take part in this year’s Arkansas College Media Convention. Throughout the day, students took part in activities, as well as anticipated the results of this year’s competition. J...

The Reddie Column

Story by Hailee Taylor, Student Reporter

April 10, 2018

On March 22nd, three anonymous Henderson students came together and created the Twitter handle, @ReddieColumn. The Reddie Column is a place for HSU students to post anonymously about events happening on campus, or to gossip about their peers and organizations on campus. The page’s popularity grew fast. “...

Henderson Today

Leighton Hall, HTV Manager

April 6, 2018

Little green balls

Little green balls

Story by Alisha Davis, Student Reporter

April 3, 2018

The women’s tennis team is currently sitting at a 1-0 conference record for the season. They are off to a fantastic start. Amanda Korinihona, graduate assistant tennis coach, shared that the teams word for the season is, “Believe.” She also stated, “The teams chemistry is great, the tennis skil...

The history of the three-pointer

Story by Jordan Williams, Sports Reporter

April 3, 2018

Innovation is bound to happen. Whether it comes to business or art, wherever human ingenuity is allowed to thrive innovation is not far behind. To most it’s a simple concept: as things grow they change, and basketball is no immune to this very rule. Though it may be strange to even consider the ga...

Origins: A new classic

Origins: A new classic

Opinion by Jerry Crowe, Student Reporter

April 3, 2018

Never will I look at Egypt’s history the same again! Ubisoft, known for creating the popular “Assassins Creed” series, puts the player in the shoes of Siwa’s last Medjay. Bayek of Siwa is the first sign of the presence of assassins in history according to the Creed series. For those who do ...

Gender inequality

Opinion by Jae-Kur Lockhart, Student Reporter

April 3, 2018

As kids, young ladies are typically subject to more responsibility than young men. They are forced to learn how to cook and clean while their counter parts have less of a workload in that regard. “When I was younger, I remember having to clean up after dinner while the guys were allowed to go out...

Playing barbies at the cosmic level

Opinion by Bunky Raines, Student Reporter

April 3, 2018

“If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.” -William Blake Do you ever sit around thinking, I’m just a consciousness inhabiting a body? I’m experien...

Tessa Walthour’s passion

Tessa Walthour’s passion

Story by Rae Dinger, Student Reporter

April 3, 2018

Creativity can come from anywhere. It can manifest in how you think, see, and feel. It can appear in how you do the dishes or even how you do your homework, if you ask freshman English major, Tessa Walthour. Like me, she believes creativity can come from anywhere and anything, which is a big reason as to why ...

Phi Beta Sigma’s open mic night

Story by Richard Cox, Student Reporter

April 3, 2018

Phi Beta Sigma’s Open Mic Night on Wednesday was, more than anything, interesting. Despite being advertised as starting at 7:00 p.m. in the on-campus student diner, the Reddie Cafe, festivities didn’t begin until almost an hour past the advertised start. The setup was rather crude, consisting of...

Women’s History Social Hour

Women’s History Social Hour

Event Summary by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

April 3, 2018

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Women’s and Gender Studies Steering Committee hosted a Women’s History Social Hour March 27. The event was held at Slim and Shorty’s, and all students and faculty were encouraged to attend. There was also a competition to win a door prize for the wom...