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Women’s bodies, men’s choice

Mary Lee

November 13, 2003

When I first saw the photo Saturday in "The Dallas Morning News," I was riding around with the rest of the Oracle staff, trying to find our way through "The Big D." We had gotten lost the day before and I had been complaining...

No visitors equals no fun in Smith Hall

Jacqueline Rainey, Staff Writer

October 30, 2003

Living on campus isn't too bad, but if you live in Smith, the "no visitation" rule that has to be made every week is getting too old. I could see it if was a one-time thing, but people need to grow up. Shaking the door until it op...

Scott’s world not better place for all journalists

Natika Henderson, Staff Writer

October 30, 2003

All semester long I have been reading the "Make the World a Better Place" column and have laughed and brushed off most of the things that Mr. Scott has said. I mean, sure the article on breasts was shallow, but that is a guy fo...

Making MY world a better place

Brandon Scott, Features Editor

October 30, 2003

Well, here I am, standing in line at the liquor store, deciding whether or not to buy a fifth of Heaven Hill vodka. I might as well. It seems to be the only way to escape this world around me. This week, I am going to try and...

Freshman tours other campus, enjoys HSU overall

Jason Melton, Staff Writer

October 30, 2003

Recently, I had the privilege of taking a trip to the University of Arkansas campus, or so I thought. I can honestly say that I'm glad to be going to Henderson as opposed to going to U of A. The campus here is so much more beau...

Quiet in the lab…Please

James Leigh

October 30, 2003

OK, everyone. I have something to say. This is for all of you out there sitting in the computer lab playing your portable CD player loud enough that everyone across the room can understand the words. We don't give a damn what...

Is she sorry?

Celeste Walch, Staff Writer

October 30, 2003

Wow. Welcome to the fabulous Henderson High School. The way people talk here is just ridiculous. I guess that's what you get when you live in a small town. OK, don't get me wrong. I love HSU, and I think I made that blatantly ob...

Kudos to Reddie volleyball supporters

Wendy Pitcock

October 16, 2003

How many of you were at the volleyball game vs. OBU last Thursday night? It was an exciting game - a good win for our girls! And our fans ... I think it's great that we have so many that show up. I personally love the swim team...

Goodbye pantylines, hello thongs

Celeste Walch, Staff Writer

October 16, 2003

So here I am, at the computer, facing deadline, looking for a story idea when it happened. The answer was right in front of my eyes all along. How could I have missed it? I saw it in my face, bigger than the rear end it was s...

Freshman fits big thoughts into small space

Jason Melton, Staff Writer

October 16, 2003

Many things happen in our lives that change us. Some are traumatic, and some are not. But it's not really the event itself that changes us, but more how we react to the event. It may not be something as severe as a car crash,...

Bryant trial about more than rape

Kyle Jones, Sports

October 16, 2003

When the 6-foot, 6-inch, Laker point guard stepped into that Eagle County courtroom on Oct. 9, more than just a man went on trial. There is more significance to this series of events than the idea that Bryant may miss this NBA...

Football fans disagree with ‘opinion’

Naz Rafiq and Autumn Summers

October 16, 2003

Our honest opinion: Every article that has been written about the Reddie football team this year has been nothing but negative. Even now when things are looking up for this team, the articles about them do nothing but criticiz...