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November 12, 2018

The Gurdon Light: student’s account of a local haunt

Story by Jade Wolfe, Assistant Editor

November 12, 2018

Filed under News, The Delph

Growing up I had always heard about the Gurdon Light and the story behind it. Legend says a man was decapitated while building the track, and was cursed to walk the railroad every night with a lantern looking for his head. Un...

Mad scientists: Family Science Night gets spooky

Story by Keylee Harrell, Student Reporter

November 12, 2018

Filed under Campus News, News

Tuesday, Oct. 23 was family science night at Henderson State University. The event was held in the Reynolds science center. Families and kids were welcomed to join in the various activities held around the building. There were cl...

Panic at the parking lot

Story by Haven Hughes, Student Reporter

November 12, 2018

Filed under Campus News, News

Parking has always been a problem. This year it is the worst it has ever been. There are not enough parking spots. There is designated parking for commuters, such as the lot behind Arkansas Hall, and for some of the dorms. Ano...

Don’t chase the red dragon: discovering the hard truth about opioid use

Miranda Diaz, News Editor

November 12, 2018

Filed under Campus News, News

Opiod addiction in Arkansas is a real problem, and officers on campus are getting ready for it. On Opioid Awareness Day, Chief Campbell let students in the know about awareness, addiction and their plan to fight it if it comes to...

Parties in the U.S.A.

Story By Teuana Smith, Student Reporter

November 12, 2018

Filed under Beyond the Delph, News

Midterm elections can be intimidating. Local people running for office is a scary thought, but it must be done. The Oracle did the dirty work and spoke to candidates for Lieutenant Governor, the position that replaces the state gov...

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