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From the Heart: Reddies Donating Blood to Help Others

Keylee Harrell, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

Truly the school with a heart, Reddies love to donate blood. As the number one school for blood donations in the central region, we donate more blood than any other university in the state. We are also the largest blood bank in the United States. Bob Woodall, a donor recruiter, said that he sees...

Music from the Reddie heart: karaoke in the Reddie Café

Music from the Reddie heart: karaoke in the Reddie Café

:Cle’Varus Oney, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

On Tues., Sept. 11, many of our Reddies showed off their vocals at the Karaoke Night hosted in the Reddie Café. The HSU student activities board hosted the event to encourage students to share their voices. Voices filled with anticipation resound within the cafe as friends decide what they should...

Dancing kings and queens: Maleek Washington at HSU

Dancing kings and queens: Maleek Washington at HSU

Teuana Smith, Student Editor

September 24, 2018

Renowned Dancer, Maleek Washington created inspirational scenes this week at Henderson State leaving us in awe of his amazing choreography and display of the dancer’s talent. Washington hosted a Modern Dance Class on Tues., Sept. 11, and Thurs., Sept. 13, where he portrayed his eccentric style of dance...

Church and State coming to the only theater near you

Patrick Williams, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

“Mama needs a Coke and some pretzel bites!” Does this line keep you wondering? We will keep it that way until you go see the theater’s production of “Church and State. A dramedy set three days before the re-election of Charles Whitmore to Senate, and he is ready to tell all how he truly...

‘Just keep running’: Reddies push record to 13-2(2-0)

Avery Robert, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

In set 1, the Evangels got off to a fast start and led the game 4-0 before Henderson called a timeout to regroup. Following the timeout, the Reddies got on the scoreboard and then went on a 10-2 run. MACU fought back and tied the game at 12. A diving save by Gigi Garramone moved momentum to the side...

History of Title IX

History of Title IX

Julie Young, Reporter

July 13, 2018

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In honor of this, as well as March being Women’s History Month, the Women’s History Organization of Henderson presented a lecture on the “History of Title IX” last Thursday. “What is Title IX?” was the first question asked by Allison Vetter, Title ...

Shut up and dribble

May 1, 2018

“Shut up and dribble.” Those were the words fox news journalist Laura Ingraham had in response to LeBron James’s and Kevin Durant’s commentary on President Donald Trump’s presidency so far. She also went on to say that their comments were both “barely intelligible” and “ungrammatical” going o...

Infinitely heroic

Infinitely heroic

Opinion by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

May 1, 2018

“Avengers: Infinity War” is the culmination of 18 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, otherwise known as the MCU. These series of films include the “Iron Man,” “Thor” “Captain America,” series, as well as “Black Panther,” “Hulk,” “Spiderman” and many other heroes. The ...

Lookin’ for love

Opinion by Jae-Kur Lockhart, Student Reporter

May 1, 2018

Imagine that you are on the cusp of a blossoming relationship. You and your partner are developing a bond that many would refer to as “relationship goals”. You’re going on dates, meeting each other’s close friends, and even sharing your dreams and aspirations with one another. Then one day,...

Band on the run: AMITY ROAD

Band on the run: AMITY ROAD

May 1, 2018

Most groups of friends that get a band together do not make it out of their parent’s basement but a group of Henderson State students have succeeded far past that. Taylor Ochello, lead singer, Will Tedford, harmony singer and rhythm electric, Luke Melton “heart and soul of the band”, Charlie ...

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