The WiFi Sucks Here

Cle’Varus Oney, Copy Editor

February 8, 2020

Over the last two weeks of January, the Information Technology department at Henderson State University began the school’s campus-wide transition to a new network. This transition caused a few issues in WIFI strength that many of you may have noticed. A quick interview with Ty Woodson, of the IT...

A Presidential Point of View

Ethan Schmidt, Contributing Reporter

February 8, 2020

As the Senate debate over the impeachment of President Donald Trump, ten students and faculty members give their thoughts on the controversy. Some community members feel that the impeachment is unnecessary. "I honestly think he does a good job being our president,” an anonymous student states. “The...

Opinion: Yes, Students Get Hungry After 9:00PM

Jodie Huffman, Contributing Reporter

November 20, 2019

Here at Henderson State, we don’t really have a lot of dining options.  There’s the Caddo dining hall, Reddie Grill, Reddie To-go, Chick-fil-A, and Starbucks.  During the weekdays, dining in the Garrison closes at 9 pm, and Reddie To-go at 4 pm. However, on weekends these places close between 3 an...

Why Everyone Should Own a Cat

Jodie Huffman, Opinions Editor-in-Training

November 16, 2019

In this world there are only two types of people: dog people, and cat people. Cat people are usually tolerant of dogs, and might even have dogs themselves, but dog people usually despise cats. It’s just a universal truth. Everyone knows the stereotypes of cats. There are cursed black cats, cats from ...

“Doctor Sleep” Review

“Doctor Sleep” Review

Wade L. Tubbs

November 14, 2019

     Doctor Sleep is based on Stephen King’s 2011 sequel to his seminal horror novel The Shining. It picks up some 30 odd years after the events of the original film and novel, and sees once-little Danny Torrance struggling with addiction that stems from his stay at The Overlook Hotel.     ...

Duty, Honor, Country

Donovan Lee, Sports Editor

November 6, 2019

As Reddies of the past and present made their way back to campus to commemorate yet another Homecoming, the HSU Black Alumni Chapter (BAC) kicked off their weekend festivities with the Black Alumni Banquet. The occasion honored two outstanding African-American alumni who have impacted the lives of...

The Journey of a Film Editor

The Journey of a Film Editor

Pete Tubbs

November 5, 2019

     Larry Jordan has been in the business of film editing for nearly forty years. “I grew up in a film family to tell you the truth,” Larry said. “My grandfather cranked nickelodeons as far back as when he was a kid, then he became a sound engineer. Then my father became a film editor, yo...

You Should Be Afraid of the “Dark Triad”

Philis Wood, Contributing Reporter

November 4, 2019

As we approach Halloween, some of us may find ourselves viewing horror films on Netflix. Nowadays, many popular Halloween movies feature a psychopathic serial killer Friday the Thirteenth, Silence of the Lambs, or American Psycho. When you know you’re safe, it’s fun to scare yourself. But believe...

How Ari Aster Is Changing the Horror Game

Jodie Huffman, Contributing Reporter

November 1, 2019

To many horror fans, nothing is better than the classics; Halloween, Scream, Friday the 13th. These have been put into their own category, camp, full of the same tropes, serial killers, delinquent teens, blood, gore, jump scares, and of course the final girl. Everyone appreciates the originals, but...

Pete’s Streamable Horror Movies

Pete Tubbs

October 31, 2019

    Halloween has finally rolled back around, and for those of us whom are obsessed with spooky season, nothing could make us happier. One of the best perks of the month of October is forcing your friends to watch horrors with you and have absolutely no regret about it.      There are seem...

Battle of the Sandwiches

Battle of the Sandwiches

Kelly Stiles, Features Editor

September 12, 2019

On Aug. 12, Popeye’s released a new chicken sandwich that is trending on Twitter, drawing massive crowds to restaurant locations all over the country, and leaving the fast food chain nearly sold out of every new chicken sandwich. The new Popeye’s chicken sandwich contains a hand-breaded and buttermilk-b...

Acing the Internship

KaBryn Grayson, Contributing Reporter

August 19, 2019

Internships are the sweet spot for college students. They allow you to delve into your field of interest, soak up information and gain knowledge. All while not being too overwhelming as a typical job would be and learning how the workforce operates before fully jumping in. Internships help you bui...