Opinion

Hallo-YOU-ween?

By: Jae-Kur Lockhart, Opinions Editor

November 12, 2018

Halloween originated as a western Christian celebration and feast referred to once as All Hallows’ Eve. It was established to celebrate and remember the saints, martyrs, and the rest of the departed. At some point in time, other cultures such as Celtic-speaking countries adopted All Hallows’ Eve...

Scary Smith Berry Bash

Scary Smith Berry Bash

Keylee Harrell, Student Reporter

November 3, 2018

On Halloween night, there was a haunted house on the Newberry 8th floor. I was very excited to see it because I know no one lives on the 8th floor so I knew it would be pretty scary. They used a lot of movie references including some from IT. The haunted house was throughout the entire floor so it was...

Querale Hall

October 28, 2018

This past week HSU had a volley ball game against our rivals OBU and that game was the best so far in my opinion. The atmosphere was crazy from both sides and you could feel the tension from the floor and I loved. especially as a athlete I loved to see the competitive side of people and both teams left...

Keylee Harrell – family science night

Keylee Harrell – family science night

Keylee Harrell, Student reporter

October 24, 2018

For this week I went to family science night in the Reynolds science center. I didn't really know what it was so I didn't know what to expect but when I walked in I saw lots of families and lots of kids. They had lots of activities for people to do in various classrooms throughout Reynolds. I went into...

Homecoming Presentation

KaBryn Grayson, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018

I covered the Homecoming Presentation that happened on Thursday evening in Arkansas Hall.I planned to arrive early and get quotes before the presentation started. However,I arrived late and they were already walking in. I changed my plans to getting quotes afterwards. It was a little difficult as they...

Querale hall story 3

October 21, 2018

This was my first time watching a volleyball game on a live stream and it was very different from actually being there. It was boring honestly but it was still a really good game. I could only imagine  the atmosphere was in the gym.  Each game I do get more familiar with the sport and more comfortable...

Fall Choir Concert Hindsight

Fall Choir Concert Hindsight

Cle'Varus Oney, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018

I’m glad that I got assigned to do a story over the choir concert because it was fun to watch. A lot of surprising things happened during the performance, even having a whistling soloist. It was also good to see where the choir’s ended up after talking to the new director and a few freshmen earlier...

Kavanaugh vs. Ford: Is he falsely accused? A subjective look at the trial that everyone is talking about.

Bunky Rainesr, Contributing Reporte

October 15, 2018

Spit, sweat and tears flew from the faces of senators as the Christine Blasey Ford hearing was held on Thursday, September 17 in Washington D.C. Here’s a look at how this carnivalesque battle of the right and left is affecting Henderson students. I heard from a Henderson professor who said his class...

The Rise and Fall of Bill Cosby: Update in regards to the court case of William Henry Cosby Jr

Jae-Kur Lockhart, Opinions Writer/ Editor

October 15, 2018

William Henry Cosby Jr., more commonly known as Bill Cosby, has been under fire in regards to alleged sexual assault and misuse of debilitating drugs on unsuspecting women. As of Sept. 25, “America’s Dad” was sentenced three to ten years in a state prison for sexual assault. “How you can go...

Keylee Harrell – Justin Peter story

Keylee Harrell – Justin Peter story

Keylee Harrell, Student reporter

October 11, 2018

On Tuesday night there was a Justin Peter concert in the Arkansas hall stage. It was raining hard that night so not a lot of people showed up and there were only about 10 people there. It wasn't very eventful but I tried to make the story as interesting as I could. The concert was very good and I enjoyed...

Wind Ensemble Hindsight

Wind Ensemble Hindsight

Cle'Varus Oney, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018

The wind ensemble concert was one that didn’t exactly fall into my interests. I didn’t completely know how to report it. I’d rushed from Little Rock back to Arkadelphia just in time to catch the concert. Once I was in, I didn’t have my camera on me, so I couldn’t take the best of photos. Honestly,...

Many stars are born in “A Star is Born”

Many stars are born in “A Star is Born”

Pete Tubbs

October 8, 2018

     Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, the fourth adaptation of the classic film “A Star is Born,” was released nationwide last week, and it pretty much blew everyone’s minds. Well, I know it blew mine.      It’s almost impossible to grasp that an actor, who started his career in thin...