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COVID-19 drastically impacts the lives of Nia Nelson and her loved ones.

Ignorance is bliss: A COVID tale

Nia Nelson, Contributing Reporter
March 12, 2021
Alumni Darby Waller shares how the adversity of her childhood shaped her, and how she found joy in the midst of it.

The road to joy

Darby Waller, Yearbook Contributing Editor
January 22, 2021
This portrait is senior art education major Jade Ross' favorite among her senior show collection, depicting her late grandma Emma.

Jade Ross creates “Creating Me”

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
November 17, 2020
Bailey Dougan becomes a

Bailey Dougan becomes a “Tiny Tourist”

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
November 16, 2020
The HSU Showband of Arkansas performs in concert after a semester without sports performances.

Showband students sound superb

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
November 12, 2020
With election day come and gone, the nation anxiously waits to learn who the next President is.

Suspense like none other

Teuana Smith, Sports Reporter
November 5, 2020
Program manager of HSU's radio station Ethan Schmidt receives two awards for Best DJ Personality in college radio.

Radio DJ “Big Dog Ethan” digs up two awards

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
November 4, 2020
The sorority Zeta Phi Beta displays a rolling board of information to enlighten students and faculty of breast cancer statistics and risk factors.

Zeta Phi Beta combats breast cancer

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
October 22, 2020
Renowned author Cristina Henriquez  answers questions regarding the eye-opening

The “Unknown” becomes known

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
October 14, 2020
Middle education major Abigail Brown finds community in her Esports teammates.

Esports: A team like none other

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
October 8, 2020
Sophomore accounting major Erica Jaggernauth holds a puppy as freshamn nursing major Tori Johnson gently pets him.

Puppy playtime with pre-vets

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
October 7, 2020
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87.

The notorious RBG

KaBryn Grayson, Managing Editor
October 5, 2020
Freshman nursing student Charlie Handly donates blood for the first time.

Accommodations for blood donations

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
October 5, 2020
Faculty, students, and Arkadelphia community members express their opinion about whether the United States should use the metric system.

Should the US go metric?

Haven Hughes, Contributing Reporter
October 5, 2020
Students, faculty, and community members gathered to display solidarity for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Black Lives Matter: HSU unites

Kelly Stiles, Editor In Chief, The Oracle
October 4, 2020
Oh the humanity

Oh the humanity

April 17, 2018
Freshman Elementary Education major Mirela Tornatore made her way around the slippery bases to third base. The girls of Alpha Xi Delta worked their hardest to pull out a win but to no avail. Their smiles and bonding throughout the game were all worth it.

Greekin’ out

Story by Shelby Dixon, Student Reporter
April 17, 2018
Is corporal punishment a good idea?

A paddle for your crimes

Story by Easton Cowart, Student Reporter
April 10, 2018
Just some of the awards that Star, Oracle, and HTV took home last week at the ACMA competition.

Media outlets claim turf

Story by Ayanna Williams, Student Reporter
April 10, 2018
Pictured is Thea Minor, member of the HSU Women’s tennis team.

Little green balls

Story by Alisha Davis, Student Reporter
April 3, 2018
“Assasin’s Creed Origins” scored 4.9 / 5 on Jerry’s scale.

Origins: A new classic

Opinion by Jerry Crowe, Student Reporter
April 3, 2018
An example of an application for graduaction and a graduation application
checklist.

You want a graduation?

Story by Greta Goslee, Student Reporter
April 3, 2018
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