Student shares his ideas on 2005 Reddie football season


November 14, 2005

Henderson State University football team finished the season 3-8 in 2005. You really need to hand it to this year's group of seniors. Jay Boyd, Arthur Burnett, Drew Hill, Alan Lambert, Chase Myers and Clint Slaten; you guys have been involved with the HSU football program the longest. I have not gotten ...

Ladies finish 1-2 in exhibtion


November 14, 2005

SPORTS INFORMATION-The Henderson State women's basketball team traveled to Tuscaloosa, Ala. Friday to face the Alabama Crimson Tide in their final exhibition game of the season, ultimately losing 76-57. The Lady Reddies forced the Crimson Tide to commit 29 turnovers, but were unable to find the offen...

Reddies win first Homecoming in 10 years

Wendell Turner

October 31, 2005

When you have been pushed down to the farthest extent, the only place to go is up. The Henderson Reddies finally came up on the winning side as they put behind a losing season and 10 years of bad luck to win their first homecoming game since 1995. A crowd of 4,674 along with a regional television audie...

Wellness Wendesday helps monitor health

Bethany Hodges

October 31, 2005

Every Wednesday, Kerry Stark, RNC and Tami Arnold, RN are available to tell students all they care to know about their health. "Last year we focused more in informing students about things such as sexually transmitted diseases and predatory drugs," said Stark. However, information does not change people, a...

Overtime with Zavier Lewis

Zavier Lewis: Asst. Sports Editor

October 31, 2005

If you haven't been keeping up with the ladies, this has been a season of highs and lows. More lows then highs, but there has been some good times. The season started with so much potential, with the team having depth at every position and a variety of beauty. A team that seemed as if they were ready...

UNA dominates Reddies

TroyA Mitchell, Sports Information

October 17, 2005

North Alabama celebrated its Homecoming in style with a 38-10 beating of Henderson State at Braly Municipal Stadium in Florence, Ala. Henderson State, 2-6 on the year and 1-5 in the Gulf South Conference got a field goal on its first possession but couldn't hold the early lead. After a short punt by UNA'...

Over-time with Zavier Lewis

ZavierA Lewis

October 17, 2005

Hyphema is a term used to describe bleeding in the anterior chamber (the space between the cornea and the iris) of the eye.  It occurs when blood vessels in the iris bleed and leak into the clear aqueous fluid.  Hyphema is usually characterized by pooling of blood in the anterior chamber that may be ...

HSU to offer new degree

Wendell Turner

October 10, 2005

ARKADELPHIA (HSU PR)-Henderson State University instituted a new degree program in athletic training education this fall.  This comprehensive program is designed to prepare students for certification according to the standards implemented by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Educatio...

Lady Reddies suffer six losses in tough week of volleyball

Allan Ford, Sports Editor

October 10, 2005

A tough week for the ladies has left them with two big losses on Thursday night followed by three more on Saturday. The Henderson State team (8-17) dropped all three games to a fired up Ouachita team this past Thursday at the Wells Center in Arkadelphia, Ark. The biggest loss however, came the day before wh...

BSA, others promote understanding.

Brandon Tabor, Staff Writer

February 8, 2005

The month of February means different things to different people. To some, it"s the Valentine"s"month; to others, it"s the month of George Washington"s and Abraham Lincoln"s birthdays. But to many African Americans, February is a very meaningful month. Why? Because, it"s Black History Month -- time to cel...

Alphabet soup of black organizations

James Leigh, Staff Writer

February 8, 2005

It"s February, and once again, Black History Month is upon us. Many of you have probably seen signs all over campus showing what events are being held. At Henderson, there are several organizations helping to educate the general population about black history. These organizations are Omega Psi Phi, K...

Celebrating Black History

Jim Miller, Staff Writer

February 8, 2005

It"s 1963 and A. Philip Randolph is leading more than 250,000 people in a march on Washington. It is this day in Washington when Martin Luther King Jr. delivers perhaps his most monumental speech ever, the "I Have a Dream" speech. While looking back on black history, many people think of the founders of t...