Forging the Future of Henderson State University

Story by Kabryn Grayson,, Student Reporter

November 26, 2018

Filed under News, The Delph

A year was added to the Dr. Glendell Jones’ contract, according to a meeting held by the Board of Trustees, who are responsible for the educational mission, administrative, and fiscal policies of Henderson State University....

Votes n’ Hoes

Story by Kabryn Grayson, Keylee Harrell, and Cle’Varus Oney,, Student Reporters

November 26, 2018

Filed under News, The Delph

Tuesday, Nov. 6, the state level midterm elections were held. During the fuss of Election Day, our reporters asked bystanders their thoughts. In our last issue, candidates were up for three positions: Governor of Arkansas, Lieutenant Governor,...

TriCkS oF tHe TrAdE

Story by Philis Wood,, Student Reporter

November 26, 2018

Filed under News, The Delph

In January 2018, President Trump began imposing tariffs on a variety of goods from many countries, including a 25% tariff on steel and a 10% tariff on aluminum. In June, the tariffs on steel and aluminum were also applied to imports...

The Gurdon Light: student’s account of a local haunt

Story by Jade Wolfe, Assistant Editor

November 12, 2018

Filed under News, The Delph

Growing up I had always heard about the Gurdon Light and the story behind it. Legend says a man was decapitated while building the track, and was cursed to walk the railroad every night with a lantern looking for his head. Un...

Your Voice, Your Vote

Kabryn Grayson, Student Reporter

September 24, 2018

Filed under News, Speak Up, The Delph

It has been said time and time again, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” 2018 has been the year of not only political warfare, but political involvement as well. Teens have been doing their part to impact gun control...

Glowing back to school

Glowing back to school

September 24, 2018

Amity Road and 67 Grill

Story by Zac Walthall, Student Reporter

April 17, 2018

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, News, The Delph

In a small area like Arkadelphia, despite being a two-college town, there is almost nothing to do during the week. Most places close somewhere around nine or ten o’clock, largely defeating any sort of nightlife before it eve...

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