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The science goes marching in

April 24, 2017

There has been something on my mind for a little while, and I have been compelled to right about it due to the Bill Nye march for science protests.The real problem with the debate is that most people are simply too bad at the v...

The Pulse poppin on the quad

Story by Victoria Garibay, Student Reporter / Photos by Emily Bell, Editor in Chief

April 10, 2017

A stack of silver pie pans glisten in the sun with three bottles of whip cream beside them. They sit on a table next to a roll of tickets and a safety deposit box. Music blares from the speakers as two women in sunglasses sit...

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Opinion by Dax Guilliams, Opinion Editor Graphic by Natasha Cribbs, Graphic Designer

February 6, 2017

Open Mic Night

Story by Elizabeth Lau, Student Reporter

February 6, 2017

     Henderson fraternity takes a twist on the typical Tuesday night. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia hosted Open Mic Night Tuesday, Jan. 31. The event was held in the Banquet room of the Garrison Center at Henderson State University....

Monsters and Poems

Article and Images by Dr. Val Gudrian

February 1, 2017

The language classes of French 1, French 3, German and Spanish 1, lit & translation have participated in an exposition project to draw monsters and write little poems in a foreign language, then translate them to english. ...

Non-Violent Drones

Story by Leighton Hall, Student Reporter

December 4, 2016

An innovative media class is learning how to use drones to create a new type of media, starting with filming a commercial for the university.This semester, students from the innovative media department sat down to learn about a new technology...

M************ Mumps

Story by Francisco Ochoa, Student Reporter

December 4, 2016

The Outbreak of mumps in northwestern Arkansas has now spread to the Southwestern part of the state making the number of suspected mumps cases growing. Meg Mirivel is the public information officer at the Arkansas Department ...

Reach a Reader

Story by Dennis Blackerby, Student Reporter

December 4, 2016

Henderson State freshman creates Reach a Reader program to encourage, uplift, and reach out to local children.Olivia Moore, a Clark County Native and Henderson State student, has created her own nonprofit organization called Rea...

Vice president addresses dorm terrors in time for Halloween

Story by Ashley Smith, News Editor

October 31, 2016

There are no roaches in Newberry, at least according to the amount of requests that ResLife has received this semester. Yes, you read that right: nobody has reported roaches living in Newberry this semester. That doesn’t mean ...

DEN’S ON FIRE

Opinion by Dax Guilliams, Opinion Editor

October 17, 2016

Arkadelphia is in desperate need of interesting places for people to hang out at. Thankfully, a new place has recently opened that satisfies that need. Last weekend, The Nutrition Den opened up and I went there to try a few things...

Student Pop-up Exhibition

Event summaries and photos by Emily R. Bell, Editor in Chief

October 17, 2016

Kasten Searles, assistant professor of graphic art and media design, hosted the gallery Conflict: a Pop-Up Exhibition. Searles serves as the teacher for this year’s art seminar class, who created the pieces for the gallery. ...