Content from the last 30 days
Student follows childhood dreams
For Roe, an English major of Jonesboro, being a freshman at A-State wasn’t what she imagined as she struggled to find her identity and new creativity, but the chance to make dreams come true pulled her out of a rut.
Ghostly encounters with Jody Mangrum
Jody Mangrum, a Sodexo worker at Arkansas State University, has only been working for a month and has already come across a spooky incident in the Acansa Cafeteria in the Reng Student Union.
Much more than a bug guy
Many may think superheroes wear capes, tights, a mask and fight ridiculously dressed villains. But the students of A-State may be surprised to know there is an actual superhero on campus, and he wears a Red Wolf baseball cap.
The new console war
Two new consoles have been fighting to get to the top of this year's Christmas list, but which one is actually going to make it?
Fowler Feature: Ashley Willis
Ashley Willis, a senior graphic design major of Cape Girardeau, Mo., has always had a passion for the arts. Since high school she took every art class offered, and always knew in the back of her mind that she wanted to pursue a career in the arts.
Changing of Seasons
Rejoice television watchers, it’s the fall season and with it comes something great. The fall lineup has begun as of September and, so far, it’s been an explosion of new and old shows unleashing a tidal wave of new episodes.
Movie magic 'within' local talent
While mainstream movies get most of the limelight, local indie films are still on my list of movies to check out.
Hot flicks for the cold months
Fall break is just around the corner and as you take a break from class and studying there are several new movies coming to a theater near you.
Colt Ford needs singing lessons
Country singer Colt Ford recently released his album, “Ride Through the Country Revisited,” which is a sequel of sorts to his 2008 album “Ride Through the Country.” He should have never revisited.
How to survive an 'American Blackout'
“No phones. No lights. No running water. What would you do if the whole country went dark and you didn’t know if or when the power would be coming back?”
Most everyone is familiar with the dangers of a movie adaption of a book.