Content from the last 30 days
Following the dollar
A concern among students is where all of their money goes once it disappears from their school accounts.
Faculty Senate still firm on no gun policy
On Friday, the Faculty Senate upheld its previous vote to opt out of Arkansas Act 226, which would have permitted licensed faculty and staff to carry concealed firearms on campus.
Dropping classes could cost
Not all students finish with the same number of classes they started with at the beginning of semester; some make the decision to take a particular class another semester. But if these students withdraw before a certain time, it could be a costly decision—for both the student and the university.
The Herald took home 52 awards Friday at the Arkansas College Media Association Conference held at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia.
Orthorexia on the rise
With all the fad diets and get-thin-quick schemes on the market today, nearly everyone has been faced with the pressure to modify their lifestyle or eating habits in some way. When someone mentions an eating disorder, anorexia is typically one of the firsts that come to mind; however, a new trend, termed orthorexia, has emerged and gained prevalence since the early 90s.
Debate team conquers year
The ASU Debate Team brought home the International Public Debate Association national championship over Spring Break to conclude a stellar performance year of back to back Top Speaker awards, multiple championship trophies and international acclaim.
Photo: Stroll off
In honor of Alpha Week, the Alpha Phi Alphas held their annual Ape Off on Wednesday night, inviting groups of women to imitate their stroll for a chance to claim victory, with five groups of women participating. The fraternity will also hold a lunch buddy program, awareness seminar and game night throughout the rest of the week.
Jobs scarce among grads
Graduation is just around the corner and many students are ready to put on their cap and gowns, walk across a stage, shake hands with an administrator and receive their diploma while family and friends watch. For others it’s about tossing their books aside and reclaiming their life from classes, studying, test-taking and essays.
Photo: Beer goggles
Hayden Blankenship, a freshman civil engineering major of Heber Springs, attempts to make his way through an obstacle course while wearing special goggles that make it feel like he has a blood alcohol level of .1. The event was set up by Students Against Drunk Driving as a part of their Change the World project.
Quidditch team flies into tournament
The ASU Quidditch team will put their magical skills to the test this weekend at the Hog Head’s Invitational, its first tournament of the year.
Campus Crime for April 25
On April 16 at approximately 3 a.m., Officer Daniel Bradway was outside of his vehicle at Collegiate Park, in front of the commons building, when he saw a red BMW Mini Cooper accelerate in reverse at a high-speed rate and slide his tires across the pavement and onto the curb, according to the police report.