Haven Hughes, a senior from Little Rock, was first runner-up; Teddi-Anne Hulke, a senior from Cabot, was second runner-up. Hulke also won the People’s Choice Award. Blaise Batson of Arkadelphia was crowned Miss HSU Outstanding Teen 2022.
Boswell joins an esteemed group of historians who have shown a special aptitude for historical investigation through distinguished published works or other exemplary scholarly activity.
Five performances will be presented beginning Feb. 24 in the Arkansas Hall Studio Theatre
Wilson majored in theatre arts & communication, and co-owns an award-winning restaurant and food truck in Cabot with her husband Justin.
The program on Feb. 5 features student soloists who were selected as winners of a competition held in November.
The Wendell O. Evanson Band Scholarship was made possible by a $25,000 gift from Dr. Lydia Evanson. The first scholarship will be awarded in fall 2022.
For more information or an application, visit the EOC website at hsu.edu/eoc, or contact Patsy McWhorter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 870-230-5602.
A student must achieve a 4.0 grade point average to make the Dean's List, and a 3.5 GPA for the Honor Roll.
The event will be held in the Garrison Center Ballroom beginning at 9 a.m. Graduates have been assigned specific times to arrive at intervals throughout the day.
Lt. Col. Aubrey "Bruce" Stacy, a Henderson Distinguished Alumnus, remains involved with his alma mater and his community.
Five performances are scheduled beginning Nov. 18 in the Arkansas Hall Studio Theatre.
The public is invited to the free performance, entitled Winter Dances. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
Outside of Hope' is a compilation of stories from Parris's time traveling all over the world as a missionary, his years playing football, including playing for Coach Clyde Berry, and many other stories.
Arkansas State University System President Dr. Charles L. Welch announced the selection of Dr. Charles Ambrose, a nationally known visionary and innovator in higher education, as the next chancellor of Henderson State University.
Dr. MaryJane Dunn-Whitener says that time spent at Henderson should allow students to look towards their future and focus on their goals. She encourages students to think of that time as a pilgrimage because it is an opportunity for personal growth and transformation.