Less than two weeks after a thirty-five day government shutdown, President Donald Trump boldly announced to the 116thCongress, “the State of Our Union is strong.” The United States Constitutions says that the president will “from time to time” address Congress … Continue reading 2019 State of the Union Recapped
Following two student suicides in 2016, Yale University is facing a lawsuit for forcing another student to take mandatory medical leave. The woman, represented by the initials “Z.P.” in documents, was removed from campus after she reached out for counseling. Z.P filed the lawsuit in early November because the school did not offer accommodations to her when it became known that she had depression. Furthermore, Z.P. claims that she was involuntarily treated at the Yale-New Haven Hospital and that the hospital staff gave Yale officials her medical information illegally. According to Yale Daily News (YDN), the student sought assistance after … Continue reading Yale faces lawsuit after placing student on involuntary leave
Just in time for Halloween, Red Curtain Theatre presented The Rocky Horror Show, starring several Hendrix students among other actors from the community. The production became a cult classic after the film version was released in 1975, starring Tim Curry … Continue reading The Review You’ve Antici… pated
Recently, many musicians and actors have taken to Twitter or campaigning to voice their opinions on politics. Entire lists of artists have formally demanded that President Donald Trump stop using their music during his events. A day after the shooting … Continue reading Should Celebrities and Politics Mix?
The ballot in November will include the race for Arkansas Attorney General, the state’s chief legal advisor and law enforcement officer. Responsibilities include representing and advising Arkansas in legal matters, prosecuting fraud and corruption, and protecting consumers. The position also … Continue reading Meet the Candidates For Arkansas Attorney General