Hendrix Student Senate elections took place on February 12, and by that evening, the student body received the last email from 2018-2019 Senate President Hannah Burdette. “On behalf of myself and the Executive Committee, I’d like to say we all feel it has been an honor serving in our positions. I wish all the best to the incoming Senate and urge our campus community to continue approaching important issues with spirits of integrity, humility, compassion, and adaptability.” With 55.7 percent of the vote, Max Parker was elected President along with his Cabinet Secretary, Jack Sparkman, and President’s Assistant, Sara Hoopchuk. … Continue reading New Student Senate take their seats
Professor David C. Kang of the University of Southern California’s Korean Studies Institute spoke to Hendrix students and faculty in the Mills Center on January 29. Kang was asked to speak as part of the W. C. Buthman Endowed Visiting … Continue reading North Korea isn’t a problem to be solved
An interview by Staff Writer Trey Dyer with ABC News Senior Executive Producer Mark Robertson. Questions and answers have been lightly edited for clarity and content. On October 25, Hendrix College awarded the Odyssey Medal to three Hendrix alumni at the Clinton Presidential Center … Continue reading Mark Robertson: From Martin Hall to ABC News
The semester is coming to a close and the holidays are upon us. That means great food and a lot of it. For vegans, this means it’s time to get creative, so we’ve combed through various sites and catalogs to … Continue reading Your vegan holidays await
After the midterm elections on Nov. 6, the Democrats succeeded in flipping 32 House seats across the country, giving them a majority of 233 seats, while Republicans bolstered their control of the Senate, gaining two seats. This shift of power, … Continue reading Blue wave or red wall?