Hendrix’s Mental Health Working Group connects the student body with administrators on campus, like members of the counseling services, Dr. Vetter, the Dean, and Dr. Davis, the psychiatrist who comes to campus every Tuesday. It’s led by sophomore Natalie Burgess. … Continue reading A growing need for counselors
As the construction of the Miller Creative Quad continues, discussion about the housing process, residence traditions, and hall community has become imperative. In the past, students have had the opportunity to “squat” a room that they would like to continue … Continue reading New Dorm, New Rules
Dr. Toni Wall Jaudon Over break, I read Cal Newport’s Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World. While the book has its shortcomings, it offers some smart observations about how to guard one’s focus and attention from our … Continue reading What Do Professors Do Over Break?
Students who reside in any apartment owned by Hendrix College may not be aware that a Public Safety officer will enter their residence, without advance notification, every 31 days for visual inspections of their fire extinguishers. Several Hendrix students have … Continue reading Room Searches, Alcohol Policy Cause for Concern
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