It’s no secret. College is expensive. Whether a student attends a private college or a public university, chances are they’ve taken out a loan or two to cover the cost. As of October 2018, total student loan debt in the … Continue reading The rat race of college pricing
Friday, Jan. 25, marked the end of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history following 35 days of negotiations between Congress and the White House. The partial shutdown ended when President Trump signed a temporary funding bill—one that will run … Continue reading Longest government shutdown ends
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?
When you vote on November 6, you’ll see five issues on the ballot. One issue vies for term limits, another concerns casinos, another deals with voter identification, and the last one pushes for a gradual raise of the minimum wage. … Continue reading What is Issue 1?
The Hendrix student body recently elected a new senate for the 2018-2019 school year, including President Hannah Burdette, Secretary Blythe Bull, and Presidential Assistant Natalie Burgess. “I decided to run for Senate president because I thought I could bring a … Continue reading Hendrix’s New Student Senate