In the Fall of 2018 and in anticipation of the Higher Learning Commission’s reaccreditation, Hendrix called in a consulting firm to address the college’s financial stress and dropping enrollment numbers. After reviewing the institution’s performance and current status, the firm … Continue reading The Hendrix way forward
What’s the best part of living in the Village? “That’s a hard question,” responded Rader Francis, sophomore resident in Market Square South. As a recipient of the Hendrix Aspire Scholarship, Francis was able to secure his single dorm in one of the Living and Learning Communities (LLC) along with thirteen of his fellow Aspire scholars. Francis emphasized the community aspect of the LLC: “It’s really nice just being able to walk out of my room and have people to hang out with or talk to” Cameron Thomas, one of Francis’s neighbors, also noted, “Here, you just know everyone.” Fourteen students … Continue reading Aspire Student Scholars
“I tell students to assume that they know someone who is undocumented,” said Dr. Anne J. Goldberg, professor of anthropology. She added, “It’s probably not who you expect.” It can be easy to assume that decisions made in Washington D.C. … Continue reading How will changes to DACA affect Hendrix Students?
Last Friday, a Martin party took a dark turn when a rare radioactive bacteria was discovered in one of the first floor bathrooms. A student, sophomore Tanner Cooper, noticed the bacteria while he was lying on the tile, trying to … Continue reading Rare Strain of Radioactive Bacteria Discovered in Martin Bathroom
Students at Hendrix have long been accustomed to train horns blaring at 2 o’clock in the morning, the rattling music in Martin, and even the occasional emergency vehicle siren flying past on Harkrider. However, the monotonous sound of construction has joined … Continue reading Progress Continues on Welcome Center