The A-State Red Wolves played a 50-55 point game against the Memphis Tigers on Saturday. In memoriam of the events that took place Sept. 11, 2001, the Sound of the Natural State played “Fanfare for the Common Man,” “Amazing Grace,”… Read More ›
A-State students gathering on the campus to tour the booths set up by local businesses, A-State student clubs and teams, and sororities and fraternities. Many booths offered the students food, shirts, stickers, and information on their organization. The numerous booths… Read More ›
The A-State Student Activities Board held a “Red Wolf Swap” for students to donate and take clothing items on the Heritage Plaza Lawn. Photos by: Rani Faihin | Staff Photographer
Congratulations to members of the Herald staff for their ACMA awards! Awards include: 1st place Newspaper Special Topics: Pandemic Coverage, 2nd place General Excellence: Newspaper of the Year Award, and Honorable Mention Newspaper Editor of the Year.
Flowering trees, buzzing bees and a spring breeze have finally flown to A-State. The campus, grey over the dreary winter months now has a lively vibrance with all the blossoming flowers.
To celebrate Holi, “The Festival of Spring,” students gathered on the Heritage Plaza Lawn to toss colorful powder onto stencil covered canvases. Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the “Festival of Colors”. The festival signifies the… Read More ›