Sports can be beneficial to students in a variety of ways

William Tzavaras, Sports Editor

According to national studies, kids who play sports show less hostility to their peers and have higher rates of graduation from high school.   Sports have a positive...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

Wrestling captain perseveres despite injury

February 1, 2016

One of the most competitive sports at Harding is wrestling. Dylan Vang, junior, is actually the captain of the wrestling team. Now with wrest...  Read More »

Harding girls’ swim team making improvement

January 27, 2016

Jessica Allen, the head coach of Harding’s girl’s swimming team, said, ”The swimming team we have is amazing, talented, beautiful, kin...  Read More »

Harding has an arena?!

November 6, 2015

One of the biggest mysteries here at Harding is the Harding Arena. Some students don't even know it exists, and most don't...  Read More »

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‘While The Lights Are Out’ preview

Gao Xiong, Reporter

While The Lights Are Out is a play that follows a murder, a mystery and comedy that involves several characters trying figure out who murdered the victim. Tim Coleman, who...  Read More »

November 11, 2015

Procrastinaters unite… Tomorrow

November 11, 2015

You've got a test coming up. You are willing to study so that you will have a great grade on it. You grab your pencil, and whip out your notebook. And the...  Read More »

Safe reputation under fire after gun found in school

November 4, 2015

A teacher discovered a handgun in a student's backpack Oct. 21 during a search for marijuana.     Harding...  Read More »

Self-harm is not a joke

October 26, 2015

From cutting, burning, scratching and skin-picking to self-battery, overdosing, self-poisoning and inserting small objects...  Read More »

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