The Harding men’s and women’s track and field teams began their 2021-22 competition schedule in Pittsburg, Kansas, on Dec. 4 and 5. The teams traveled to compete in two events hosted by Pittsburg State University at the Robert W. Plaster Center.
Hayley Kate Webb
Written by Hayley Kate Webb The race for the 2021 Arkansas high school football state championship trophy began on Friday, Nov. 12. Three White County schools competed in the first…
Greg Hatcher and other donors were present for the dedication of the Hatcher Indoor Soccer Center on Nov. 9.
Harding University is located within driving distance of two Southeastern Conference (SEC) universities: the University of Arkansas and the University of Mississippi. Both Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Oxford, Mississippi, are located within 200 miles of Searcy, Arkansas. This semester, several Harding students have taken advantage of the close proximity of these universities, traveling with friends and family for a weekend road trip.
Former Harding University student-athlete and coach Molly Howard-Gerwig died on Oct. 16, following a short battle with colon cancer. Howard-Gerwig was 27.
Homecoming week festivities kicked off on Monday, Oct. 18, with the return of Midnight Madness to the Rhodes-Reaves Field House. Doors opened at 10:30 p.m., and the events and activities continued until 12:15 a.m.
Written by Hayley Kate Webb Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 5, Nooma, a local heated yoga and fitness studio, hosted a special week of unique exercise classes tailored towards Harding University men’s…
Several members of the Harding University football team recently invested in an alternative form of transportation: travel via moped.
The White County Fair returned on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021. This year’s events kicked off with an opening fair parade Saturday in Downtown Searcy.