A Harding official announced the University’s plans to close the federal post office on campus this summer and to redistribute postal duties among multiple departments last week.
One Harding music professor has a way of transforming musical moments through small gestures.
Multiple groups from across campus and the Searcy community came together last Wednesday for an emergency fire drill in Kendall Hall to test safety procedures and practice responding to a disaster.
Searcy officials held a press conference today to announce their decision to bring a new attraction to the town at the end of the month.
An academic honor society has prepared to host an interactive event for children outside the local history house Saturday to help kids explore different time periods in history.
The Searcy Swim Center partnered with a national charity to host a fundraiser earlier this month to raise money for cancer research, marking the first time this charity has held an event in Arkansas.
Two U.S. reserve Marines were attending classes at Harding last fall when they got the news that military officials were sending them to another state.
A Harding English class held a public poetry reading Tuesday, Feb. 15, at Kibo Midnight Oil Coffee House to read short stories and poems by Black authors in honor of Black History Month.
Searcy Public Library officials announced Tuesday, Feb. 8, the name of the donor who helped kick start fundraising for renovations at the new location on Beebe Capps Expressway.
Photo by Madison Meyer Harding alumna Abby Smith remembered sitting in the audience of shows at the Arkansas Repertory Theater in Little Rock when she was in college. “And I’ve…
A group of people at Harding began organizing the first Searcy spring break mission trip this fall, with the goal of helping students connect with local residents and organizations.
Written by Sophie Rossitto | Photo: Background photo created by rawpixel.com – www.freepik.com The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Oct. 29 authorized emergency use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19…
During his time off from working with the grounds crew at Harding, Jaxsen Burton has often spent his weekends this fall combining sports and storytelling through an organized wrestling group in Searcy.
Workers were on track last week to finish putting up the artificial skating rink in Spring Park as preparations for Searcy’s annual Christmas lighting program were underway, members of the planning committee said.
The Lady Bisons softball team took on a Division I opponent during an exhibition game Saturday, Oct. 9, in Conway, Arkansas.
Two local high schools held homecoming football games on Friday, Oct. 1, in the midst of a busy couple of weeks for fall sports in Searcy.
Harding Sports Network released the first episode of a new podcast on Monday, Aug. 30, aimed at giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at Harding athletics.