All in one day

On Nov. 9, 2017, we tasked five photographers with the mission of documenting moments showing everyday life at the main campus.

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Arkansas' brush with The Beatles

Dan Newsom (’74) has been a Beatles fan since he was 11 years old.

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Class notes

From weddings, births and job changes to professional milestones and awards, explore all alumni news.

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24 HoUrs

FIVE PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE IMAGES OF ONE DAY IN THE LIFE | The day that was Nov. 9, 2017, looked similar to many others on campus. With a high of 63 and a low of 38, even the temperature was close to normal on this sunny fall day. As the sun rose at 6:36 a.m., the campus slowly came to life. Later as the day grew dim, activity peaked until fading away for a night’s rest. But in every day, there are moments that set the 24 hours apart. All of the collective activity can be broken down into a comm ...


HU View — Winter 2018

#fallatharding | Top images from our fall photo contest Top row: First Place: Alexandra Regida, Second Place: Claire Fergeson, Third Place: Ka’Neal Brown. Middle row: Ka’Neal ...

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NSF grant awarded

Dr. James Huff, assistant professor of engineering and director of engineering assessment, and Dr. Jeremiah Sullins, associate professor of behavioral sciences, collaborated o ...

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Newsmakers: Winter 2018

Athletics Men’s head basketball coach Jeff Morgan will be Harding’s new athletic director. He is taking on the role held by Greg Harnden, who is retiring after 21 years as ath ...

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My View: Being different

In the New Testament, Jesus ministered to and taught people from all walks of life — from the religious elite to the “least of these.” His tactics were loving but direct, hone ...

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Life on the road

Growing up in an Air Force family, home for Chelsea Roberson Tuttle (’07) meant moving around. After graduating from the University, Tuttle adopted the same method, this time with a home that literally moved around. Since her first camper van, Tuttle ...

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Pro-bono fide

From his time as a student at Harding, Russell Brown (’99) knew he wanted to work in public service. He landed an internship with then Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee his senior year that led him to an early career in government. “I liked interacting wit ...

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From the editor

Editorial Staff

Editor/Designer Tom Buterbaugh, ’78

Copy Editor/Writer Jennifer Hannigan, ’08

Writers Dillon Holsonback, ’17; Jonathan Murphy;
Hannah Owens, ’11

Sports Writer Scott Goode, ’97

Photographer Jeff Montgomery, ’91

President Bruce D. McLarty, ’78

Vice President for University Communications and Enrollment Jana Rucker

Contributors Winnie Bell, ’49; Joanna Crisco, ’97; Shelby Dias, ’15; Dan Newsom, ’74

Final Frame


“Living fearlessly is not living without fear, it’s living beyond fear,” says Jerry Mitchell, investigative reporter for the The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi, while presenting at the University’s first TEDxHardingU forum Nov. 14, 2017. His topic, “The Gift of Living Fearlessly,” was one of seven around the theme of “Vision for the Vulnerable.”

Vintage Harding


50 years ago | Freshman bowler Charles Burt proved he had talent to spare as highest scoring Bison all year, winning the national singles title at the NAIA tournament in Kansas City, Missouri, where the team placed fourth. He averaged 195 to take top honors.