Neil Simon's Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning play, set in 1942 Yonkers, New York, centers around two young brothers who live with their grandmother and their mentally challenged aunt while their recently widowed father travels, working to pay off a debt.
Undergraduates account for 2,983 of the total enrollment for fall 2019, with 611 graduate students. The most popular declared freshman majors are biology, health science, business administration, aviation and elementary education.
Henderson's aviation program has seen tremendous growth in recent years, and the new simulator will help meet the increased training demands.
The Reynolds Planetarium at Henderson State University offers a one-of-a-kind teaching and learning experience. It is open to the public for shows, star-gazing events, field trips, and private functions. It is located inside the Reynolds Science Center and run by the Department of Engineering and Physics.