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About Us

Founded in 1971 and first broadcasting in 1973, KHDX-FM 93.1 is Hendrix College’s student-run radio station. We are entirely supported by student activity fees allocated by the Hendrix College Student Senate. Our mission is to provide unique programming to campus, the city of Conway, and the globe through the FM airwaves, digital streaming, and our website. We accomplish this goal by allowing students to create and broadcast content with which they are deeply connected. Our passions manifest in the form of recorded and live music, spoken word, news, sports, and educational programming. The result is a station that represents the dynamic diversity of our student body. KHDX is also a tool for learning the ropes of radio broadcasting and event production. In DJ and executive staff positions, students get a chance to engage in developing content, organizing events, and managing/participating in a volunteer-based organization that impacts the student experience on Hendrix campus.

KHDX functions as a division of the Media Committee (alongside Hendrix College’s student newspaper The Profile, literary magazine The Aonian, and yearbook The Troubadour) and is a proud founding member of the Arkansas College Radio Association.

Our Staff

Jacob Turner

Station Manager

Hey there! I’m Jacob, and I serve as the Station Manager for KHDX. I’m a senior at Hendrix (class of 2019), majoring in Religious Studies and minoring in Computer Science. This’ll be my third (and final) year at KHDX, both on staff and as a DJ. I’m very much into alternative rock and 70s/80s classic rock, so you can find me listening to (and possibly playing on my shows) everything from Young the Giant, Saint Motel, Vampire Weekend and Grouplove; to Supertramp, The Beatles, A Flock of Seagulls and Queen; and a lot of what’s in between.

Morgan Akers 

Program Director

Hi!  I’m Morgan!  I’m a sophomore and English major with a minor in Classics.  I love reading, crafting, knitting, plants, dogs, puns, and tattoos.  Freshman year, my two closest friends and I decided to start a radio show; you can tune into the show,  Talking Too Much, Monday nights at 10!  As far as my music taste goes, I like a little from a lot.  Some artists whom I always love include Lorde, the Lumineers, George Ezra, Death Cab for Cutie, and Modest Mouse.  However, I can jam to just about anything!  

Zach Gray

Co-Concert Director

Hey y’all! My name is Zach and I am a junior Psychology major and Neuroscience minor from Austin, Texas. This is my second year on the KHDX staff, but my first year as one of the two Concert Directors. I hope to bring a great act to Hendrix this year, for both our main concert and Hattrick Music Festival! I downloaded an app to analyze my Spotify just for writing this bio, and it literally told me “You are all over the place musically.” My top two artists on there are Arctic Monkeys and ChocQuibTown (a Colombian rap group). Take that how you like!

Baker Wells

Co-Concert Director

I’m a senior history major from Little Rock. I want to be a teacher/professor if possible. I’ve been singing in choirs since I was 5 and have been around music my whole life. My favorite band is Nirvana and the best live show I’ve ever seen was Weezer.

Rhodes Daigle

Music Director

My name is Rhodes Daigle, and I grew up in Louisiana, so expect to hear some jazz on the waves. I’m a Junior Environmental Studies major who fell in love with KHDX after having my first show freshman year. You can listen to me and my roommate on our show LaunchPad McQuack, or my personal show this year. I look forward to representing KDHX in any way I can!

Zoe Kobriger

Promotions Director

My name is Zoe Kobriger. I am Promotions Director! I am a sophomore, undecided major but I think i’ll end up majoring in business/accounting. I’m from Oklahoma. I’m the oldest of two sisters. My favorite animal is dogs (pugs, pit bulls, and bull terriers). I collect coffee mugs and plants. I am also the host of Jennings to joy. I love all music but my favorite is old country!

Chad Hornsby

Chief Engineer

My name is Chad Hornsby, I’m a junior religious studies major. I listen to a little bit of everything from Hair Bands (Thanks Dad), to Sinatra, to Post Malone. With Station Manager Jacob Turner, I cohost It’s 8AM in Anchorage, a morning show on Thursday mornings where we play some music and spoof popular morning show tropes.