Now Playing: KHDX Shufflizer | Up Next: The Gridiron (Tuesday at 8am)

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

Morgan Akers

Station Manager

Hi everybody! I’m Morgan Akers and I am the station manager for KHDX this year. I am a junior English Literature and Classics double major. I love dogs, plants, tattoos, the zodiac, crafting, and reading. My music taste can be described as whatever comes on my Pandora stations (I know, unpopular opinion). However, I would say my favorites include Modest Mouse, Lorde, Vampire Weekend, and George Ezra. I also hold a soft spot in my heart for classic country and can sing along to just about every song played on The Wolf. I originally got involved with KHDX freshman year with three of my best friends; sadly it’s just me Cassidy Favorite now. Tune in to our show Talking Too Much Thursday’s at 10:00 pm. I’m also starting a solo project this year that delves into short fiction and forms of storytelling as a whole, so also tune in to Gather Round at 7:00 pm on Wednesdays! And hey, thanks for listening.

Zoe Korbiger

Program Director

Zoe Kobriger 
Accounting major 
Junior 
I have an eclectic style of music. I wanted to get involved in the station because I love how KHDX gives students a creative outlet on campus! 

Zach Gray

Co-Concert Director

Psychology major
Senior
Favorite music: Arctic Monkeys, ChocQuibTown
This is my third year on staff, second year as concert director. I love working to bring artists for the Hendrix community to enjoy! 

Kennedy Reynolds

Co-Concert Director

Senior, History/Spanish major
Favorite genres: indie / alternative rock 
Favorite artists: The Killers, The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Tame Impala
This is my first year on staff, and my second year involved with Concert Committee. I love live music and hope to create memorable musical experiences for Hendrix students!

Charlie Terry

Music Director

Business/Econ Major
Senior
Music interests: Luke Combs, Eric Church, Chris Stapleton, Johnny Cash
Genres: Country & classic rock
This is my first year on staff as Music Director and second year as a DJ with KHDX. I joined KHDX and staff to share my love of country and classic rock music. 

Kaylen Holman

Promotions Director

Sophomore
Music interests: Faye Webster, Daniel Caesar, James Blake, Blood Orange, Gus Dapperton
Genres: R&B and Indie Alternative 
This is my first year as a DJ and as Promotion Director for KHDX! I joined the staff so that I could help guide the way music influences our campus.

Chad Hornsby

Chief Engineer

My name is Chad Hornsby, I’m a Senior religious studies major with a Classics minor. I listen to a little bit of everything from Hair Bands (Thanks Dad), to Sinatra, to Post Malone. I do a show called Hail to the Chief (Engineer) where I invite friends to come talk about their passions. I started working with KHDX because it has the unique place of letting everyone who wants to contribute to the campus through music and talking.