Code Switch: How Black Students are Assimilating Into White Culture

From Micro-aggressions to blatant racism, two students of color share their experience of what it’s like attending a predominantly white campus. By Peyton Pitman, Co-Editor-in-Chief https://soundcloud.com/user-432210350/track-code-switch-how-black-students-are-assimilating-into-white-culture [Intro Music Faces In]  INTRO (MIA SPLENDORE): Race relations has been a hot topic in the news recently. From police brutality to racial inequity, people are starting to have … Continue reading Code Switch: How Black Students are Assimilating Into White Culture

Commuter headaches

HU commuter students express their day-to-day struggle on their journey to campus. From traffic to roadkill, these students hit the open road to attend classes–even if five minutes late. By Ashlye Silva, Contributor “Uh-oh,” interrupted Brock Snyder, during an interview with Hannah Weaver. Both are sitting in the commuter lounge in Loew-Brenn. “Commuters are actually getting recognized?” he … Continue reading Commuter headaches

New building at HU: Don Strauss Animal Science Education Center

Huntington University's most recent addition is located by the practice soccer fields and is already being used for courses related to animal science and agriculture, as well as a meeting space for the Collegiate Farm Bureau chapter and Pre-Vet Club. By Laura Caicedo Co-Editor-in-chief This project was born as a byproduct of one of the … Continue reading New building at HU: Don Strauss Animal Science Education Center

Credit Card: Debt or Asset?

For HU students Cam Manning, Wade Leatherman, and Maddie LeBlanc, the truth behind their credit card spending habits is revealed when they take on this responsibility. By Hope Eberly, Contributor Sophomore Maddie LeBlanc, a marketing and management major, has had a credit card for nearly a year. There’s mainly one thing she likes to spend … Continue reading Credit Card: Debt or Asset?

Despite Issues, Forester Baseball Remains “Hungry” For 2021 Season

Huntington’s baseball team has had to overcome more than any other program over the last year, including Covid-19, schedule issues, and head coach Mike Frame having to sit out this season. By Ryan Walker │February 15, 2021 It was Friday morning on March 13, 2020. Huntington University’s baseball team was ready to leave for Goshen … Continue reading Despite Issues, Forester Baseball Remains “Hungry” For 2021 Season

HALLOWED BE THY HARDY HALL

Huntington students and staff weigh in on the effects of Hardy Hall’s closing. By Abby Rusie, Contributor “My initial reaction was disappointment, it was shocking to hear it so suddenly,” says sophomore Denali Kern, current Roush RA and former “Hardy girl,” when asked about the emotion she felt when she heard of Hardy’s closing for … Continue reading HALLOWED BE THY HARDY HALL

HU Student Jewelry Entrepreneurs

Three Huntington University students reflect on their startups and how they got to where they are today. By Kelsey Priestley, Contributor “Starting quarantine, it was definitely an advantage to have something to do other than sit around in your house and like do something you enjoy with your friends,” said sophomore Hailey Mchenry, an elementary … Continue reading HU Student Jewelry Entrepreneurs

Nacho Poncio: From Tennis Player to Head Coach

By Sebastián Salas Staff Writter Ignacio “Nacho” Poncio became HU’s youngest head coach this season, leading the Men’s Tennis program to a well-fought fourth place in the conference. After wrapping up his exceptional tennis career with four All-Conference honors, the Argentinian graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2019 with a double major in Business Management and … Continue reading Nacho Poncio: From Tennis Player to Head Coach

Rise in COVID Cases: Where Does it Leave Us?

Recent campus-wide spike in cases leave HU students uncertain for what's to come next. By Katie Sell, Staff Writer Just before the break, Huntington University experienced a slight hiccup in COVID cases on campus.  Many students were placed in Hardy to quarantine, and many others went home in order to distance themselves. This provoked a … Continue reading Rise in COVID Cases: Where Does it Leave Us?