English Department Hosts First-Ever StoryCon

The event explored many aspects of storytelling. By Luke Fillers, Staff Writer After brainstorming and planning, Huntington University’s English department hosted the first StoryCon. The event combined current HU students with prospective students to explore the various topics around English, historical reenactments and cosplay.  "One of the ideas that came up for exposing the English … Continue reading English Department Hosts First-Ever StoryCon

Step Forward Campaign Update

Step by step, HU is heading forward. By Keila Funez, Staff Writer For the last couple of years, Huntington University has accomplished goals that benefit not only the University but also benefits the students.  In 2019, HU gave updates on the addition of capital to the institution: the Don Strauss Animal Science Education Center. This … Continue reading Step Forward Campaign Update

Reach for the Stars, or at Least the Sun

An exciting mission launched by the European Space Agency will help us better understand solar winds. By Luke Fillers, Staff Writer In the late evening of Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, the European Space Agency, in association with NASA, launched an Atlas V 411 rocket. The rocket contains a solar orbiter satellite, which will conduct a … Continue reading Reach for the Stars, or at Least the Sun

Dowling Makes the National Power Soccer Team

HU film student David Dowling will travel to Sydney, Australia in 2021. By Ella Doron, Staff Writer HU’s own David Dowling has made the US National Power Soccer Team and will be playing at the 2021 Power Soccer World Cup in Sydney, Australia. This will be the fourth Power Soccer World Cup; the first was … Continue reading Dowling Makes the National Power Soccer Team

Saint Francis Seeing Major Academic Changes in 2020

The university’s decision to eliminate several academic programs may impact HU. By Luke Fillers, Staff Writer In late October, neighboring University of Saint Francis released plans to change their academic undergraduate programs. Going into effect in the fall semester 2020, there are 11 bachelor’s degree majors, one associate’s program, and seven minors that will no … Continue reading Saint Francis Seeing Major Academic Changes in 2020

Local Leukemia Survivor Honored at Colts Game

The story of a former Huntington North football player. By Ryan Walker, Staff Writer The story of former high school football player Conner West isn’t something that happens every day — it’s an extraordinary story. We’ve all known someone who has been injured and was taken out of their sport for an extended amount of … Continue reading Local Leukemia Survivor Honored at Colts Game

Huntington North High School: Unhealthy Air

Air quality tests reveal that the air in HNHS does not meet state standards. By Juliet Wilson, Copy Editor Most Huntington University students, including myself, didn’t attend Huntington North High School. We have all chosen, however, to live in the Huntington community while we pursue higher education. We’ve all invested in this community to some … Continue reading Huntington North High School: Unhealthy Air

GM Strike: A Month into It

By Luke Fillers, Staff Writer Several weeks have passed and the General Motors strike continues with picketing and patience. It has been over a month since the strike started and negotiations are still up in the air.  “We are heading into uncharted territories,” said Holli Murphy, the president of the United Automotive Workers labor union … Continue reading GM Strike: A Month into It