Shining a Light on Racism and Hate Against Asian Americans

This article is written from a Chinese-American Perspective. By Joy Purcell, Staff Writer and Artist Alright, let’s address the elephant in the room here: hate against Asian-Americans. How long has this hate been going on? Hate against Asians has been going on since the 1800s. However, I believe the numbers skyrocketed once the coronavirus made … Continue reading Shining a Light on Racism and Hate Against Asian Americans

Living in a Post-Snyder Cut Society

Streaming could be ushering in a renaissance of structurally diverse movies. By Scott Wood, Staff Writer and Artist Of all the scenarios in which Justice League: The Snyder Cut could be released, a mass-closing of movie theaters across the country has to be the most ideal. At a time when the pool of fresh movies … Continue reading Living in a Post-Snyder Cut Society

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

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?

Ideas for a Quarantined Thanksgiving

Feeling trapped by the pandemic restrictions this holiday? Here are some ideas to lift your spirits. By Melissa Farthing, Copy Editor Unfortunately, this Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different than in years past. The coronavirus continues to rage across our country and the world, which means that getting together in person with extended … Continue reading Ideas for a Quarantined Thanksgiving

Holiday Gift Ideas: 2020 Edition

Here are five gift category ideas you can consider for your loved ones this holiday season. By Melissa Farthing, Copy Editor Happy (early) Holly Jolly season! It’s the time of year for gift-giving (and receiving!). This can be a wonderful tradition for showing your loved ones how much you care for them, but sometimes, it’s … Continue reading Holiday Gift Ideas: 2020 Edition

I Was Quarantined in Hardy Hall

Developing a fever on campus leads to an unprecedented experience these days. By Sydni Wolpert Hardy Hall, the oldest dorm on Huntington University’s campus, has always been a talking point for HU students. Whether it be the vibrant community in years past or the lack thereof this year, Foresters note the energy that the building … Continue reading I Was Quarantined in Hardy Hall