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

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

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

After 12 Years, Resident Director Mallory Harrigan Bids HU Farewell

"Baker/Roush, it’s hard for me to imagine life without you," Harrigan says. "There is truly no way possible to convey how much Baker/Roush has meant to me in this season of life." By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief

Student spotlight: Jacob Osborn

Whether he’s on air or just hanging out, Jacob Osborn is always shining a light on whoever’s listening to him. Osborn has been into radio broadcasting ever since he worked with a radio station in high school. Since then, he has pursued broadcasting here at HU and loves to bring what he learned from high … Continue reading Student spotlight: Jacob Osborn

The Making of Miller

Journalism and teaching have always been written in the stars for Kevin Miller. As a boy, Miller loved the news. He even started a small paper of his own in which he reported and wrote news for his hometown. “I gravitated towards journalism when I was very young,” Miller says. “I started creating these mockup … Continue reading The Making of Miller