Animation Seniors Prepare for Life After College

With the combination of a heavy workload, applying for jobs and preparing for life beyond school, three senior HU animation students describe how they have prepared going into their final semester before graduation. By Brady Doorn, Contributor

Your Student Government Is Here for You.

It’s a weird time to be a student at Huntington University. Please know that there are students (like me) who you can bring your concerns to. By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief

COVID-19 and the Three-and-a-Half-Year Undergrads

HU students left for spring break two weeks ago without knowing they would have to say goodbye to their friends, professors, faculty and campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. By Laura Caicedo, Staff Writer

Student Body President Today, Soldier Tomorrow

Next month, Huntington University’s senior class will graduate and enter a new world of opportunities and freedoms. But SangJin Woo, president of HU’s Student Government Association, has one major requirement to check off before he can enter that world. By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief

The Surreality of Senior Year

My thoughts going into my last semester before graduation. By Laura Caicedo, Staff Writer Winters in Indiana have taught me that no matter how much we try to put a timeframe on things, they are not going to go our way. Thinking that winter starts on December 22is only but an illusion — and thinking … Continue reading The Surreality of Senior Year

OPINION: When it comes to friends: Quality, not quantity

Often, I am asked what the one thing I will take away from my time at university is. I think back to all of my classroom lectures about P2 cameras and sociological theories, but even those lessons don’t add up to the life lessons I have learned from my friends. I have noticed that far … Continue reading OPINION: When it comes to friends: Quality, not quantity