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

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

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

Junior Freshman: A Transfer’s Take on Student Life

How my experience at HU has been so far. By Jonathan Wagner, Staff Writer Going somewhere new and doing something new is an experience commonly met with excitement, nervousness, or a mix of both. This experience is commonly associated, in college, with being a freshman. There are, however, others of us who go through this … Continue reading Junior Freshman: A Transfer’s Take on Student Life

Nerdy, quirky, and sporty: HU dorm culture

Huntington University residence halls have personalities that may not fit with everyone’s ideal college experience. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. By Augustia DeWitt “It’s kind of legendary all around campus,” said Brent Rocheleau, the current resident assistant on Baker second, when asked to elaborate on the origin story of “The Womb.” “A way, … Continue reading Nerdy, quirky, and sporty: HU dorm culture

Paranoia about to creep over campus

Paranoia? Is that when you eat mysterious DC meat and wait for the consequences? Well, maybe, but this “Paranoia” is a week-long game between the boys of Wright Hall and the girls of Hardy Hall. The game starts with separate meetings for the girls and boys at the beginning of the week, during which they … Continue reading Paranoia about to creep over campus