Forester Baseball Recap

Although there have been some losses, the Forester Baseball team is in the midst of a victorious season. By Katie Sell, Staff Writer Spring season is here for baseball, and Huntington is excited to defrost Forest Glen Park not only for our players and staff, but for spectators as well. The updated spectator policy for … Continue reading Forester Baseball Recap

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?

HUB Construction Beginning This Month

Campus is entering the construction phase of the HUB. By Laura Caicedo, Staff Writer As students fight away the cold and start getting used to their spring schedules, the HUB renovations are starting to look more imminent. Russ Degitz, Chief Operating Officer, said in an email interview that there was a meeting on February 19 … Continue reading HUB Construction Beginning This Month

Russian Interreference and Donald Trump

Photo Credit: Vanity Fair By Braxton Barnhill On March 22, the long-awaited report by the FBI’s special counsel Robert Mueller concerning the 2016 election was finally released to Attorney General William Barr, and two days later, Barr released a four-page summary of it to the United States Congress. The report was a summary of an … Continue reading Russian Interreference and Donald Trump

Olympiad recap: “moo”-roon comes out on top

The weather is getting chillier, but that doesn’t mean anything to HU students when Olympiad makes an appearance on the third weekend of October. The event turned 25 years old this year, and students celebrated by uniting in another attempt to get first place for their respective team — and to get a team picture … Continue reading Olympiad recap: “moo”-roon comes out on top

Voting in the 21st Century

Social media is one of the biggest influences on today’s youth of today, and one of the most pressing current issues is voting. Due to a very divided political system, young people are finally feeling that they have the power to change the world in ways that they believe will help. The United States Census … Continue reading Voting in the 21st Century

The scoop on recent American tax reform

In December 2017 the United States Senate passed an amendment to the internal revenue code, changing major aspects of the tax code in the United States. Many Republican lawmakers along with Donald Trump’s administration hailed it as a win for the middle class and for small businesses. “We enacted the biggest tax cuts and reforms in American … Continue reading The scoop on recent American tax reform

Confirming Kavanaugh: a controversy

On July 9, President Donald Trump appointed US circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. This appointment followed the retirement of Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy, who served for 30 years. Following Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment, there have been numerous formal and informal investigations into his past court decisions and his character as … Continue reading Confirming Kavanaugh: a controversy