Change Continues to Inspire Growth

Niza Metoyer Editor-in-Chief Every new school year marks big change. Whether you are just entering college or about to graduate, this change if allowed leads to great growth. I enter my second year as Editor-in-Chief of The Hope International Tribune and my senior year of college while introducing a new advisor. Welcoming Shannon Bates to […]

Freedom of Speech Stops Where Hate Begins

Jordan Skinner Opinion Editor The Internet. In its most simplified state, the Internet makes platforms. These platforms were once earned and occupied by teachers, scientists, doctors, all of whom are societal authorities that people inherently trust. These platforms are now handed out freely, and we as a society no longer know who to trust. In […]

NSO Welcomes Students With New Events

Brooklyn Jespersen Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor There will be a mandatory all-hall meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the Darling Pavillion. Following will be dodgeball at 7:30 p.m. in the Darling Pavillion for NSO. On Friiday, Aug. 23, there will be a clash-off at the PCWA Plaza at 8:45 p.m. Following will be Clash-n-Bowl […]

Local Wildfire Containment Begins

Jordan Skinner Assistant Section Editor Wildfires have raged throughout the state for the past several months, threatening the lives and homes of many California residents. As of now, there is one harmful fire in Orange County that began Aug 8 and lies mostly within the Cleveland National Forest. The fire has been named “Holy Fire”, […]