Dance Opens Auditions

Brooklyn Jespersen Assistant A&E Editor Dance tryouts will be held tonight, Sept. 6. There are no listed requirements for the audition; anyone can audition. There are certain opportunities that come with being a dancer that include: learning choreography from professional choreographers, creating community, participating in college national competitions, performing at sporting events, and volunteer opportunities. […]

Soccer Fights Through Rough Start

Niza Metoyer Editor-in-Chief Men’s soccer started out their new season bumpy with their first game Thursday, Aug. 23, against Marymount California University 0-3. The Royals went on to battle University of California Merced in the first round of The Masters Tournament falling 3-6. The men won their first game of the season in the final […]

Royals Execute Eagles in Epic Match

Ben Garcia Staff Writer The Royals have charged out of the gate as they undergo their fall campaign. After picking up a demanding 4-0 win against the Biola Eagles on Monday, Aug. 27, the excitement building in and around the team is almost palpable. “We have a solid group of girls. Not just in soccer, […]

Campus Safety Update

Niza Metoyer Editor-in-Chief Campus safety reminds students to keep their sliding glass doors locked at all times. Students must also remember to keep valuable items out of their vehicles, and keep vehicles locked at all times. Commuters riding bikes to school cannot lock their bikes up on stairs due to the new paint. Questions or […]

Ministry Honors Program Begins

Ben Garcia Staff Writer The inaugural year of Hope International’s Ministry Honors Program (MHP) has brought in a variety of new faces. MHP students are tasked with maintaining a 3.0 G.P.A., attending conferences, having a mentor, and completing 50 hours of community service per semester. Despite the challenging requirements for the program, there is a […]

HIU Participates in NAMI Walks Angel Stadium

Jordan Skinner Opinion Editor In the coming weeks, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Orange County will be holding their 14th annual “NAMIWalks.” The goal of the 5 kilometer walk is simply to raise awareness, but Susan Adams, Development Coordinator of NAMI, had this to say: “People walk for many different reasons, some […]

SGA Introduces New Office and Movie Night

Kristi Lutz Assistant Copy Editor SGA will be hosting a movie night tomorrow evening, Sept. 7, 7-9:30 p.m. The event will be by the pool and students who are planning to attend are asked to “Bring Your Own Blanket” for a casual atmosphere. The SGA room has also been redone with new decor such as […]