Fullerton Hosts Many Haunting Events

Brittany Gonzales Business Manager      Fullerton is having a Haunted Walk Tour Oct. 15 through Nov. 2 at 5:30p.m. This tour is to experience all the local legendary ghost stories around Fullerton. The tour starts at 6 p.m. at the Fullerton Museum and will walk through Fullerton to see these local haunts. For more information […]

Supernatural Presences Dorm at HIU

Kristi Lutz Copy Editor   Residents of the Hope International University Alpha or Omega dorms beware. Throughout the year and in years prior, unusual and supernatural occurrences have been reported. These instances range from minor nuisances to legitimately frightening happenings. Omega residents Hannah Larson and Viviana Rangel have reported multiple instances of objects in their […]

Assemblywoman Promotes Local Elections

Jordan Skinner Opinion Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 3 p.m., HIU welcomed guest lecturer Sharon Quirk-Silva to speak on “Why Local Elections are Important for Social Justice Struggles.” Democrat Quirk-Silva has been involved in local politics since 2004 when she became the first woman elected to the Fullerton City Council. Since then, she has […]

DTF Hosts Late Night Events

Hispanic Heritage month is coming to the Night Owl with The Rhythm of Rebellion. This will be a performance and discussion led by Taina Asili. It will have dancing, food, and discussion. This will be on Fri, Oct. 5 from 4p.m. to 6p.m. This event is free for all. The Muckenthaler Cultural Center is going […]

Campus Welcomes New Changes

This semester, HIU has purchased 12 new benches, placing them throughout campus in locations such as in front of the dorms and by the Nu Lounge. Also, the Darling Library has extended their Sunday through Thursday hours, staying open until 11 p.m. Their full hours are now 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, […]

Albright Brightens the World

Matthew Bernard Staff Writer   Last year, Brian Albright, former full-time and current adjunct professor in the College of Business and Management, moved his wife and children to Kenya to engage in cross-cultural missionary work. This past summer he committed to another year. HIU students know that in the pursuit of academic achievement and self-fulfillment, […]

Professor’s Publications Reach the Public

Jordan Skinner Opinion Editor Professors at Hope are often involved in many other activities relating to their profession. The past year has been ripe for professor publications, with four books being published by Hope professors. Apart from giving birth to twins, Amanda Boyd, Adjunct Associate Professor of English at Hope, published a book in December […]

SGA Rallies for Women’s Volleyball

This Friday the SGA team is putting together a tailgate party called the Royal’s Rally to kick off the first home game, since August, for Women’s Volleyball. It will take place at the PCWA Plaza. SGA plans on having a bounce house, dunk tank, and games for students and faculty and staff. −Brittany Gonzales, Business […]

Free Events to Look Out For

Niza Metoyer Editor-in-Chief   Santa Monica is welcoming Twilight on the pier. A new name and new season for their outdoor music festival, featuring unique artists from around the world. Twilight on the Pier includes immersive art, food offerings, a beer and spirits garden, games and interactive activities all along the Pier promenade.  Every Wednesday, […]