Cross Country Continues to Kick Asphalt

John Kay Staff Writer   Men and women’s Cross Country continues to improve after a strong showing at the Master’s University Invitational in Santa Clarita on Saturday, Sept. 29. Joe Tobin, expressed the collective excitement of the team that is now ranked third within their conference. The women’s team excelled at the Master’s Invitational by […]

Royals Sweep Warriors in Epic Match

Brooklyn Jespersen  A & E Editor   The Men’s Soccer team suffered a defeat against Florida National University at Fullerton College with a score of 1-2 on Thursday, Sept. 27. The Royals yielded to the Phoenixes of Arizona Christian University at Fullerton College with a score of 2-3 on Saturday, Sept. 29. However, on Saturday, […]

Women’s Soccer Seeks Winning Identity

Ben Garcia Staff Writer The Royals’ string of impressive victories halted against California Baptist University, a Division I team, on Friday, Sept. 12 in Riverside. Leigha Williams scored off a free kick early in the match, but the 1-0 did not hold long into the second half. The Lancers defeated the Royals 3-1. The Arizona […]

Volleyball Jumps Into Action Mid-Season

The HIU Women’s Volleyball team has shown promise for a strong year. Following a loss against San Diego Christian College, 2-3, the indomitable spirit of the team shined through in back-to-back victories against Westmont College and Life Pacific College. Their next match will take place on Friday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. against William Jessup […]

Women’s Soccer Regains Momentum

Ben Garcia Staff Writer   The Royals’ offensive outburst was not enough to conquer Eastern Oregon University and they conceded the match 3-4 on Thursday, Sept. 6. However, Women’s Soccer quickly found their way back on track with a slew of impressive performances. Soka University of America fell to the Royals by a commanding score […]

Men’s Soccer Turns the Tide

Jordan Skinner Opinion Editor Men’s Soccer approaches the halfway point of their fall season determined to improve. After starting their season on the wrong foot, suffering tough losses from Marymount California University and University of California-Merced, they started changing the tide in their game against Oregon Institute of Technology, beating them 3-2 on Saturday, Sept. […]

Dance Welcomes Guest Choreographer

Brooklyn Jespersen A & E Editor Hope International’s dance team will be benefitting from professional dancer, Sharon Ramirez’s dance experience this week. Ramirez has performed at multiple theme parks in California, and she performed for the Clippers Spirit, the dance team for the L.A. Clippers, for two seasons. Dance Coach, Jennifer Maletto, said, “I am […]

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. […]