Volleyball Knows No Place Like Home

Brittany Gonzales Business Manager Women’s Volleyball has had a season of ups and downs. The team has been travelling all semester since August, when they hosted a tournament. This Friday, the women will have their first home game since then. “The season has been a tough one,” said head coach Jessica Walker. “We have been […]

Defending the NFL: Why You Should Keep Watching

Ben Garcia Staff Writer   Every day, it seems that a new controversy swirls around the already damaged reputation of the National Football League. In the last few years alone, the NFL has witnessed player holdouts, a spike in reported head injuries, refereeing mishaps, protests, and cheating allegations. An increasing number of people have turned […]

NSO Continues

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

Volleyball Drops the Ball

Men’s volleyball lost Monday, Jan. 29, against Concordia University 1-3. The Royals had won the first game against University of California-Merced Saturday, Jan. 27 3-1, but then lost the second game against them 1-3. Men also played last night and those scores can be found on the Royals website, hiuroyals.com The next game will be […]

Opportunities to be a Leader

Currently, there is no information on when to turn in applications for leadership positions for RA positions but more information is to come. For questions on this contact Women’s Resident Life Coordinator, Abigale Wilcox, at adwilcox@hiu.edu or Men’s Resident Life Coordinator, Christian Andres, at cuandres@hiu.edu. Applications for Barnabas and formations group leaders will be available […]

Inside Hurricane Harvey

Niza Metoyer Editor-in-Chief Hurricane Harvey has since moved out of Huston, making its way through other parts of Texas. The size of the storm and fast flooding shocked many locals, leaving them stranded. Although the storm has moved on the death toll rises as many areas are still underwater. Port Arthur being the more recent […]

Volleyball Kills Competition

Brittany Gonzales Assistant Copy Editor Women’s volleyball have been playing hard this semester already winning almost every game played. Women’s volleyball fought in the Summer Slam tournament against Trinity Christian College at home Wednesday, Aug. 16, winning with a score of 18 -25 in the third set ending the game 3-0 for HIU. The women […]