On October 3, Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley made a visit to Hannibal to speak at Hannibal-LaGrange University’s Chapel service. Hawley spoke at the weekly chapel service and held a meet-and-greet at Becky’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream Parlor in downtown Hannibal that afternoon. Many local news media outlets, such as KHQA, as well as many […]

Hannibal-LaGrange University had their homecoming one week before fall break, and the students and alumni had the chance to  enjoy a weekend full of food, entertainment and sports. Friday – The events started in the morning with HLGU’s Annual Alumni Golf Classic, a tradition for many HLGU alumni and friends. Also the annual Homecoming Alumni Art Show Opening happened at 6 pm. […]

Last Tuesday, members of the Republican National Convention hosted an event on campus at the Foster Student Center to inform students about the campaign process, as well as how they can get involved in political campaigns in the final month before the November elections and beyond. Matthew Brasseaux, director of Evangelical Engagement for the RNC, […]

Fall athletics are nearing the end of the regular season and the beginning of postseason competition. Volleyball, men’s soccer, and women’s soccer are closing in on the last few scheduled matchups. Men’s soccer has five games left on the regular season schedule, two of them will be played at Blackwell Field. The Trojans will host […]

After finishing first at the MYSSA Fall Classic in their last competition, on Tuesday October 2, the HLGU Shotgun Sports Team earned another victory. Close to home in Taylor, Missouri, HLGU defeated North Central Missouri College by a team score of 359-300. The Trojans excelled, outscoring their opponent by an impressive 50 points in skeet […]

Major League Baseball postseason is officially underway. In professional baseball, October is where heroes are made. Ten teams clinched postseason play and are primed for an exciting playoff. The Boston Red Sox and Milwaukee Brewers clinched the number one spot in their respected leagues. The Astros and Dodgers earned second while the Indians and Braves […]

The Alpha Tau Beta Sisterhood at Hannibal-LaGrange University hosted a philanthropy DKMS bone marrow drive on September 24-28. ATB defines themselves as, “A sisterhood that aims to promote friendships, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership, and enrich lives through community services.” Senior HLGU student and president of ATB, Skylar Evans, expressed her gratitude […]