Hannibal-LaGrange University made the decision to no longer offer free YMCA memberships to students. In years past, students had access to amenities including the pool, wellness center, and hot tub. Many students were disappointed in this decision. HLGU senior, Taylor King, says “The YMCA gave us a few more options of things to do here. […]

On August 31, the Hannibal-LaGrange University Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country teams competed in their first meet of the season. The meet was held on HLGU’s campus, and the hosting Trojans swept the top spots of the 5k run. In the men’s race, Senior Nathan Rose took first place with a time of 17:18, with David […]

Lightning struck down an opportunity for the Hannibal-LaGrange University men’s soccer team to secure its first win of the season last Wednesday. HLGU tied Iowa Wesleyan University 1-1 at Blackwell Field in a home match called off due to impending severe storms with 10 minutes left in regulation. The Trojans had intensity flowing early on. […]

The National Museum of Rio de Janeiro is the oldest historical institution in Brazil. Founded by D. Joao VI on June 6, 1818, the museum was initially installed in Campo de Santana, in the center of Rio. The historic building, which burned down on the first Sunday of this month, was the residence of the […]

An entire summer’s worth of rain flooded Midwestern states such as Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, and Michigan. One-third of the state of Iowa saw flash flood warnings for several days in a row. Wisconsin experienced more than 20 inches of rain in just 15 days. That is more than the state normally sees in a […]