Monthly Archives: March 2018

Companies drop support for the NRA

In the wake of a few school shootings, many companies have decided to sever their ties with the National Rifle Association. In the past week, the hashtag #BoycottTheNRA has been tweeted thousands of times and put enormous pressure on corporations to end their sponsorship deals. The companies to drop their support include: United Airlines, Delta […]

17 Dead After Florida High School Shooting

The community of Parkland, Florida was in mourning on Wednesday, February 14 as former student Nikolas Cruz shot and killed 17 and injured many others. According to Slate, Cruz was not allowed to carry a backpack onto school grounds due to his instability. Cruz also had a large amount of weapons-based posts on his various […]

Senior Day for HLGU Basketball

Both men’s and women’s basketball celebrated the careers of their seniors Saturday, February 24. The women closed out their 17-18 season with a tough loss 55-62 against William Woods University. The women only have one senior this year. Kenna Greenway ended her career with a solid game. She scored 16 points and had 4 assists […]

Two Seniors Represent HLGU in the NAIA National Tournament

On February 16th, the HLGU Trojans traveled to Lindenwood University-Bellville to compete for the 3rd annual American Midwest Conference Wrestling Championship. HLGU finished sixth in the tournament this year. Two seniors qualified to go to the national tournament on March 2-3. Jeremiah Reed finished in second at the tournament in the 174 weight class. His […]

USA women’s hockey team beat Canada on shootouts and are gold at the Olympics

┬áCanada vs. United States in women’s hockey is always tense. The Olympic history helps to explain this story a little. Before the 2018 Winter Olympics, there were three Canadian titles on America, and only one American title on top of the Canadians. But last week, the women’s team of the United States won the gold […]

US Olympics Update

The Olympics ended February 25th, and these winter Olympics made history. By the end of the Winter Olympics, for team USA, there were 9 gold, 8 silver, and 6 bronze. This is not too bad for the US. The United States won gold medals in the sports of Curling, Snowboarding, Alpine Skiing, Ice Hockey, Freestyle […]

FBI Probes Into NCAA

The NCCA ruling took away 4 seasons worth of accomplishments from Louisville. This was the punishment handed down to them for violating the NCAA’s recruiting policy. The team saw all their accomplishments from the 2011-12 season through the 2014-15 season be erased. This includes their 2013 national title, a 2012 Final Four appearance and 123 […]