Monthly Archives: September 2019

Johnson & Johnson Settlement

Johnson & Johnson was sued for helping start the opioid crisis. Johnson and Johnson offers the world’s largest range of consumer healthcare products from baby care, skin care, wound care, and a variety of health products including pain killers and ingredients used for opioids. Wall Street Journal reports that Johnson & Johnson led the way […]

Big River Steampunk Festival in Downtown Hannibal

If you were at downtown Hannibal on Labor Day weekend you might have found yourself in the middle of the 6th annual Big River Steampunk Festival. The term steampunk comes from the Victorian Era with the creation of the steam engine and a creative movement. People from all over the country came to participate in […]

Trojans race under Memphis lights

This past weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams made the journey down to Memphis, TN to compete in the Memphis Twilight Cross County meet. The Trojans were lead by Heiko Thiele and Shelby Kallem of the men’s and women’s teams respectively in their first ever trip to the meet. The men’s team finished […]

Volleyball excites but falls short (photo gallery)

 The Maybee Sports Complex hosted a nail-biter, five game match on Tuesday when the Trojans faced the visiting Culver Stockton Wildcats. Although the Trojans ended up falling short in 5th game, it was not before both teams had put on a show. Throughout the course of the evening, the most that either team won a […]

NCAA FOOTBALL BEST WEEK ONE PERFORMANCES

A lot of blowouts, and a lot of close games occurred in the first week of NCAA football. Finally, week one is in the books. Many players put on a show for their respective programs. Let’s take a look at the best performers in week one. Jalen Hurts, QB Oklahoma Sooners Stat Line: 20/23, 87% […]

AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE 2019-20 PREVIEW

The American Football Conference is preparing to begin an important season, 100 years of professional football in the United States.  The 2019 off-season was one of the most interesting off-seasons in league history. Many high caliber players moved to a new place they are going to call ‘home’ for quite some time. Players including Le’veon […]

Snack Shack Relocation

There have been some changes around the HLGU campus this year, and one of them that affects a lot of the students is the Snack Shack relocating. Snack Shack used to be on the first floor of the Burt Administration building, but now has a new home up in the Loft of the Student Center. […]