Finals week is upon us and with that comes the culmination of all the work that VU students have put in throughout the entire fall semester. For many, it’s the most stressful time of the year, but right after that comes the most wonderful time of the year. Beginning officially on December 9th, a month long winter break is granted to VU students as an intermission of sorts, for the spring semester to come. At around the halfway point of that … [Read more] about Christmas Myths
On November 12th, 2016, the 7th ranked Vanguard University women’s soccer team squared off against the 8th ranked Biola University women’s soccer team in the Golden State Athletic Conference championship final. This was an especially intriguing encounter for … [Read more] about Lionesses Crowned Champions at Al Barbour Stadium
Donald Trump is the President-elect of the United States of America. This was officially determined in the final minutes of November 8th, 2016. It was a ballot battle that ended with 279 electoral college votes awarded to Trump over Hillary Clinton’s 228 … [Read more] about Donald Trump is the President-Elect of the United States of America
On October 1st, 2016, the 12th ranked Vanguard Lions faced the 18th ranked Biola Eagles at Al Barbour field for the first time since the Eagles defeated the Lions in the 2015 GSAC tournament championship final. That late and chilly November evening ended 1-0 … [Read more] about The Lions Earn Redemption in Return to Al Barbour Stadium
On Monday, September 26th, 2016 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, faced each other in the first of three presidential debates to help decide who will be the 45th President of … [Read more] about One Down, Two to Go
Standing during the national anthem with your right hand over your heart, is how Americans pay their respects to their country before every major sporting event. It’s a way of showing appreciation for the rights and freedoms that the United States of America … [Read more] about Oh Say Can You Sit?
On Friday November 13th, 2015, 129 lives were claimed in six separate attacks throughout the capital of France. In addition to the 129 casualties, an additional 352 were injured to varying degrees. These six separate attacks took place at a concert hall, the … [Read more] about Evil Strikes in Paris
Despite the protests and petitions that were made to "dump Trump" from his November 7th SNL hosting services, the ratings for the episode were the highest SNL had received in the last three years. This was largely to the chagrin of many Latinos and civil … [Read more] about Dump Trump?
On Saturday, October 27th, 2015, I attended Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood for the second time in three years. In the two years since I had last attended the event, it was clear that a few things had changed. The first change that I … [Read more] about Universal Studios Halloween Horror Lines
On Oct. 10th, 2015, the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, California will host a football game of huge significance. This is exactly the sort of affair that the Rose Bowl was designed for, but this isn't just any football game. This is a CONCACAF Cup "futbol" clash … [Read more] about Rumble at the Rose Bowl
A couple weeks ago, the news was bombarded with reports claiming that a Muslim high school student by the name of Ahmed Mohammed was arrested for bringing his home-made clock to school. Allegedly, Ahmed wanted to show his invention to his teacher, who … [Read more] about A Ticking Time Bomb
Kanye West, AKA "Yeezus", is running for president in 2020. Take a minute to let that sink in if you have to. The newly crowned "video vanguard" chose to break the news to the world during his acceptance speech at the VMA's on Sunday night. Ironically enough, … [Read more] about Kanye West is Running for President 2020