Author Archives: Editor In Chief

Water polo kicks off conference schedule

By Katie Richcreek Azusa Pacific women’s water polo kicks off their conference schedule at home on Saturday, March 21. Although it’s not usual for sports to have their first home contest 17 games into the campaign, the young program is part of something quite unique. After competing independently for five seasons, the Cougars joined six

When Life Gives You… Tangerines?

By Kelyn Struiksma I kept myself busy over spring break catching up on homework and spending quality time with friends and family, but also made it a priority to take the time to sit, relax and simply, rejuvenate. Rejuvenation, in my life, is defined by starting the day off right: drinking a cup of coffee

From the Desk of the EIC: Making a difference

By Kaity Bergquist This week I’ve been thinking about the fact that there are seven weeks left in the semester. One, because I can’t wait for summer. But secondly, seven weeks means three more Clause issues and my last seven weeks as editor in chief of the newspaper. I’ve been in college media for a

Absolutely watch House of Cards

By Faith Vander Voort Like many other college students, I spent quite of a bit of my free time watching shows on Netflix. I have hopped from “New Girl” and “Grey’s Anatomy” to “House of Cards.” Listen to me very closely, “House of Cards” is a remarkable television show, but it is not for the faint of

Gallery: Azusa Pacific’s first-round win over Western Oregon

Azusa Pacific men’s basketball defeated Western Oregon 75-57 in the first round of the NCAA Division II West Region tournament — the first NCAA playoff win in school history, across all sports. They now advance to play fifth-seeded Cal Poly Pomona on Saturday in the Felix Event Center. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Find

Baseball continues to win

By Landon Troka Cougar baseball is continuing its winning ways. The team is 16-5 and 6-3 in the PacWest after winning series against Academy of Art and Point Loma. The Cougars lost the opener against defending NCCAA national champions Fresno Pacific, but will look to continue their hot play this weekend. The team is led

Internships…GET ONE

By Faith Vander Voort Most college students push the thought of an internship to the back of their mind until junior and senior year, and let me tell you… STOP! The greatest myth about internships is that you are too young for one. With a mother as a recruiter/headhunter, I hear the do’s and don’ts all the

Cougars stand tall in West Region

By Katie Richcreek It’s been a big year for Azusa Pacific men’s basketball. A 24-4 regular season record. The first conference title since 2006. PacWest Freshman of the Year. PacWest Player of the Year. PacWest Coach of the Year. A consistent spot on the Division II national coaches’ poll. All in their first season as