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A final frenzy in Felix

By Guest Writer Riordan Zentler Colorful balloons and vibrant banners lined the entrance to the eclectic Last Dance. With its on-campus location and budget ticket price of $5, the Frenzy drew crowds of undergraduate students looking to let their hair down one more time before the impending finals week. Reggie Cutliff, senior social work major

Free the Captives club puts on human trafficking awareness event

By Guest Writer, Amanda White Christine Cesa, a survivor of human trafficking and exploitation, visited Azusa Pacific University April 16 in Seven Palms. The Free the Captives club invited Cesa to its last event for the semester to raise awareness of human trafficking and to fight modern-day slavery. Students Zach Latta, Andrew Shubin, Amber Hofland

Finals survival guide

The infamous finals week is no longer a faraway thought; it can’t be avoided any longer. For some Cougars on campus, this is the last week of spring finals ever, but for others, this is the first to date. While the exams can seem like an all-consuming dark cloud and never-ending to-do list, when they’re

Azusa Pacific rugby excels in their 2014-2015 season

By Guest Writer, EJ Beasley This year, the Azusa Pacific University rugby team had its best season in the program’s existence. The team showed resilience and perseverance as it had a couple of setbacks before the season started. The problems were so severe they nearly sank the team, but despite all the preseason distractions, the

End of school year approaches

By Becky Kay I can’t believe that we are at the end of the school year. For me this means, finals are coming up, dear friends are graduating and I am leaving for an unknown adventure to Nicaragua in 2 short weeks. Looking back on the semester it is crazy to see how much I’ve

Gospel Choir mesmerizes audience at last concert of year

By guest writer, Lauren Jacobs The APU Gospel Choir had the audience on its feet dancing and clapping at the choir’s spring concert in Munson Chapel on Friday, April 10. Under the direction of Letitia Ugwueke, the choir sang an array of 15 lively worship songs and paid tribute to its graduating seniors. The audience