The Global Education and Outreach (GEO) Center at Vanguard University is holding their annual Take Off Fair on March 8th, 2023, where students will sell goods and services to fundraise for study abroad and outreach trips. With the Take Off Fair quickly approaching, one may ask, “Where is GEO going this summer, and how can I support?” According to the GEO website, the places GEO is going to this summer are Ecuador, Poland, Spain, the tribal … [Read more] about Summer 2023: Where Will GEO Go?
Mock Rockin’ at the Movies
Mock Rock. What does this mean? At Vanguard University, Mock Rock is the most epic lip-sync dance battle between the different grade levels. This event occurs every year during the spring semester and is coordinated by the Program Board, a group of student … [Read more] about Mock Rockin’ at the Movies
Need A Book? Try Interlibrary Loan !
Here at Vanguard University, we have the valuable resource of the O. Cope Budge Library. The library not only links students and faculty to a huge body of knowledge but it also manages and promotes the use of informational resources such as the “Van-cat” … [Read more] about Need A Book? Try Interlibrary Loan !
Time to Register for Ensure Justice!
Attention all Vanguard students: now is the time to register for the Ensure Justice conference coming up on March 3rd and 4th! The Global Center for Women and Justice (GCWJ) puts on an annual conference for attendees to learn how they can prevent human … [Read more] about Time to Register for Ensure Justice!
Jack of All Trades
College campuses offer a vast allowance of academic resources, but not all colleges can supply outlets for leisure and recreation. With the taxing demands of the college lifestyle, the importance of providing students with a remedy to their overwhelming … [Read more] about Jack of All Trades
Do You Want To Go To Graduate School?
As spring semester is underway and graduation looms ahead, one question poses itself to many eager seniors: What next? Choosing between a career or pursuing higher education can be a confusing endeavor for many, so Career Services advisors Andrea Yanes and … [Read more] about Do You Want To Go To Graduate School?
Samson’s is opening back up!
As we all know, navigating Vanguard’s cafeteria can be difficult. It gets extremely crowded during designated meal hours, all of the tables get taken, and you find yourself not knowing what to do. Some students resort to making Top Ramen in their rooms, … [Read more] about Samson’s is opening back up!
Are the Songs in Chapel More About God, or Us?
By Emily Miller Many Christians have opinions on contemporary Christian music (CCM). Some love it, and some hate it. CCM has faced many critiques, one of which being that it focuses more on ourselves and how we feel about God than it does on God, His … [Read more] about Are the Songs in Chapel More About God, or Us?
From Page to Stage: The Lyceum Theatre’s Rehearsal Process
January 9th kicked off many things at Vanguard University: the spring 2023 semester, the usual parking frenzy, and rehearsals for the Lyceum Theater’s spring musical The Drowsy Chaperone. The Drowsy Chaperone is an award-winning 1998 play-within-a-play style … [Read more] about From Page to Stage: The Lyceum Theatre’s Rehearsal Process
What Would a Gate Do?
If you keep up with the news, I am sure you have heard of the Bryan Kohberger case in which he is accused of stabbing four college students to death in Moscow, Idaho. Bryan Kohberger, 28, was highly educated with a masters degree in Criminology from DeSales … [Read more] about What Would a Gate Do?
Let Stunt Be Seen: How An Emerging Sport Is Taking Strides To Become NCAA
Let Stunt Be Seen : How an emerging sport is taking strides to become NCAA STUNT has recently applied for and is currently in the process to becoming an NCAA “emerging sport”. “STUNT is a head-to-head game between two teams who execute skills-based … [Read more] about Let Stunt Be Seen: How An Emerging Sport Is Taking Strides To Become NCAA
Student Leadership Hiring
Vanguard undergraduate students, student leadership is officially hiring for the 2023-2024 academic school year. Student leadership is a great opportunity for students to become more involved around campus, gain internship hours, and learn valuable work … [Read more] about Student Leadership Hiring
VU Votes: Best Christmas Movies
By Isabella Perez on Nov. 16, 2022 at 7pm As November swiftly comes and goes, the joy of Christmas rolls in, bringing its traditions with it. Christmas movies have been a staple in many lives during the holiday season. They often bring reminders of sweet … [Read more] about VU Votes: Best Christmas Movies
A Hallmark Christmas Film Review
By Emily Miller Everyone knows how Hallmark Christmas movies go even if they’ve never seen one before. A small town girl who owns a bakery comes across a big city hotshot man who wants to shut down her business just before the town Christmas baking … [Read more] about A Hallmark Christmas Film Review
The Epidemic of Violence Against Native American Women
By Emily Miller Currently in the United States, Native American and Alaskan Native women face a disproportionate amount of gender-based violence, mostly perpetrated by non-Native men. The federal laws and Supreme Court decisions regarding tribal … [Read more] about The Epidemic of Violence Against Native American Women