Finals week is here upon us. The late nights, cramming, and stressing can be a thing of the past if you plan accordingly and breathe. -Plan it Out. Figure out your finals schedule. Make a list of everything you need to accomplish and when they need to be completed by. Start with the item that’s due first and work your way down the list. -Divide and Conquer. Divide your studying up into chunks. Review throughout the week so you are not cramming … [Read more] about Finals Week Survival Guide
America’s favorite Olympian is returning to competitive swim. It seems as if winning 22 medals, 18 of them gold, has left this competitive athlete to wonder if his time is really up. Rumors have floated around for months that Michael Phelps was planning a … [Read more] about Phelps Returning To The Pool
As graduation nears, seniors at Vanguard University find themselves in a tussle as they race towards the finish line of their undergraduate career. Graduating puts an end to a certain chapter and opens another in uncharted waters. For senior Leigha Bednar, … [Read more] about Graduation Woes
Ashleigh Anderson has been playing basketball since she was five years old. Though she did not join track until her sophomore year in high school, she now holds the title of being a two sport collegiate athlete. Anderson started as a shooting guard for her … [Read more] about Ashleigh Anderson: A Multifaceted Athlete
With only a few weeks left until finals, you may be looking for a little bit of a break to ease your mind from studying and writing papers. Be apart of the First Annual Taste of Balboa this weekend on Sunday, April 13th, from 11am-4pm in the Balboa … [Read more] about Balboa Hosts First Annual “Taste of Balboa”
In today’s society, everything is about winning. Winning is infectious and once you have a taste of it, and you will do whatever it takes to continue to be on top. However, not everybody can be a winner. We learn this lesson early on in life. When it comes to … [Read more] about Upside of Losing
UPDATE: As of Monday, March 24th, it has been declared by Malaysia's Prime Minister that the missing flight went down in the Southern Indian Ocean, according to the New York Times. Officials of Malaysia Airlines have began sending text messages to families of … [Read more] about Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 Vanished
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar put it best when talking about birth control: “It’s something I would eventually love. In the meantime, I just borrow all my friends’ kids. It’s seriously the best birth control in the world. I’m so tired afterwards, I’m like, … [Read more] about Abortion Record Low
Is it summer yet? It’s that time of year again, and you are tired of being that pasty winter white and ready to have that summer glow. People in Orange County typically have the stereotype of being tan all year. People are not waiting for the sun to come out … [Read more] about Nice Tan or Huge Scam?
With the Superbowl ending and a month before March Madness begins, sports fans across the nation will be tuning into the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The XXII Olympiad will begin Friday, February 7th and will end Sunday, February 23. The Winter … [Read more] about The XXII Olympiad Preview
Last year’s 1st team NAIA All-American, Nicole Ballestero, averaged 21 points a game on the women’s basketball team. As the Lady Lions enter conference play, Ballestero is starting the season off strong, averaging 22 points a game. Ballestero was born and … [Read more] about It’s In Her Blood: Nicole Ballestero
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13:34-35 The Bible commands us to love one another. As Christians we are set … [Read more] about Club of the Month: Live2Free
It has been a heated debate over the last few decades. Do NCAA college athletes deserve compensation for their image used by universities and the NCAA? Some say that paying amateurs will wreck college sports, others believe that if college athletes are being … [Read more] about Ball Rolling to Pay College Athletics
The gun control debate has become more heated as a result of recent events. Both sides of the political spectrum have strong opinions about the downhill spiral that the US has seemed to find itself in. More and more mass shootings are happening and a solution … [Read more] about A Violent Past?
Every athlete cringes when hearing the word “Achilles injury”. For most athletes this injury tends to be the ending of your career. All your ambitions, hopes, and dreams put to a halt. Achilles tear or rupture is one of the hardest injuries to come back from. … [Read more] about Achilles Injury: Game Changer or Life Changer