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The Huntington College baseball team will host Kids’ Night Out on Saturday, February 2. Activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. and conclude by 9:30 p.m. All children from the ages of six to 14 are invited to attend.
Dr. Terrell Peace, chair of the Department of Education at Huntington College, will attend the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) annual meeting in Denver from February 1-6. Peace, a member of the national board of the Association of Teacher Educators, will meet with the Board of Directors on Friday, Saturday, and Tuesday.
Dr. Del Doughty, Associate Professor of English at Huntington College, will present his paper, “The Shift from Multi-linearity to Multi-channel Sensory Input in Recent Hypertext Narrative,” at the Twentieth-Century Literature Conference at the University of Louisville, February 22, 2002.
Huntington College will present a program on hawks and other birds of prey on February 5, from 7- 8:30 p.m. at Thornhill Nature Preserve. Raptor expert Laura Edmonds will describe hawks’ habits and offer tips on how and where to see them. She will include several live birds in her presentation, including a Ruff-legged hawk, an owl, a Red-tail hawk, a Harris hawk, a Kestrel, and a Broad-winged hawk.
Building on the resounding success of last year’s hilarious opera scenes and spoofs in Who’s Afraid of the Opera?, the Huntington College Music Department will give its second annual HC Evening at the Opera on Friday, February 1, at 7 p.m., in the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
Huntington College has announced its dean’s list honorees for the 2001 fall semester. The list includes 262 students, all who earned a grade point of 3.5 or higher for the semester.
Are there any Christians left in Hollywood? In today’s society in which the entertainment industry strongly helps shape our culture’s worldview, many people may wonder that very question. Through the LA Film Studies Center (LAFSC), associated with the Council of Christian colleges and Universities, Huntington College junior Jedidiah Hutchison learned the answer to that question first hand.
Huntington College’s head baseball coach, Mike Frame, will receive special recognition Friday, January 18, at the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame Awards Banquet.
If you think art, music and theatre are only for the “artsy types,” think again. If you think television is the only way to spend an evening, think again. Huntington College will offer a new EXCEL course, Survey of the Arts, beginning February 7 and continuing through March 14. Civilizations, architecture, art, language, religion, philosophy, music, theatre and literature will come to life in this course developed specifically for adults. Classes will meet each Thursday from 6-10 p.m.

The Huntington College Music Department is now accepting registration for BandFest 2002. Members of the community can receive personalized attention from some of the nation’s finest civilian and military musicians.
Huntington College has been named one of the Great Colleges for the Real World for the second year in a row. Author Michael Viollt has chosen 201 colleges that successfully serve the needs of today’s consumer-oriented students in his book by the same name.
The Huntington College baseball team will host Kids’ Night Out on Saturday, January 19. Activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. and conclude by 9:30 p.m. All children from the ages of six to 14 are invited to attend.
Huntington College will commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on January 21, at a convocation held in the main auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. The public is cordially invited to attend the commemoration at 11:15 a.m. Rev. Carison Adams of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Marion, Ind., will speak about moving on after reconciliation.
“Keep an open mind about things and draw your conclusions only when you have a good grasp of all sides of the issue,” says Dr. Bruce Evans, associate professor of biology at Huntington College. Evans will appear as a panelist on WFWA-TV Sunday afternoon (January 13) to respond to the widely publicized PBS series, “Evolution.”

The Huntington College Computer Club will offer three introductory computer workshops as fundraisers on Saturday, January 19 and Saturday, February 2
Huntington, Ind.— The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athlete of the Week for the time spanning December 17, 2002 - January 5, 2003. Women’s basketball senior Sarah Gordon earned the honor for her excellent efforts during the Christmas break competitions.. 

After starting the season with a record of 2 wins and 3 losses, hopes for a great season were teetering on the brink, and the Foresters needed some quick answers. Coach Steve Platt felt the team was under-achieving, and NAIA First Team All-American and MCC Player of the Year, David Porter, was about to make his decision as to whether to continue with his season or red-shirt because of a summer knee surgery. What would Porter decide? Could the Foresters “right the ship” and begin playing to their potential? Would someone step up and help lead the team back to the NAIA National Tournament? Fortunately for the Foresters, each of these questions had a good answer.
Starting on January 7, a few Huntington College students will take a step back in time to explore the roots of civil rights while others will travel to Hollywood to examine the role of the entertainment industry in shaping popular culture. Still others will immerse themselves in the heart of urban Chicago while others teach environmental science at a rural camp in Michigan. These are just a few of the unusual opportunities for study offered by Huntington College during January Term 2002.

Jim O’Donnell, Huntington College executive-in-residence, will share his thoughts on the stock market and provide his outlook on the economy for the new year at the Wednesday, January 9, 2002, breakfast of the Huntington College Foundation. Before joining the Huntington College faculty, Professor O'Donnell served in upper management of the nation's leading mutual fund companies.

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