Back by popular demand, Denver & the Mile High Orchestra will perform at Huntington College Tuesday, February 10, 2004. The concert will be held in Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts at 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Todd Martin, assistant professor of English at Huntington College, will present the next Forester Lecture on Thursday, February 12, 2004.
The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of January 19-25, 2004. Women’s basketball junior Jessah Martin and men’s basketball senior Derek Yoder earned the honors for their outstanding efforts during the week.
The Robert E. Wilson Gallery in the Huntington College Merillat Centre for the Arts is pleased to host “Inspirations from Nature,” an art exhibit by Teri Fuller O’Brien and Mary Hettmansperger.
Interested in learning to paint with watercolor? Ken Hopper, Huntington College assistant professor of art, will teach Introduction to Watercolor Painting, a spring Gateway course in the Excel Program for Adults at Huntington College.
The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of January 12-18, 2004.
Huntington College and the Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service will host Marilyn Laszlo, a former Wycliffe Bible translator, as a speaker for this year’s Service Emphasis Week.
Money is a very personal subject to most people. That’s why Huntington College business graduate Jeff Dieringer takes time to listen to his clients about their investments.
Rebecca Coffman, assistant professor of art, currently has two exhibits on display in Indiana. "Spirited Vessels," a solo art exhibit featuring a variety of her work, is open at Indiana Wesleyan University until January 30.
The Huntington College Theatre and Music departments are proud to present The Pirates of Penzance, a W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan show, on January 30 and 31, and February 6 and 7.
Chemistry professor Dr. Ruth Nalliah offers instruction to Lane Allen in the chemistry lab.
With all the fad diets on the market and many traditional New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, a Huntington College January-term class is focusing on the healthy way to control body weight.
Dr. Patrick Eggleton oversees instruction during a home-school class. The class that day used mathematical equations to attach small teddy bears to "bungee cords" and catapult them from the third floor of Science Hall.
The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of January 5-11, 2004. Men’s basketball junior Adam Bontreger earned the honors for his outstanding efforts during the week.
Huntington College will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit April 26-28, 2004, by a team representing The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges.
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., Huntington College will host a commemorative service on January 19, 2004.
Huntington College has established a new program to promote acknowledgement and recognition of the outstanding efforts of faculty and staff members.
Jim O’Donnell, associate professor of business and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, will present, “2004 Economic Forecast,” at the Huntington College Foundation Breakfast Series on Wednesday, January 14, 2004. O’Donnell was an executive with a national mutual fund company prior to teaching at HC, and since then, his annual economic prognostication has become a Breakfast Series favorite.
Though second semester does not begin until January 26, many Huntington College students are participating in courses on- and off-campus throughout the next three weeks.