It would be difficult to tell the kind of journey the Barkleys have taken on just by looking at them, but 2010 grads Josh and Heather Barkley barely resemble the couple they were just one year ago.
The summer of 1991 brought a new era for Huntington. It was the start of a new presidency and the beginning of many changes to come.
The call came just moments after she had received the sad news from her doctor. She answered the phone to hear a “Hello” and “How are you doing today?” It was an unexpected thank you call from a Huntington University student.
Two Huntington University legends. Two named facilities. With a combined 36 conference championships, more than 20 team national championship appearances and 76 All-America student-athletes, Steve Platt (1974) and Tom King (1974) have left their marks on Huntington athletics.
Huntington University is exploring the opportunity of opening a branch campus in the heart of Arizona.
So close yet so far. After leading through the first 18 minutes of the final stanza, the HU women’s basketball team (14-10, 6-7) came up two points short, 56-54, against the nation’s top team in Indiana Wesleyan University Wednesday night at Platt Arena.
At the Feb. 13 Foundation Breakfast, local agriculture industry representatives and Huntington University alumni career farmers will give an update on the current state of affairs.
The HU men’s basketball team gave the NAIA Division II’s 4th-ranked team all they could handle but came up short against the Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats 61-58 Tuesday evening at Luckey Arena.
Six students were inducted into Huntington University’s social work honor society Monday night.
Huntington University will overhaul its campus wireless network and add cloud printing capabilities during the summer months to greatly enhance the services available to students when they return for fall semester.
Huntington University today announced a tuition freeze for the 2013-14 academic year. The tuition freeze will apply to all incoming and returning students, including traditional undergraduates, adults enrolled in professional programs, and graduate students.
According to Coach Culler, defense wins ball games and Saturday was the perfect example as her Foresters limited the Lancers of Grace College to 16 points in the final twenty minutes on their way to a 62-43 blowout at the Orthopaedic Capital Center.
Never write off the Forester men’s basketball team. The No. 20 Lancers of Grace College learned that first hand Saturday afternoon but was able to fend off a late surge and hang on for the 81-75 win in a Crossroads battle at Platt Arena.
Huntington University President G. Blair Dowden was recognized today with one of Indiana’s top honors, the Sagamore of the Wabash.
To meet the growing needs of English learners in the Fort Wayne community, Huntington University will offer a TESOL/EL certificate through the Life Science Education and Research Consortium beginning this spring.
A self proclaimed “media missionary,” Morgan Perry will be at Huntington University on Feb. 7 to discuss the perils of sex slavery in the United States during the next Forester Lecture.
An upcoming exhibit at Artlink in Fort Wayne will feature a piece from Huntington University art assistant professor Barb Michel.
Huntington University’s physical education students will again offer a homeschool P.E. program for children ages 3 through fifth grade this spring.
The Forester track teams opened up the indoor portion of their season on Saturday by competing in the Gene Edmonds Cup at Purdue University in Lambert Fieldhouse. They were in good company, competing against the likes of IU, Purdue and Indiana State.
It was sweet revenge for the Knights as Marian University as they evened up the season series by stealing a 64-60 road win from the Forester women’s basketball team Wednesday night at Platt Arena.
The Knights of Marian University are at their best on their home court and Tuesday night was no different as they outscored the Huntington men’s basketball team by 15 in the second half to mount an impressive 82-72 win Tuesday at night at the Physical Education Center.
The Huntington University women’s basketball team will host its fifth annual Pink Out at 1 p.m. on February 2 at the University’s Merillat Complex.
Playing without a full roster, the Forester men’s bowling team tallied 6,690 pins over nine games to finish 75th at the Blue Gold Classic at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend.
The HU women’s bowling team kicked off the new year with a 37th place finish out of 52 teams at the 2013 Blue Gold Classic at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend.
The Forester men’s basketball team continues to struggle in Crossroads play as they dropped a 61-50 decisions to the University of Saint Francis Cougars Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena.
Points were hard to come by in Hutzell Athletic Center for the No. 24 HU women’s basketball team (13-8, 5-5) as they scored a season-low 42 points on their way to a 65-42 loss to the No. 9 Cougars of Saint Francis (20-2, 9-1) Saturday afternoon.
In an exhibit titled, “Faces of Haiti,” Rebekah Hubley, a 1999 Huntington graduate and adjunct professor, will share her love of the country and its people in a series of photographs.
Dr. Jean Bansemer, founder of the writing workforce company My Web Writers, will examine the importance for writers to stay active in their careers during the Forester Lecture Series at Huntington University on Jan. 31.
The three-game winning streak for the Forester women’s basketball team (13-7, 5-4) came to an end Wednesday night as No. 15 Bethel College (17-4, 7-2) escaped with a 63-55 win over No. 24 Huntington at Platt Arena.
Huntington University is offering a discount to Parkview employees on all Professional Programs.
Robert Sommers, formerly the head of financial aid at Indiana Wesleyan University, has been hired as Huntington University’s new director of financial aid.
Playing without their two leading scorers in Shane Merryman (21.5 ppg) and TJ Short (12.4 ppg), the HU men’s basketball team (12-9, 3-6) had their hands full against the 21st-ranked Pilots as they dropped a 83-65 decision to Bethel College (17-4, 8-1) Tuesday night at Wiekamp Arena.
Four Indiana athletes are preparing for the NFL’s upcoming Combine with the help of Huntington University’s BOD POD.
In a release today, U.S.News & World Report named Huntington the top private college in the state of Indiana for online education. In its 2013 list of the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs, Huntington ranked 55th of 213 schools nationally.
Hip hop, combat fighting, hobbits and X-Files. It’s all in a day’s work for Huntington University students.
The Forester men’s bowling team had a tough trip to Allentown over Christmas break. In their first two-day tournament, the Roto-Grip Keystone-Quaker Classic, HU finished 32nd out of 35 teams with a total of 6702 pins for the tournament.
Head Coach Jim Bischoff has announced that Greenwood High School (Ind.) standout Shelby New has signed her letter of intent to bowl for the Huntington University Foresters this fall.
Saturday just wasn’t the HU men’s basketball team’s day as they suffered a disappointing 70-44 Crossroads loss to the Trojans of Taylor University at Odle Arena.
The Huntington women’s basketball team overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to claim an impressive 70-65 win over 25th-ranked Taylor University Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena.
The Huntington men’s basketball wasted no time taking control of Thursday’s Crossroads matchup against Goshen College as they sprinted out to a 19-2 lead and then cruised to the 75-50 win over the Maple Leafs.
The Forester women’s basketball team (12-6, 4-3) bumped up two spots in the conference standings after its 70-50 win over the Maple Leafs of Goshen College (2-17, 0-7) Thursday evening at Gunden Gymnasium.
The Forester men’s basketball team didn’t have an answer for Chris Bellamy as the Cougar guard exploded for a career-best 38 points to fuel his Spring Arbor University squad to an 86-79 victory over HU Tuesday night at Bockwitz Court.
After over a month on the road, the Forester women’s basketball team returned home Tuesday night where they used a stifling defense to earn a hard-fought 60-44 win over Spring Arbor University.
Keith Reynolds, senior pastor of Fairhaven Mennonite Church in Fort Wayne, will present the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day address on Jan. 21.
A successful rebranding of Huntington University’s scholarship fund earlier this year has yielded a 6 percent increase in giving.
Huntington University junior Shane Merryman (Fort Wayne, Ind.) reached a significant milestone in his career as a Forester over the weekend.
Shane Merryman and the HU men’s basketball team seem to have Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s number. Saturday afternoon Platt’s squad claimed their second conference win when they handed the Cougars (8-9, 0-5) an 82-69 loss at Platt Arena.
It was a game that came down to the wire as Camaranne Myles’ running jumper with 1.7 seconds remaining lifted the Cougars of Mount Vernon Nazarene University (5-11, 2-3) past the 23rd-ranked HU women’s basketball team, 63-61, Saturday afternoon at the P.E. Center.
How can there be three Trinitarian persons but only one God? That is the question Dr. William Hasker, emeritus professor of philosophy at Huntington University, addresses in his new book, “Metaphysics and the Tri-Personal God.”
In the first of two Tier 1 holiday tournaments and four days of bowling in Allentown, Pa. over Christmas break, the Forester women’s bowling team finished 9th in the Roto-Grip Keystone-Quaker Classic at the Playdrome Rose Bowl. It marks the third top-ten finish of the season.
Huntington University junior Shane Merryman closed out 2012 as the Crossroads League Player of the Week for the week of December 24-30, 2012.
The Forester men’s basketball team saw their six-game win streak snapped Wednesday evening by 3rd-ranked Indiana Wesleyan University.
It wasn’t exactly how the No. 23 HU women’s basketball team (10-5, 2-2) wanted to start 2013 as the 2nd-ranked Wildcats of Indiana Wesleyan University (16-0, 4-0) demolished the Foresters 82-44 Wednesday night at Luckey Arena.