The Huntington University Foundation will celebrate Christmas with stories and songs of the season at its Dec. 10 breakfast.
The Huntington University Concert Choir and Orchestra will join forces with the Community Festival Chorus in the 54th annual Huntington performance of Handel’s “Messiah.”
Signs and Wonders, the Huntington University film club, will show one feature film this week that is a part of the club’s music-themed film month.
After being tied at halftime, the Huntington University Foresters’ defense limited Indiana University South Bend (IUSB) to just 16 second half points to win 59-43 and remain perfect on the season at 8-0.
Dr. G. Blair Dowden, president of Huntington University, will be the featured speaker at a leadership luncheon at noon on Dec. 4 at the Wabash Friends Church, 3563 South State Road 13, Wabash.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of Nov. 17-23.
Emmanuel Community Church is hosting a free concert featuring rock band Attaboy and indie-rock newcomer The Fabulous at 7 p.m. on Dec 5.
Music meant to celebrate the spirit of Christmas will be performed by Huntington University’s Department of Music.
High school and college students recently experienced a Community Action Poverty Simulation presented by the Huntington University Student Activities Board and the Department of Social Work.
Huntington University will present “Mr. Scrooge” at 9 p.m. on Dec. 5 and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 6 in the Studio Theatre of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
The Foresters were among 32 teams competing for the NAIA National Cross Country title in Kenosha, Wisconsin today and HU ran to a 10th place finish with a team score of 308.
Foresters head to NAIA Nationals
This morning the NAIA 8th-ranked Forester men's cross country team departed for Kenosha, Wisconsin where they will participate in the NAIA National Championship on Saturday at 11:45 a.m. HU is making a return trip to the event after earnin
Huntington University’s Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service and the Huntington County Chapter of the American Red Cross will sponsor a blood drive that is open to the community from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Dec. 3 in the lower level of the Science Hall.
Huntington University Student Senate will put up decorations on campus this winter to celebrate the season and spread Christmas cheer to students, faculty and staff as well as the Huntington community.
In an effort to restock local food bank shelves for the upcoming holidays, area schools have joined together to support a fundraiser called “Faces of Hunger—Bowls of Change.”
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of Nov. 10-16.
Huntington University junior forward, Jenna Donaldson (Auburn, Ind., DeKalb High School) earned her second Mid-Central Conference (MCC) Player of the Week honor of the season for the week of November 17-23.
The Huntington University 16-member cheerleading squad is opening its upcoming cheer clinic to 4-year-olds. Originally, the cutoff age was 5. The clinic will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 on Nov. 22 at the Merillat Complex for Physical Education and Recreation.
Huntington University and Ivy Tech Community College have signed an agreement that will streamline the process for students transferring from Ivy Tech’s Associate of Science in business administration program to Huntington’s Bachelor of Science in business administration program.
Patrick Davis and Ben Hopper, graphic design majors at Huntington University, will show their capstone achievements in photography and web design during their senior exhibit.
A sizable delegation of students and faculty from Huntington University participated in the recent meetings of the Conference on Faith and History held at Bluffton University in Ohio, Sept. 17-20.
Paul Buzzard, Starlet (Yoder) Myers, John Ngure Ngigi and David Porter will be inducted into the Huntington University Hall of Fame on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2008.
Signs and Wonders, the Huntington University film club, will be showing two films this week that are a part of the club’s music-themed film month.
Seniors Rebekah Posegate and Deanna Repic will present “Collected Stories” by Donald Margulies as their senior theatre project at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 22 in the Studio Theatre of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. Admission is free.
It was the first road trip of the season for the 23rd-ranked Foresters as they traveled to Grand Rapids to face NAIA Division II 24th-ranked Aquinas College. This time it was HU that prevailed 66-65 in overtime.
Fort Wayne pastors Keith Reynolds and Joe Johns will speak at the upcoming Conference on Christianity, Culture and Diversity in America, taking place at Huntington University on Nov. 14-16.
In the opening round of the Mid-Central Conference tournament, the
Foresters headed to Upland for a re-match of last Wednesday's match
against Taylor University.
Huntington University junior forward, Jenna Donaldson (Auburn, Ind., DeKalb High School) was named the Mid-Central Conference (MCC) Player of the Week for the week of November 3-9.
Julie Goetz, coordinator of online education, passed the Peer Award to Dr. Beth Burch. Burch is associate professor of biology and has been with HU for 15 years.
Dr. John M. Perkins, founder of the John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation and Development Inc., will speak at the Conference on Christianity, Culture and Diversity in America on Nov. 14-16, hosted by Huntington University.
Huntington University awarded the 2008 Mother and Father of the Year during Parent Weekend on Nov. 7-8. Students submit essays about their parents to be reviewed by the Huntington University Parent Council which then selects the Parents of the Year.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of Nov. 3-9. Women’s basketball junior Jenna Donaldson and men’s cross country senior Nick Johnson earned the honors for their outstanding efforts during the week’s competitions.
With just 16 seconds separating the Forester men from a Mid-Central Conference Championship a year ago, the HU harriers left no doubt as to who the best team was this season winning the title by 18 points over the defending champs Indiana Wesleyan.
After upsetting NAIA Division I Georgetown College the night before, the Huntington University Foresters came back in their second game of the Huntington Classic and upended Judson University 76-56.
In the first game of the Huntington University Classic, the Foresters hosted 18th-ranked NAIA Division I Georgetown College and came away with a 78-73 upset over the Tigers.
Mike Frame, coach of the Huntington University Forester baseball team, will be inducted into the Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame.
Heading into the match, the Foresters (16-15, 1-7) knew they would have
their hands full against Taylor University who was bringing a 7-0
conference record to the Merillat Complex.
It was opening night at the Merillat Complex for the Huntington University Foresters (1-0) and they came away with a 67-53 win over Indiana Institute of Technology (0-1).
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of Oct. 27-Nov. 2.
The Foresters (16-14) hosted their own tournament on the weekend and
dropped two of their three matches.
A bad loss to Indiana Wesleyan University back in late September was obviously on the minds of the Foresters as they headed to Marion to take on the Wildcats in their first round MCC Tournament game.