After suffering a disappointing loss to host St. Xavier University the previous day, the Foresters (9-5) responded with a 70-55 victory over Spring Arbor University to take third place in the eight-team Christmas tournament.
Huntington University’s January Term will offer six off-campus and 23 on-campus classes, giving students a chance to delve into a single subject in-depth. The term begins on Jan. 7 and ends Jan. 23.
The NAIA Division I 8th-ranked St. Xavier Cougars (9-3) proved too tough for the Foresters (8-5) as they ran away from HU for the 93-65 win in the second round of the St. Xavier Christmas tournament.
The battle went back and forth, but it was the Foresters (8-4) who eventually won the war upsetting the NAIA Division II 13th-ranked Cardinals of William Jewell College 58-52 in the opening round of the St. Xavier University Christmas Tournament.
.—“Walking with Arthur,” a book by Huntington University professor James O’Donnell, is now available in French.
The Huntington University Foundation will present Jim O’Donnell’s 2007 economic review and 2008 economic forecast for the Decatur Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 14. His presentation is titled “The Sub-prime Mess, Falling Dollar and Sky High Oil – Does 2008 Even Have a Future?”
The Huntington University Foundation will present Jim O’Donnell’s 2007 economic review and 2008 economic forecast for the Wells County Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development on Jan. 10. His presentation is titled “The Sub-prime Mess, Falling Dollar and Sky High Oil – Does 2008 Even Have a Future?”
The Huntington University Foundation will present Jim O’Donnell’s 2007 economic review and 2008 economic forecast for the Columbia City Area Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 8.
Jim O’Donnell will present his 2007 economic review and 2008 economic forecast as part of the Huntington University Foundation Breakfast Series on Jan. 9.
The Indiana Arts Commission announced today that the Individual Artist Grant Workshop originally scheduled for Dec. 17 and cancelled due to poor weather has been rescheduled for Jan. 3.
The Workforce Development Division of the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce recently presented Huntington University with a Gold Award.
Senior social work majors at Huntington University completed two major projects during the fall semester as a part of their experiential learning in macro social work.
Huntington University's Department of English will host Dr. Larry David Smith, associate professor of communication studies at Ball State University.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of Dec. 10-16.
In a game that resembled a track meet more than a basketball game, it was the run and gun style of NAIA Division I 24th-ranked Olivet Nazarene University (10-3) that gave the Tigers enough cushion to withstand a late Forester (7-4) surge and hang on for the 111-100 win.
Recipients of the Huntington University Peer Award for the month of December are Margaret Pasko and Dr. Terrell Peace.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of December 3-9, 2007. Men’s basketball junior Kyle Benge earned the honor for the second consecutive week.
The NAIA Division II third-ranked Cougars of St. Francis shot 61% in the second half to spoil any hopes of a Forester upset as St. Francis topped HU 66-50.
The Huntington University Foresters (7-2, 1-0) turned a four-point lead into a 16-point cushion with a late 12-0 run to put away Marian College (7-1, 0-1) and win their Mid-Central Conference opener 73-57.
Huntington University’s efforts to create a more ethnically and racially diverse campus have resulted in a partnership with Youth for Christ and the joint hiring of the director for the Horizon Leadership Program, Amber Brown.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of Nov. 26-Dec. 2.
The Huntington University Foresters (6-2) used a stingy defense to overcome a slow start and down Malone College 56-47.