Huntington College’s Thornhill Nature Preserve will present a program on low-impact camping on Tuesday, March 5, at 7:00 p.m. Eva Webb will explain Leave-No-Trace (LNT) camping techniques. She will also discuss trail foods and camping equipment.
Huntington College welcomes Second Lieutenant Bryan Miller as the guest conductor for BandFest 2002. Commander Miller is currently the Commander and Conductor of the Air National Guard Band of the Midwest.
The Huntington College softball team will host Kids’ Night Out on Saturday, March 2. Activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. and conclude by 9:30 p.m. All children from the ages of 6 to 14 are invited to attend.
The Huntington College Women's Auxiliary will hold its Spring Breakfast Saturday, March 16, at 9 a.m., in the Habecker Dining Commons. Jeannie Myers, owner and manager of Town and Country Flowers, will give a talk entitled, "Bouquets, Bouquets, Bouquets...from the Garden to your Table."
Bob Howell will hold an artist workshop at Huntington College on Friday, March 8, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., in conjunction with his ceramic exhibit at the Robert E. Wilson Gallery that has been displayed since February 11. The public is cordially invited to attend the free workshop followed by an artist reception that evening.
Huntington College will offer a new bachelor’s degree in environmental science next fall. The new environmental science major will be an interdisciplinary blending of biology and chemistry.
Johnson City, Tennessee will be welcoming eight Huntington College athletes next week. Track and field coach Tom King will watch his athletes who met national qualifying marks during the indoor season compete at the NAIA Indoor National Track and Field Championships from February 28-March 2. The Forester contingent will debut three individuals on the national scene and will be led by two previous national runners-up.
Have you ever wanted to capture the essence of God’s message through the Bible to the contemporary world? Huntington College will offer a new EXCEL workshop, Survey of the Bible, starting Monday, March 4, that will help students do just that.
Eleven Huntington College Communication students were honored at the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) national convention in Nashville, Tennessee, February 16-19. Each year, students of Dr. Lance Clark, Assistant Professor of Communication, enter their original radio and television productions into the national competition of Intercollegiate Religious Broadcasters (IRB), a subdivision of the NRB. Five of the nine entries from Huntington College earned high honors in the 2002 competition
Sixty high school seniors were welcomed onto the Huntington College campus Friday, February 15, to be honored with the most prestigious academic award at Huntington College. Each individual was awarded a Presidential Scholarship of $5,000 on the first annual Presidential Scholar Celebration Day. The Presidential Scholarship at Huntington College is the highest honor bestowed on an incoming student and can follow the student through his/her academic years at HC.
Huntington College has joined the NAIA’s (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) Champions of Character initiative. The Champions of Character initiative creates an environment in which every NAIA student-athlete, coach, official and spectator is committed to the true spirit of competition through five core character values: respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership, and sportsmanship.
"Sign of Love," an essay by Dr. Todd Martin, assistant professor of English at Huntington College, was selected to be broadcast by Indiana Public Radio in the "Catch the Love Bug" 2002 Writing Contest.
The Robert E. Wilson Gallery of the Merillat Centre of the Arts at Huntington College hosts “In Harmony,” a ceramic exhibit by Bob Howell. The exhibition will be displayed from February 11-March 8, 2002. Admission is free and the gallery is open to the public weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and before all Merillat Centre performances. An all-day artist workshop followed by an artist reception in the evening will be held on March 8.
Principal musicians of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra, including the popular Freimann String Quartet, will present a mid-winter concert at Huntington College on Tuesday, February 19, at 8 p.m. The concert will be held in the Merillat Centre of the Arts’ Longaker Recital Hall.