Eight pre-law students from Huntington University participated in their first mock trial competition with the American Mock Trial Association Feb. 23-24 at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind.
Huntington University will host a visit day for all digital media and arts majors on March 7.
The March Foundation Breakfast will explore the current state of the economy for both Huntington County and the City of Huntington.
Head coach Doug Gower and the Huntington University softball team have announced the latest addition to the 2013-14 Forester roster with the signing of Worthington Christian standout Caylan De Lucia.
The Huntington University women’s basketball team has added a local product to its roster for next season with the signing of Bluffton High School standout Gina Eisenhut.
For the second time in as many seasons, sophomore Gretchen Spahr will be heading to Geneva, Ohio later this week to compete in the 33rd annual NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships to take place February 28 – March 2 at the SPIRE Institute.
With the cold and snow of Indiana keeping the Foresters from stepping foot onto Forest Glen Park, the HU baseball team (0-3) headed south to Kentucky over the weekend to open their season. The Foresters dropped a pair of games to host St. Catharine College (8-6), 7-3, 8-6, before losing to the University of Northwestern of Ohio (3-5), 4-3.
The Forester track and field teams brought home three top finishes from the Fred Wilt Memorial Indoor Invitational hosted by Anderson University on Saturday at Kardatzke Wellness Center. The men finished 2nd out of 15 teams while the women tied for 3rd out of ten teams.
Chef Parkpoom Kotcharat from Thailand will be visiting Huntington University from 5 to 6:45 p.m. March 4 to prepare a special dinner for students, faculty and staff.
After knocking off No. 1 Indiana Wesleyan Wednesday night, the 8th-seeded Foresters men’s basketball team couldn’t recover from the Trojans’ hot shooting behind the arc, losing to 5th-seeded Taylor University 81-75 Saturday afternoon at Odle Arena in semifinal action of the Crossroads tourney.
The HU women’s basketball team’s quest for its third conference tournament title was cut short Friday night at Luckey Arena when top-seeded Indiana Wesleyan University handed HU a 64-53 loss in the semifinals of the league tourney.
Huntington University will host a visit day for all theatre majors on March 1.
It was a David and Goliath story of sorts Wednesday night at Luckey Arena as the 8th-seeded Huntington men’s basketball team toppled top-seeded Indiana Wesleyan University 81-69.
Two Huntington University were recognized in the 2013 Indiana Association of School Broadcasters’ College Broadcasting Competition Awards.
Huntington University in partnership with the Northeast Indiana Alumni Directors Consortium (NIADC) is once again collecting Easter baskets and Easter items to donate to SCAN (Stop Child Abuse and Neglect).
Tuesday was the type of game one has come to expect in the opening round of the Crossroads League tournament between the #4 and #5 seeds. It was a battle to the bitter end with the lower-seeded HU women’s basketball team (18-12) outlasting Taylor (21-10) for the 69-65 win.
Bowling in the largest USBC Collegiate event of the season, the Forester women’s bowling team needed a strong showing in order to qualify for sectionals and Bischoff’s crew did just that to place 30th overall out of 55 teams.
Huntington University is hosting a luncheon on March 9 to update the community on plans to open a campus in Peoria, Ariz. As a special treat, HU’s Executive-in-Residence Jim O’Donnell will give a report on the economy and financial strategies for the year.
After scrapping its way to a fifth-place finish in the Crossroads League, the Huntington University women’s basketball team had three Foresters honored by the conference.
The Crossroads League announced its postseason awards for the 2012-13 basketball season and amongst the list of honorees was Huntington University junior Shane Merryman.
Sophomore Gretchen Spahr shattered the HU record in the 5,000 meter run by over 25 seconds Saturday afternoon at the DePauw Indoor Classic.
The HU women’s basketball locked in as the No. 5 seed in the conference tourney with a 70-60 win over Spring Arbor University Saturday afternoon at Bockwitz Court.
The Cougars of Spring Arbor University (21-9, 11-7) snapped the Huntington University men’s basketball team’s four-game win streak Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena by handing the Foresters (16-14, 7-11) a 75-58 loss to close out the regular season.
Huntington University’s digital media arts students shined at the Fort Wayne ADDY Awards Saturday night, taking home 13 student golds and eight student silvers in the annual creative advertising contest.
The Huntington University men’s basketball team has added a local product to its roster for next season with the signing of Huntington North High School student-athlete Kalvin Miller.
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for February are Sandy Marion, admissions receptionist, and Dr. Kent Eilers, assistant professor of theology.
Future Foresters are invited to come to Huntington for an overnight visit on Feb. 22-23.
Huntington University’s Joe Mertz Center will host a Service Emphasis Week beginning Feb. 18. Throughout the week, students and community members will have the opportunity to get involved through several volunteer opportunities.
Written by “The Light in the Piazza” playwright Craig Lucas, “Reckless” is a tale marked with vivid characters that Rachel meets along the way.
Huntington University will host a visit day for all visual arts majors on Feb. 21.
Five Huntington University students competed in the seventh annual I-69 Collegiate Innovation Challenge this past weekend.
It was senior night and fittingly so, the trio of senior guards in Allison Greene, Lauren Meese and Sarah Miller-Jennings made sure their Foresters (16-12, 8-9) came away with a convincing 84-47 win over the Maple Leafs of Goshen College (3-26, 1-16) Wednesday night at Platt Arena.
The 8th Annual Huntington University High School Art Exhibit will be held in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery on campus from Feb. 27 to March 12.
It was the second year in a row that Huntington University students made the trek to Chennai, India, to serve in an all-girls orphanage, and it was a trip that will continue to leave an impact on Huntington University and its students for years to come.
Shane Merryman exploded for 35 points to lead the charge in HU’s 82-70 comeback win over Goshen College (8-20, 1-16) Tuesday night at Gunden Gymnasium.
The Huntington University Music Department will present a combined junior/senior recital by soprano Brittany Blazier and soprano Jenny Ley at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22.
Goshen native Daniel DeBoni is quickly making a name for himself in sprints this season. Over the weekend at the Taylor University Indoor Invitational, he paced the Foresters with several impressive performances.
The Forester men’s basketball team (14-13, 5-10) isn’t ready to be written off just yet. With the conference tournament less than two weeks away, HU knocked off their second top 25 opponent this week.
Since losing to the Foresters 70-65 on January 12, the Taylor University women’s basketball team has been one of the hottest teams in the Crossroads league, winning seven of their last eight outings. They continued their tear on Saturday at Odle Arena by dismantling Culler’s Huntington squad 67-41.
Huntington University’s Dr. Ji-Young Jeoung will perform a piano recital at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts on campus.
Columbia City's boys basketball program hasn't had a player pass 1,000 career points since 1976, when Brent Johnson graduated with 1,074.
Poor shooting in the first half doomed the Forester women’s basketball team as they suffered a 65-56 loss to the #15 Bethel College Pilots (21-6, 11-4) Wednesday night at the Wiekamp Center.
Dr. John Noble has been named the director of the Centre for Non-Western Studies at Huntington University.
Huntington University’s Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service will host a blood drive from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 20 in the upper level of the Habecker Dining Commons on campus.
The Forester men’s basketball team has three wins over top 25 teams but none was bigger than Tuesday night’s 61-59 victory over conference foe Bethel College at Platt Arena.
The Center for Non-Western Studies would like to welcome Dr. Michael Press for a special lecture on Feb. 19.
Huntington University will host a visit day for all history majors on Feb. 8.
Huntington University is once again inviting all alumni and friends to Faith and Family Night at the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. Come out March 2 as the Mad Ants take on the Idaho Stampede and then stay for a concert by Attaboy immediately following the game.
In their second indoor meet of the season, the HU women finished fifth and the men took seventh at the Joe Banks Invitational at Ohio Northern University on Saturday.
Huntington University will host a visit day for all nursing majors on Feb. 8.
Huntington University will host a visit day for all perspective math and natural sciences majors on Feb. 8.
After a subpar first half, the Foresters nearly doubled their productivity in every offensive category in the final twenty minutes to steal a 64-58 road win from the Cougars of Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
Amidst a sea of pink, the HU women’s basketball team picked up a 55-51 win over the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Cougars (7-18, 4-10) and even more importantly honored 17 breast cancer survivors at halftime of the fifth annual Huntington University Pink Out.
This past weekend the Forester bowling teams headed to Columbus, Ohio, to compete in the Buckeye Baker Classic hosted by Ohio State University at the HPL Bowling Center where the women finished 11th and the men finished 17th.