The twelfth annual Student Art Show at Huntington College is currently on display at the Robert E. Wilson Gallery in the Merillat Centre for the Arts. The show will run until April 5, 2002.
Huntington College’s next Visiting Executive Seminar (VES) will be held on Thursday, April 11, from 8:30 a.m., to noon, in the upper level of the Habecker Dining Commons, with lunch following. Ned Kiser, vice president for advancement at Huntington College, and Jim O’Donnell, executive-in-residence at Huntington College, will lead the discussions at the seminar.
Huntington College’s EXCEL Program has just the thing to satisfy your literary interests. This spring, Dr. Linda Urschel will teach Introduction to Literature, a course designed specifically for adults. The class will begin Wednesday, April 10, from 6-10 p.m., and will run for six weeks. Registration is open through April 5.
As Spring Break approaches and most university students look forward to nothing more than a little fun in the sun, 91 Huntington College students will travel to various parts of the world to lend a helping hand and make a difference in people’s lives. Each year, Huntington College’s Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service offers service-learning trips in the United States and abroad. During this year’s Spring Break from March 23-April 1, students will travel to "Ground Zero" in New York City, Tallahassee, Fla., Toronto, Ont., Big Laurel, Ky., and Utila, Honduras.
Huntington College recently inducted five new members to Lambda Phi Eta, the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association. Huntington’s chapter will join the nearly 300 chapters of Lambda Pi Eta worldwide who recognize academic excellence and a commitment to the field of communication in their students.
Huntington College’s Music Department culminates its 23rd annual Band Clinic with a gala concert Sunday, March 17, 2002, at 3 p.m. in the Merillat Centre for the Arts. Second Lieutenant Bryan Miller of the Illinois Air National Guard will wield the baton for the afternoon's entertainment.
Huntington College is making a habit of producing NAIA All-American student-athletes. In just the last five years, athletes from the basketball and track programs have received 25 All-American honors. Six Huntington College student-athletes earned NAIA All-American honors in their respective sports for the 2001-02 winter seasons. Four basketball players and two track and field athletes earned the high honor, continuing the successes of those programs
The Huntington College golf team will host Kids’ Night Out on Saturday, March 16. 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 soccer team will host an Indoor Soccer Clinic on April 13, 2002. Head coach Steve DeCou will head up the clinic from 8:00 a.m. until noon in the field house of the Merillat Complex at Huntington College. This event is open for children ages 5-13. The cost will be $15 per child and $10 for each additional sibling.
Huntington, Ind.— Huntington College will offer guaranteed toe-tapping fun when Banu Gibson and her sextet, The New Orleans Hot Jazz bring their exceptional musicianship and highly entertaining show to the Merillat Centre for the Arts on Friday, March 28, at 8 p.m.
Huntington College’s Jennifer Herring, a senior Oral Communication and Educational Ministries double major from Caledonia, Mich., and Lauren Hines, a senior Oral Communication and Psychology double major from Wauconda, Ill., will present refereed papers at the Southern States Communication Association’s Annual Convention. The convention will be held April 4-7 in North Carolina.
Huntington College’s Tim Furry, a junior youth ministries major from Chambersburg, Pa., had the privilege of being president-for-a-day at Huntington College on Wednesday, March 13. Furry was the winner of “Operation S.W.A.P.” (switch with a president), a Student Senate fundraiser to help provide costs for Spring Break mission trips.
Huntington College’s Tim Furry, a junior youth ministries major from
Chambersburg, Pa., had the privilege of being president-for-a-day at
Huntington College on Wednesday, March 13. Furry was the winner of
“Operation S.W.A.P.” (switch with a president), a Student Senate
fundraiser to help provide costs for Spring Break mission trips.
On Friday, April 5, from 7-9 p.m., Thornhill Nature Preserve will host Joe Ricke, acoustic guitarist and singer.
On Friday, March 15, from 7:30-9:30 p.m., Thornhill Nature Preserve will host "March Star Party" along with the Fort Wayne Astronomical Society
Huntington, Ind.— The Huntington College and Anderson University concert choirs and orchestras will combine their talents in a presentation of Maurice Durufle’s Requiem on Saturday, March 29. Huntington First Church of the Nazarene will host the beloved work of music at 7 p.m.
Huntington, Ind.— Keith Freeman, a 1986 Huntington College graduate, celebrated a defining career moment on Tuesday, March 11. As head coach of the Valparaiso University women’s basketball team, Freeman led his squad to the Mid-Continent Conference’s tournament championship with a two point victory over Oakland University, 48-46. The championship earns Valparaiso an automatic bid into the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament, its first bid in 33 years.
Huntington, Ind.— Jim O’Donnell, associate professor of business and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, and Ned Kiser, vice president for advancement at Huntington College, will lead a seminar on “Thinking about War,” focusing on war in general and war in Iraq in particular. This Visiting Executive Seminar will be held Friday, March 28, from 8:45 a.m. to noon, in the upper level of the Habecker Dining Commons.
Huntington County Grant Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the March 13 Huntington College Foundation breakfast. The breakfast will serve as a kick off for the 2002 Scholarship Fund Drive.
The Department of Music at Huntington College will present the Longaker Honors Recital on March 12 at 7 p.m., in the Longaker Recital Hall of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. The recital, which showcases some of Huntington College’s finest musical talents, is open to the public.