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Dr. Norris Friesen, vice president and dean of Huntington College, will introduce new faculty members at the September Foundation Breakfast on Wednesday, September 8, 2004.
04The Foresters opened their season at the Judson College Tournament on the weekend by facing the NAIA preseason 10th-ranked Mid-Continent College Cougars and fell 6-0.
The Forester Lecture Series will present Mr. John Vining, distinguished Huntington College alum and published author.
On Saturday, August 28, close to 300 individuals will spread throughout the community for the 11th Annual Volunteer Plunge.
Huntington University will host a farewell reception for Mr. Ned Kiser, vice president of advancement, on Tuesday, August 30, 2005.
For the tenth consecutive year, U.S.News & World Report has ranked Huntington College among the best comprehensive colleges in the Midwest.
For the second time in as many years, Huntington College will serve as an avenue to helping orphans and street children in Romania. The College will serve as a collection site for The WBCL Radio Network’s Romania Likewise Project.
The Huntington College Graduate School of Christian Ministries announces its 2004 fall semester classes.
Schall said Huntington College provided the keys to unlocking his dreams – a solid, values-based academic program, professors that took an individual interest in his goals, and opportunities to gain hands-on experience in his chosen field.

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