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Tucker Quayle, son of former United States Vice President Dan Quayle, will speak on "Growing Up in the Shadow of the White House" at the Huntington College Foundation's annual dinner on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2000 at 6:30 p.m.
Award-winning Christian artist Fernando Ortega will present a concert on Friday, October 6, at 8 p.m. in the Merillat Centre for the Arts at Huntington College. Ortega will be joined by special guests Michelle Tumes and Andrew Peterson. Tickets are $14, $12 and $10, with special discounts for students and seniors. Tickets are available from the Merillat Centre Box Office, (260) 359-4261.
Huntington College announced today that Jill Eltzroth has been named cheerleader coach.
Huntington College has broken enrollment records for the seventh consecutive year. The current student headcount stands at a record 942, representing a 63% increase in the student body since 1993 when the current enrollment strategy was put in place.
The Huntington College Auxiliary will hold its Fall 2000 Breakfast Saturday, September 23, at 9 a.m., in the Habecker Dining Commons. Community women are invited to hear Cynthia Wartzok, artistic director of the Pulse Opera House in Warren, Ind., who will present a program about the Pulse Opera House, its history, current projects and the cast's recent trip to Germany with the show "Dames at Sea."
Dr. Howard Whaley, recently retired dean of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, assumed his new responsibilities as Huntington College's interim president this week. Whaley will fill the post during the sabbatical of HC president G. Blair Dowden.
Seven-time Grammy winner Ricky Skaggs brings his unique blend of bluegrass, pop, and country gospel to the Merillat Centre for the Arts on Friday, September 22, at 8 p.m.
Huntington College presents an exhibit of photography through September 29 in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. Picturing Faith: Religious America in Government Photography 1935-1943, offers a glimpse of American religious life during the Great Depression.
Labor Day has passed, but for more than 300 Huntington College students, today has been set aside for a unique labor of love. Again this year, new student orientation at the Christian liberal arts college includes a half-day of community service. The Seventh Annual Volunteer Plunge is sponsored by the College's Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service.
Huntington College has again been listed among the top liberal arts colleges in the Midwest by US News and World Report. The magazine's newest guide to "America’s Best Colleges" marks the sixth consecutive year that Huntington College has been ranked among the best in its class.

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