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Smith examines British policy toward Burma, Vietnam, Cambodia and Kashmir in new book
Smith examines British policy toward Burma, Vietnam, Cambodia and Kashmir in new book Dr. Tim Smith will release his newest book, “Vietnam and the Unravelling of Empire: General Gracey in Asia 1942-1951” in the U.S. on Oct. 22. The book was published in the United Kingdom on Oct. 15.
Lake City Bank donates $2,500 to ag program
Lake City Bank donates $2,500 to ag program Lake City Bank has given Huntington University a $2,500 donation to support the college’s new Institute for Agricultural Studies. “Helping Huntington University launch an agriculture program is just one way Lake City Bank can support the ag industry in Indiana,” said Joe Kessie, the bank’s senior vice president.
Visiting Executive Seminar to address demographics
Visiting Executive Seminar to address demographicsHuntington University will host a Visiting Executive Seminar on Oct. 24 to discuss the impact of the world’s changing demographics.
HU to host occupational therapy preview day
 HU to host OT preview day Huntington University will host a preview day for the doctoral program in occupational therapy on Oct. 27.
Sen. Donnelly visits HU, discusses new ag program
Sen. Donnelly visits HU, discusses new ag programU.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., visited Huntington University’s campus on Oct. 9 to meet with university officials about the institution’s new Institute for Agricultural Studies.
Foundation breakfast to focus on economy
Foundation breakfast to focus on economy Speakers at the Huntington University Foundation breakfast on Oct. 9 will focus on local economic development efforts and the state of the region’s economy. The speakers will be Mark Wickersham, Huntington County Economic Development director, and John Sampson, CEO of the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership.
Three alumni honored at HU’s Homecoming
Three alumni honored at HU’s Homecoming Huntington University honored three alumni at today’s Homecoming luncheon for their work in advancing the institution’s mission to impact the world for Christ.
Alpha Chi honor society inducts 21 new members
Alpha Chi honor society inducts 21 new membersHuntington University inducted 21 new members into the Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi during a convocation held Friday during Homecoming festivities at the university.
HU crowns 2014 Homecoming court
HU crowns 2014 Homecoming court Today, the Huntington University student body named its Homecoming court. Seniors Ashish Dhingra of Haryana, India, and Becca Perhai of Port Huron, Mich., were crowned king and queen during this evening’s coronation ceremony.
2,400 Noble County students to visit HU’s campus
2,400 Noble County students to visit HU’s campus Wednesday, Oct. 1, Huntington University will host 2,400 elementary school-aged students from Noble County who are participating in the Walk into My Future event sponsored by the Noble County Promise.
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