The Huntington University volleyball team has added a local product to its roster for next season with the signing of Huntington North High School standout Josie Beaver.
Huntington University athletic director Lori Culler has announced that HU is partnering with USA Track & Field to host the 2014 USATF Junior Olympic Regional Meet slated for July 10-13 at King Track & Field Stadium.
A $1 million grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. is creating new entrepreneurial opportunities for students at Huntington University (HU) as well as individuals across Northeast Indiana. The grant, which is part of the Endowment’s Initiative to Promote Opportunities Through Educational Collaborations, will enable HU to expand and enhance its existing entrepreneurial program and create new opportunities through Fast Forward, HU’s new entrepreneurial program.
The HU women’s basketball team remained perfect in league play with a 72-49 win over Spring Arbor University (5-3, 1-1) Wednesday evening at Platt Arena.
Dr. John Noble has been named the recipient of Huntington University’s research fellowship. He was recognized with this honor because of his research into the literary and theological significance of the figure of Ishmael in the Abrahamic covenant.
The Huntington University women’s basketball program and head coach Lori Culler have announced their first 2014-15 recruit with the signing of Belmont High School standout Alexus Rockwell.
The 14th-ranked HU men’s basketball team extended its win streak to 10-0 with a 75-62 road win over Spring Arbor University (5-6, 1-1) Tuesday night.
Huntington University's herbarium is one of the oldest and largest of any Christian college in the Midwest. Today, because of the work of Dr. Collin Hobbs, assistant professor of biology, the university’s herbarium is now listed on a national registry.
The Forester bowling teams spent part of their Thanksgiving break competing in the National Collegiate Team Match Games (Tier I) in Illinois where the women finished 14th and the men came in 31st.
The Huntington University men’s basketball program has inked its second 2014-15 recruit with the signing of Heritage Hills High School standout Devon Merder.