It was another tough loss for the Huntington men’s tennis team Wednesday afternoon as they suffered a 9-0 loss to Grace College to move to 0-2 on the season.
The HU men’s soccer team’s season opener didn’t go as Coach Lawson and his squad had hoped as the Foresters came up blank on the scoreboard to suffer a 2-0 loss at Holy Cross College Wednesday afternoon.
Washington Monthly has ranked Huntington University 5th among Indiana’s baccalaureate colleges. In addition, the magazine named HU 4th among Hoosier schools in the Best Bang for the Buck list of baccalaureate institutions.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry has declared today as Huntington University Occupational Therapy Day. The university launches its first doctoral program in occupational therapy with 32 new students today.
Cassie Kasicki and Morgan Demisderfer represented the Forester women’s tennis team in the top flight of the Marian University Doubles Tournament on Saturday where they won the consolation bracket.
The Higher Learning Commission has granted Huntington University reaffirmation of its regional accreditation.
New this fall Huntington University athletic director Lori Culler has announced that all home soccer games, both men’s and women’s, and all home volleyball games will be video-streamed through HU’s YouTube channel.
Kaitlyn Dreman’s goal at the 53:26 mark wasn’t enough as the Forester women’s soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Concordia University (Mich.) Thursday afternoon.
The HU men’s tennis team opened up the season Thursday afternoon at Wildwood Racquet Club with a 9-0 loss against one of its toughest opponents on the schedule in Cardinal Stritch University.
For the seventh year in a row, The Princeton Review has named Huntington University one of the best colleges in the Midwest.
With just over a week's worth of practice, the Forester women's soccer team hit the road to notch a 2-1 win over Rochester College (Mich.) Wednesday afternoon in its season opener.
Huntington University has partnered with community organizations to orchestrate its first collaborative youth ministry conference. The conference aims to aid in developing relations and unity between area ministry leaders.
Huntington University is set to launch Indiana’s first faith-based agriculture program, thanks to a $100,000 gift from an anonymous donor. The recent matching gift initiates the creation of HU’s Institute for Agricultural Studies for fall of 2014, with a goal of offering its first program in agribusiness in fall 2015.