The Forester women's basketball team (13-9, 5-5) poured in 45 second half points to push past Taylor...
For the second time in three outings, the No. #22-ranked Forester men's basketball team (18-6, 6-4) picked up a pivotal 68-61 MCC overtime road win...
The Foresters competed at the Trine University Indoor Track Invitational where both the men and women finished third in their respective standings...
The February Foundation Breakfast at Huntington University will explore the most recent trends in the field of mental health.
Holding Lourdes College (11-15) to a season-low 38 points, the #22 HU men's basketball team (17-6) cruised to a 72-38 victory...
Huntington University senior guard, Tyler Shively, was named the Mid-Central Conference Player of the Week...
Looking to hand the Knights of Marian University (12-7, 3-6) their first home loss of the season, the 20th-ranked Huntington University Foresters...
After just one semester of being open, the Huntington University LifeSpring Counseling Center has had a significant impact on the community.
Lakewood Park Christian School standout, Jensen Carnahan, has signed a national letter of intent to continue her volleyball career at HU...
Huntington University’s Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service will host a blood drive from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 2 in the upper level of the Habecker Dining Commons.
The event will spotlight Christian-Muslim relations, the fight against modern human slavery, and local volunteer opportunities.
Up against the #5 team in the nation, the Forester women's basketball
team (12-8, 4-4) gave the University of Saint Francis (18-4, 7-1) all
they could handle as the Cougars escaped with a 65-63 win at the Hutzell
Athletic Center on Wednesday evening.
In an exciting end-to-end match, the Foresters (2-2) came up short with a 2-1 loss to the Indiana Tech Warriors.
Featuring two of the top 20 teams in NAIA Division II, #20 Huntington
University Foresters (15-6, 4-4) dropped a 85-83 decision to the
visiting #12 Cougars of Saint Francis (17-5, 6-2) in Tuesday night’s MCC
Visual Arts professors along with adjunct faculty with display works in a variety of mediums, including paintings, photography, ceramics and silk screen printmaking.
It was “a day on, not a day off” as Huntington University celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day today.
In a game that pitted the top two free throw shooting teams in NAIA
Division II, it was the Foresters (15-5, 4-3) that
knocked down 26 free throws in the second half to slide past Spring
Arbor University (11-11, 3-5) 83-78 on Saturday afternoon.
With a decisive 70-43 win over the Cougars of Spring Arbor University
(8-13, 2-6) on Saturday afternoon, the HU women’s basketball team (12-7,
4-3) not only picked up their fourth MCC win of the season, but jumped
into the top half of the conference standings.
For the Rev. Michael Caley, his connection to Huntington University has spanned several different roles.
It’s known as the Core — the liberal arts center of all education at Huntington University.
People always ask him how an English major got into finance. He tells them it was quite simple. The liberal arts.
Huntington schools Superintendent Tracey Shafer will examine the development of 21st Century workforce skills during Huntington University’s Leadership Luncheon.
From Nov. 23 to Dec. 9, the Huntington University Department of Visual Arts will present an art exhibition by Elaine Hollaar, Nora Majors and Abigail Smith in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery, located in the Merillat Center for the Arts.
Huntington University women’s soccer head coach Ryan Burgher has
announced that Erin Barclay has signed a national letter of intent to
continue her playing career at Huntington University this fall.
The Forester men's and women's track teams opened their indoor season at
the Joe Banks Invitational at Ohio Northern University on Friday with
both teams finishing third in the team standings.
The Huntington University women’s basketball team will host a “Pink Out”
at 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 12 at the University’s Merillat
Physical Education and Recreation Complex.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has
announced that a total of 387 volleyball players have been named 2010
Daktronics-NAIA Volleyball Scholar-Athletes.
As any athlete would agree, being good at your sport doesn’t just happen. Just ask former Forester basketball player Betsey Bean.
Stacks of books fill an office tucked away on the Huntington University
campus. As the Rev. Bill Fisher sat there, looking around the room, he
pondered the gravity of his decision.
Ever since he was younger, Phillip Hall dreamed of becoming an animator and bringing characters to life.
Mike Perkins didn’t need a college degree to launch his career. He wanted to
finish college, and Huntington was the perfect fit.
Trista Rose (Guillaume) Miller had studied to be a psychologist for five
years, but changes made her have to fall back on other skills
developed along the way.
Kelly Savage is the vice president of human resources of a worldwide
company, but when she first came to Huntington, her dreams were more
down to earth.
My liberal arts education began at the intersection of 18th and Vine, the Jazz District in downtown Kansas City, Mo.
Drama, drama, drama. That was Sam Ward in college, but now, he’s all about the music.
Ashley Minix, a senior at Rochester Community High School, has signed a
national letter of intent to continue her education and soccer career at
Father and son climb Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for clean water wells in Africa.
Jim O’Donnell’s forecast was slightly better than the weatherman’s this
morning at the Huntington University Foundation’s breakfast.
Playing with a full roster for the first time in over a month, the
Forester women's basketball team (11-7, 3-3) shot 51 percent for the
game to grab a 75-64 win over the Maple Leafs of Goshen College (4-16,
Fourteen Huntington University students attended the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival during Jan. 4-10 at Michigan State University in Lansing, Mich.
Juana Watson, the senior adviser for Latino, immigrant, ethnic and international affairs for the State of Indiana, will add “Indiana’s Latino Community, Past and Present” during the Forester Lecture Series at Huntington University on Jan. 25.
The Forester men's basketball team (14-5, 3-3) got back on track Tuesday
night with a 76-60 win over the Maple Leafs of Goshen College (7-12,
Huntington University junior guard, Sarah Miller, was named the Mid-Central Conference Player of the Week for the week of January 10-16, 2011.
Huntington University nursing and education students are on a cross-cultural encounter to the Bahamas this week to volunteer in a nation of need, but to also learn from the experiences.
During J-Term, Huntington University nursing and education students aided Haitian refugees in the Bahamas.
Three games in a week proved to be too much for the six-player Forester
squad (10-7, 2-3) as they ran out of steam in the second half and
dropped a 64-58 decision to the Pilots of Bethel College (12-7, 4-2) on
Playing in one of the toughest conferences in the country, the HU men's
basketball team (13-5, 2-3) suffered their second consecutive MCC loss
by dropping a 80-73 decision to Bethel College (13-7, 3-3) on Saturday
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 16-22: Emily Holliday and Mitchell McDonald
The Battle Creek Bombers announced the rehiring of assistant coach Thad
Frame. Frame spent the 2010 summer season coaching the Bombers’ hitters
Huntington University will host a lecture to honor the legacy of Dr. King as well as recognize the impact that he had on the world.
Shooting nearly 60 percent for the game, the 12th-ranked Wildcats of
Indiana Wesleyan University (15-3, 4-0) remained unbeaten in MCC play by
edging the #17-ranked Foresters of Huntington University (13-4, 2-2)
99-98 Thursday evening at Luckey Arena.
Fans who were at the MCC matchup between Huntington University (10-6,
2-2) and Indiana Wesleyan University (15-2, 4-0) on Thursday night got
their money's worth.
Former HU women’s basketball standout, Chanda (Reeves) Cooley, was
recently one of eighteen women named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of
Fame’s 2011 Silver Anniversary Team.
The Forester women's basketball team (10-5, 2-1) got off to a good start
in 2011 by stealing a 84-79 overtime thriller from the Lancers of Grace
College (10-6, 1-2) in the first MCC match-up of the year on Tuesday
The #24-ranked Foresters (13-3, 2-1) pick up their second MCC win of the year, by toppling
the #17 Lancers of Grace College (10-6, 1-2) 76-67 in the friendly
confines of the Merillat Complex on Tuesday evening.