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Junior Kendra Stahl scored a career-high 17 points on 8-12 shooting to lead the Foresters (9-5) to a 60-40 win over Spring Arbor University (4-11). With the victory, HU won the consolation bracket of the St. Xavier Christmas Tournament.
The Foresters (8-5) bounced back from an opening round loss in the St. Xavier University Christmas Tournament to defeat Siena Heights University (9-5) 81-67. 
After going 1 for 13 from behind the arc in the 1st half, the University of St. Francis, IL Saints (9-7) used a barrage of three-pointers to overcome a 13-point half-time deficit and hand the Foresters (7-5) an 85-81 loss in the opening game of the St. Xavier Christmas Tournament.
Jim O’Donnell will present his “2007 Economic Forecast” at the Huntington University Foundation Breakfast Series on Jan. 3.
The 2007 edition of Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges will include the names of 20 students from Huntington University who have been selected as national outstanding campus leaders.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will release a newly redesigned special recognition license plate for Huntington University on Jan. 1.
The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll has recognized Huntington University for volunteerism locally and in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of Dec. 11-17: Jessah Brumbaugh
In a hard-fought contest that saw 12 ties and seven lead changes, it was the Huntington University Foresters (7-4) that outlasted a tough Malone College (9-3) squad for the 64-60 victory.
Huntington University senior social work majors enrolled in the Social Work Practice III class conducted a community needs assessment for the Huntington County Council on Aging as a part of their course requirements to acquire skills needed in Macro Social Work.
Dr. Dave Rahn, professor of youth ministries at Huntington University, visited LeaderTreks on Nov. 2 where he shared the importance of student leadership development to a gathering of youth workers from the Chicagoland area.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of Dec. 4-10: Alex Kock earned
The Huntington University Foundation will present Jim O’Donnell’s “2007 Economic Forecast” for the Wells County Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 4.
HU freshman forward Jenna Donaldson scored 24 points on 9-12 shooting, including 6-7 from behind the arc to lead the Foresters to the 79-64 win over Indiana University South Bend.
Recipients of the Huntington University Peer Award for the month of December are Paul Hirschy and Dr. David Woodruff.
Taylor University (8-3) held the Foresters (5-4) to 12 second half points and 18% shooting to run away with a 70-37 rout. 
Nov. 3-5, 15 Huntington University students immersed themselves in urban culture through the 10th annual Urban Plunge.
Amber Hirschy, a 2005 Huntington University graduate, is living in Cambodia, immersing herself in a new culture and impacting her world for Christ. 

Huntington University students previously had to choose between two concentrations in the exercise science program, but changes in the department will give them the best of both worlds.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athlete of the Week for the week of Nov. 27-Dec. 3: Alex Kock
A young HU squad (5-3, 1-2) gave NAIA 18th-ranked Bethel College (10-0, 3-0) all it could handle for 35 minutes, but the Pilots got enough offense from their big guns down the stretch to foil the Foresters' upset bid 81-73.

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