Huntington University’s EXCEL Adult Degree Programs will offer a Saturday course on Beginning Microsoft Access.
The Brand Innovation Group (Big) of Fort Wayne recently won 13 ADDY® awards, 10 for marketing materials created for Huntington University.
Spring break in San José, Costa Rica, wasn’t a vacation for the Foresters who participated in the week-long mission trip. Eight people went on the trip, including six Huntington University students and one faculty member and his daughter.
For the second year in a row, the Huntington University softball team boarded a plane headed for a spring break full of competition. This year’s spring break trip destination was Tucson, Ariz.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of March 23-29.
The Forester men's tennis team split a pair of matches to open their
The Foresters are making a statement early in the MCC season by knocking
off NAIA 9th-ranked Spring Arbor University.
The Foresters were shut out in both games of a doubleheader with Madonna
University falling 5-0 and 2-0 to the Crusaders.
The Foresters traveled to Lexington, Virginia to compete in the VMI & Washington and Lee Carnival and had four individuals qualify for the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships May 21-23.
Huntington University softball coach Doug Gower announced that
Manchester High School standout, Katie Bowers, has signed a Letter of
Intent to play softball and volleyball for the Foresters next year.
Huntington University softball coach Doug Gower announced the addition
of Twin Lakes High School senior, Abby Dilling, to his 2009-10 roster.
Stacie Rawnsley, a senior from Fishers High School, has signed a Letter
of Intent to compete for the Forester softball program next year.
The Foresters took down the NAIA 9th-ranked Cougars of Spring Arbor
University 3-2 in the first game and then fell 3-1 in the nightcap.
The Forester softball team went one and one on the day against Siena
Heights University. After winning game one 6-2, HU fell to the Saints
4-3 in a close contest.
Huntington University will highlight the artistry of four seniors through the Graduating Visual Arts Majors Exhibit. The following artists will exhibit their senior projects in the show: Keri Badenhop, Emily Farmer, Cassandra Lehman and Angela Morgan.
The Huntington University Foundation’s April 8 breakfast will feature Amber Brown, director of the university’s Horizon Leadership Program.
Dr. Carolyn Lytle of Developmental Pediatrics from the Riley Hospital for Children will give a seminar titled “A Pediatrician’s Journey from Los Angeles County General Hospital to Riley Hospital for Children: 2000 Miles over 20 Years” at 4 p.m. on April 3 in Hiner Hall of the Science Hall at Huntington University.
The Foresters started out the MCC season with two tough losses falling
3-2 and 4-2 to Marian College on Tuesday.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the Division II women's and men's basketball awards for the 2008-09 season with four Huntington University Foresters among the list of honorees.
The Foresters opened their MCC conference schedule in convincing
fashion by sweeping Goshen College 11-0 and 12-1.
Huntington University men’s soccer coach Russ Lawson announced that Isaac Beal of Greenfield, Indiana will join the Forester program this fall.
Seven Huntington University senior social work majors were assigned to local agencies and prepared grants for them in the fall of 2009.
Huntington University women’s soccer coach Ryan Burgher added the eighth member to his incoming 2009 recruit class, Caley Lambert, from Siloam Springs, Arkansas.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of March 16-22.
Huntington University women’s soccer coach Ryan Burgher continues to bolster his first recruiting class with the addition of Sam Barclay, a senior from Western High School in Parma, Michigan. Barclay is the daughter of Kevin and Jill Barclay.
The Foresters won two of their final three games on their spring break
trip in Florida.
A partial men's and women's track squad competed at the Wabash College J. Owen Huntsman Relays to open their outdoor season.
The Huntington University Theatre Company will present “Scapin” at 7:30 p.m. on April 2-3 and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. on April 4 in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts.
The Foresters went 2-1
with a 6-0 loss to NAIA 5th-ranked Dickinson State to begin the day
followed by a 12-4 win over Cardinal Stritch and a 10-4 victory over
This summer, the Huntington University Department of Theatre Arts will host its fourth Huntington University Summer Theatre Youth Camp.
Hastings College used a five-run fifth inning to take command of the
game and held off the Foresters' rally attempt for the 6-3 win.
Oak Hill High School standout, Lauren Meese, has signed a Letter of Intent to continue her basketball career at Huntington University next fall.
Huntington University’s EXCEL Adult Degree Programs recently had more than 40 full-time and adjunct faculty present for an EXCEL faculty development experience.
Recipients of the Huntington University Peer Award for the month of March are Susie Burson and Martha Smith.
Huntington University freshman Ben Swartz is selling necklaces to raise money for orphanages overseas.
Eight Huntington University social work majors attended the 10th annual Social Workers Legislative Education and Advocacy Day (LEAD) in Indianapolis on Feb. 18.
The Foresters used a five-run sixth to put some distance between
themselves and William Woods and finished with the 7-1 victory to move
to 5-7 on the season.
The Foresters put three more in the win column with a 9-1 victory over
Mayville State, an 8-0 shutout against Trinity Christian and a 3-2 win
in eight innings over Missouri Valley.
Sarah Yanovitch, a freshman vocal performance major at Huntington University, placed first in the freshman women’s division of the Great Lakes Regional NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) competition held March 7 at Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio.
The HU softball team opened their spring season in Tucson, Arizona and
split a pair of games with a 10-0 win over Trinity Christian College and
an 8-2 loss to Minot State University.
On March 26, the Huntington University Center for Leadership will sponsor a Leadership Luncheon open to business and community leaders.
On day two of their spring break trip to Daytona Beach, the Foresters
went 1-1 against William Woods University.
Huntington University will host a Visiting Executive Seminar on March 27 at 8:30 a.m. in the Habecker Dining Commons.
Linda Merino, along with her husband Dr. Larry Merino, will be the guest speakers at the Huntington University Women’s Auxiliary spring semester breakfast 9 a.m. on March 28 at the Habecker Dining Commons. “Here Come the Gypsies: Understanding the Ethnic Group” is the theme of their presentation, which is open to the public. Both men and women in the community are welcome.
The Foresters (3-6) put on a hitting clinic against Olivet Nazarene
University pounding out 20 hits including eight for extra bases in a
Huntington University senior Lauren Davenport scored her 1,000th point during the Foresters’ first-round game in the Division II National Tournament of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Thursday, Huntington defeated the Jamestown College Jimmies 64-54 and advanced to a second-round game at 3:30 p.m. (CST) today against Davenport University of Grand Rapids, Mich.
Davenport University (Mich.) held Huntington University to 34 percent shooting from the field in a 72-56 defeat of the Foresters in the second round of the 2009 NAIA Div. II National Basketball Tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.
Today the Huntington University women’s basketball team volunteered at the Boys and Girls Home and Family Services, Inc., of Sioux City, Iowa. The team is in Sioux City for the Division II National Tournament of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Senior Lauren Davenport helped the Foresters sidestep the Jamestown (N.D.) Jimmies 64-54 in first round action at the NAIA Division II Women’s National Basketball Tournament with her game-high 19 points and five steals.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of March 2-8, 2009.
The Foresters collected 18 hits and scored in each of the seven innings
to rout the Trolls of Trinity Christian 17-6 in their second game of
the Missouri Baptist tournament.
Two Huntington University seniors, Lucas Beach and Nick Johnson, brought home NAIA All-America honors after finishing fourth in their respective events at the NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships.
Missouri Baptist University scored early and often to take down the
Foresters (1-5) 11-6.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has released its bracket for the 18th Annual NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championship.
The Foresters (1-4) traveled to Kentucky to face Campbellsville
University fell twice to the Tigers 4-2 and 9-3.
Seven Huntington University track and field athletes will compete in the NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships being held in Johnson City, Tenn.
The Northeast Indiana Alumni Directors Consortium is hosting its annual Easter Basket Drive through March 31.
The Forester Lecture Series will continue on March 12 with David Moran. The event will be held at 7 p.m. in the Zurcher Auditorium of the Merillat Center for the Arts.
The Huntington University Foundation’s March 11 breakfast will feature Steve Leeper, assistant professor of digital media arts.
The Huntington University Athletic Department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of Feb. 23-March 1.
After seven ties and 14 lead changes, it was NAIA Division II 16th-ranked Huntington University who earned the hard-fought 65-60 victory over 25th-ranked Taylor University to claim the program’s first Mid-Central Conference Tournament title in 15 years