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04/28/2001
Huntington College’s Thornhill Nature Preserve will present program about Pond Care on Saturday, April 28, 2001 at 10 a.m. The program is free and open to the public.
04/27/2001
Top Huntington College sophomores will be honored for their academic efforts by the Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi, an interdisciplinary national honor society for college students. A reception is planned for April 29 in the home of the President of college, Dr, and Mrs. G. Blair Dowden for the top eight students in the sophomore class. Parents and friends were invited to attend.
04/27/2001
Huntington College’s First Annual Concerto Concert will be presented Friday, April 27, at 8 p.m. in the Merillat Centre for the Arts auditorium.
04/26/2001
Huntington College seniors, Julie Dungan, Tonya Lonsbury, and Amanda Lucich present their senior art presentation “Interactions.” The Display can be seen during the Huntington College Senior Art Exhibit this April 30- May 19 in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery.
04/26/2001
This Thursday Huntington College inducts their charter members to Lambda Phi Eta, the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association. Huntington’s chapter will join the nearly 300 chapters of Lambda Pi Eta worldwide who recognize academic excellence and a commitment to the field of communication in their students.
04/25/2001
The second semiannual Huntington College High School Mathematics Competition occurred April 25, 2001 in the Habecker Dining Commons at Huntington College. Nine area high school teams met to compete for individual and team awards for their demonstration of mathematical ability. The teams were comprised of Hamilton Southeastern High of Fishers, Huntington North High of Huntington, KASH (Kokomo Area Schools at Home) of Kokomo, Maconaquah High of Bunker Hill, Marion High of Marion, Northfield High of Wabash, North Miami High of Denver, Oak Hill High of Converse, and West Noble High of Ligonier.
04/20/2001
Business students at Huntington College will soon be able to earn their bachelor’s degree in three new specializations. Beginning Fall 2001, new concentrations in e-commerce, not-for-profit management, and small business management will become a part of Huntington’s growing business program.
04/20/2001
Huntington College Senior John Wait of Lake Odessa, Michigan calls for more focused criteria to be used to judge product advertising. On Tuesday, April 17, John presented research from his paper, “The Case for Virtue in Marketing,” to the Indiana University, Purdue University Fort Wayne Student Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium.
04/20/2001
Huntington College Senior John Wait of Lake Odessa, Michigan calls for more focused criteria to be used to judge product advertising. On Tuesday, April 17, John presented research from his paper, “The Case for Virtue in Marketing,” to the Indiana University, Purdue University Fort Wayne Student Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium.
04/20/2001
Beginning Fall 2001, new concentrations in e-commerce, not-for-profit management, and small business management will become a part of Huntington’s growing business program.
04/19/2001
Over the last several years Katherine Rohrer, assistant professor of education at Huntington College, has dedicated much of her energy to understanding Holocaust survivors’ stories and making them known to anyone who will listen. In recognition of her expertise and desire for further study, she has been awarded a fellowship to attend the Institute on Holocaust Jewish Civilization to be held at Northwestern University June 17-29, 2001.
04/19/2001
Over the last several years Katherine Rohrer, assistant professor of education at Huntington College, has dedicated much of her energy to understanding Holocaust survivors’ stories and making them known to anyone who will listen. In recognition of her expertise and desire for further study, she has been awarded a fellowship to attend the Institute on Holocaust Jewish Civilization to be held at Northwestern University June 17-29, 2001.
04/19/2001
Huntington College will host its third semi-annual High School Mathematics Competition on Wednesday, April 25. Dr. Patrick Eggleton, associate professor of mathematics, along with his math education students at Huntington College, have coordinated this competition to support and encourage the achievements of high school mathematics students.
04/19/2001
Huntington College’s 103rd commencement exercises will be held Saturday, May 19. A baccalaureate service for graduates and their families will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Merillat Centre for the Arts. History professor Dwight D. Brautigam will present the baccalaureate address. Commencement exercises will begin at 3:00 p.m. on the Alumni Plaza, weather permitting. Senior Pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas Texas, Dr. Tony Evans, will present the 2001 commencement address on the subject, “The Kingdom Agenda.” The public is cordially invited to attend commencement.
04/09/2001
The RichLyn Library at Huntington College will present the fifth in its “Focus on Excellence” lecture series on April 30 at 8:00 p.m. The featured speaker will be Dr. David Rahn, professor of educational ministries and director of the Link Institute for Faithful and Effective Youth Ministry. Rahn will address “Contagious Faith: Empowering Student Leadership in Youth Evangelism.” The program is free and open to the public. The presentation will be of particular interest to clergy, counselors, and youth workers.
04/06/2001
Huntington College’s chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma, the national college athlete honor society, will conduct its fifth annual induction ceremony on Sunday, April 8 at 3:00 p.m. on the upper level of the Habecker Dining Commons.
04/06/2001
Julia Duin of The Washington Times will speak at Huntington College Thursday, April 19 at 8:00 p.m. in the Merillat Centre for the Arts auditorium. The presentation is part of this semester's Forester Lecture Series at the College. The lecture, entitled “Working Out of Washington: Life in the World’s Largest Media Contingent” showcases Duin’s breadth of reporting experience covering religious and “culture war” topics worldwide.
04/06/2001

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04/06/2001
Julia Duin of The Washington Times will speak at Huntington College Thursday, April 19 at 8:00 p.m. in the Merillat Centre for the Arts auditorium. The presentation is part of this semester's Forester Lecture Series at the College.
04/04/2001
The Huntington College Foundation will host its next monthly breakfast on Wednesday, April 11, 2001. Dr. Ann McPherren, chair of the Business and Economics Department, will share the results of her study on the economic impact of Huntington College on Huntington County.

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