Two Foresters were among the hundreds of track and field athletes competing at the 2010 NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Marion, Indiana.
Huntington University men’s coach Russ Lawson is pleased to announce Sean Scott from Darvel Scotland as the latest member of the 2010 incoming class.
Fort Wayne Area Youth for Christ has selected Larry Lance, a Huntington University alumnus and Board of Trustees member, as its new executive director.
Huntington University men’s soccer coach Russ Lawson has announced that Granville Christian High School standout, Kyle Geiss, has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at HU this fall.
As a four-year member of the Indian’s tennis and baseball teams,
Sparks earned All-Conference honors the past three years in tennis.
Huntington University soccer coach Russ Lawson has announced that Webster Christian High School senior, Tyler Holbein, has signed his letter of intent to play soccer at Huntington University this fall.
Huntington University soccer coach Ryan Burgher has announced that Erin Hatfield of New Castle Chrysler High School has signed her national letter of intent to continue her education and playing career at HU this fall.
Jackson Community College’s Chris Hudson has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Huntington University this fall. As a freshman for the Jets last year, Chris helped anchor the back line while gaining valuable collegiate experience.
Three Christian journalism students will receive scholarships from the Evangelical Press Association during the 2010-2011 academic year.
Even though commencement on May 15th marked the end of another school year for most students, two track and field athletes have one final test known as the 2010 NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships.
The Indiana CPA Society takes an active role in providing financial assistance to encourage accounting careers and promote financial educational activities for Indiana students.
Huntington foresters are one of the five-teams being hosted by California Baptist University.
The Foresters fall to 31-21 and into the loser’s bracket at 9 a.m.
Wednesday against the loser of College of Idaho and Maddona.
Rob Hahn beat out five Indiana University students for an esteemed internship at Amazon.com, the nation’s largest online retailer.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has
officially announced the 46 qualifiers for the 2010 NAIA Baseball
National Championship Opening Round.
Huntington University honored 276 graduates today during the 112th Commencement ceremonies.
In the final outdoor track meet of the season, eight Foresters competed in the Dr. Keeler Invitational at North Central College.
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for May were Sharon Woods, director of financial aid, and Polly Tribolet, accounts payable clerk.
Huntington University education majors are finding teaching positions after graduation, despite the volatile marketplace.
The Foresters stormed through the 2010 MCC Baseball Tournament with a
perfect record to claim the tournament championship.
Jan Boggs will speak about “Running Effective & Productive Meetings” during the final Huntington University Leadership Luncheon of the school year on May 19.
Brian Leslie and Eric Carter are two of Huntington University’s four students who will be graduating on May 15 with Master of Arts degrees in youth ministry leadership. This is the first class to graduate from the program.
Julie Goetz, coordinator of online education, has been named Huntington University’s 2010 Staff Member of the Year.
Huntington University women’s tennis coach Roger Ferguson has announced that Sturgis High School senior, Stacie Cressman, will be continuing her education and tennis career as a Forester this fall.
Huntington University men’s tennis coach Roger Ferguson has announced
that Jose Hungria has signed his national letter of intent to join the Forester
program this fall.
The Huntington University students, faculty and staff contributed more than 11,450 volunteer hours this year in the greater Huntington and Fort Wayne communities.
The Mid-Central Conference (MCC) has announced its softball post-season
awards for the 2010 spring season.
Bob Kaehr, director of library services, will be retiring from Huntington University on May 31 after 34 years of service to the institution.
The Huntington University women’s soccer team has signed one of the top strikers from Northern California.
The Mid-Central Conference (MCC) has announced its baseball post-season
awards for the 2010 spring season.
Ichthus Ministries will present a one-day festival event in the Fort Wayne area on Sept. 25.
After pulling two upsets on the first day of the MCC conference
tournament, the #5-seeded Foresters put together a solid second day
The 39th annual Huntington University Forester Night celebrated the accomplishments of students from across campus, as well as the recognition of the Foresters of the Year, the Alpha Chi Award and the Professor of the Year. The event was held May 4.
Huntington University softball coach Doug Gower announced that Bellmont
High School senior standout, Katie Knous, has signed her National Letter
of Intent to continue her softball career at Huntington University next
112th Commencement to be held May 15
Huntington, Ind.—Huntington University will award master’s, bachelor’s and associate’s degrees to 276 graduates and two honorary degree recipients during the 112th commencement exercises at 3 p.m. May 15 in the Field House of the Merill
The Rock Hop & Roll tour’s stop in Grand Rapids, Mich., on April 18 brought in 750 pounds of food for the needy.
The Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi National Scholarship Honor Society presented six Huntington University students with the 2010 Alpha Chi Honor Award on May 2.
The Foresters competed in the Mid-Central Conference Track & Field Championships where the women finished fifth and the men were seventh.
The Foresters completed a four-game sweep over the University of Saint
Francis by picking up two wins on Saturday at Cougar Field, 11-0 and
7-5, to close out regular season play.
The Foresters (19-19) dropped two to Robert Morris University, 3-2 and