Bryan Ballinger, associate professor of digital media arts at Huntington University, received third place at the 2011 EPSON International Photographic Pano Awards in the open competition nature category for his work in panographic photography.
Three Foresters were among the hundreds of track and field athletes competing at the 2011 NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Marion, Indiana that began earlier this week.
Playing in the NAIA Men’s Golf National Championships for the second time in three years, the Huntington University golf team finished 23rd out of 29 teams to close the books on one of the best seasons in Forester history.
The kinesiology department at Huntington University recently purchased a BOD POD to offer students the most advanced means possible for measuring body composition.
Thousands of men and women loyally serve this country each year in the armed forces. As a way to say thank you, the EXCEL Adult Degree Programs at Huntington University has lowered the cost of its degree programs for active-duty military personnel.
The Huntington University volleyball program and head coach Denny Crum announced the signing of Benton Central High School standout Brittany Rooze as the latest addition to the Forester squad.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2011 Men's Tennis All-Americans and among the list of honorees was Huntington University’s Vlad Khudziy.
HU women’s soccer coach Ryan Burgher announced the signing of another top prospect from northern California. Escalon High School standout Kara McKee is the most recent addition to the Forester roster.
The NAIA has announced its spring sport Scholar-Athletes and 15 HU student-athletes representing six different teams were among the list of honorees.
Sarah Krzynowek, a senior animation
student at Huntington University, has been awarded the Student
Illustrator Scholarship to attend the 2011 Summer Conference hosted by
the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Up against #12 seeded Graceland University (IA) in first round action of the 2011 NAIA National Tennis Tournament in Mobile, Alabama, on Tuesday, the No. 21 Forester men’s tennis team dropped an 8-1 decision.
Huntington University head coach Ryan Burgher and the women’s soccer program are excited to announce the signing of Grandview High School and Colorado Storm standout Kaitlyn Dreman.
Huntington University’s EXCEL Adult Degree Programs honored 10 students and four faculty members on May 14 for their achievements during the year.
Competing in the Dr. Keeler Invitational at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, on Friday, Cendall Ogle set a new school record and qualified for the 2011 NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships.
Huntington University honored 327 graduates and three honorary degree recipients today during the 113th Commencement ceremonies.
After losing to William Woods in the opening game of the tourney, the Foresters couldn’t stave off elimination as the fourth-seeded Owls handed HU their second loss at the AUM Baseball Complex on Saturday afternoon to bring their season to a close.
They say three’s a charm and the Forester baseball team proved that true with a 2-1 win over third-seed Union University (TN) in the first elimination game of the 2011 NAIA National Championship Opening Round Friday afternoon.
Ten Huntington University graduating nursing students were honored today in a traditional pinning ceremony.
Huntington University women’s soccer coach Ryan Burgher announced the signing of Alyssa Krause from the Black Forest Academy in Kandern, Germany.
The Foresters dropped a 7-1 decision to the 4th-seeded Owls of William Woods University in the opening round of the NAIA Championships.
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for May are Sara Diehl, admissions counselor, and Pam Rudy, administrative assistant to the vice president for business and finance.
While most collegiate spring athletic teams have called it quits for the year, a handful of HU teams are just getting ready to head into their “second season.”
In 2012, Huntington University will become the first Christian college in Indiana and only the fourth in the nation to offer bowling as a varsity sport.
Mike Frame, associate director of athletics and head baseball coach, has been named Huntington University’s 2011 Staff Member of the Year.
Head coach Mark Green was named MCC Coach of the Year for the third time in five years.
Huntington University junior Molly Long was named MCC Pitcher of the Year, headlining five Foresters receiving 2011 MCC honors as voted on by the conference coaches.
The nursing the program has received full accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
The Mid-Central Conference (MCC) has announced its baseball post-season awards for the 2011 spring season. Four Huntington University Foresters were among the list of honorees.
The Forester track and field team took a trip south to Upland on Saturday afternoon to compete in the Taylor Invitational.
Huntington University broke ground today on a new outdoor basketball court. The court, which will be used for campus recreational purposes, is a gift from the senior class.
Huntington University is launching a new bachelor’s degree program in writing this fall.
The 4th-seeded Forester baseball team defended their conference tournament title by knocking off Marian University in the championship game on Saturday night.
Beginning this fall, the EXCEL Adult Degree Programs at Huntington University will offer a TESOL certificate program.
The Foresters didn’t fair quite so well on day two of the double elimination MCC tournament as they dropped a pair of games to end their run at a conference tournament championship.
A Huntington University-themed guestroom was created in the historic Charley Creek Inn in Wabash, Ind., to celebrate the connections between neighboring communities.
Huntington University women's soccer coach Ryan Burgher and JV coach Andre Laird announced the foundation of the HU junior varsity program.
The EXCEL Adult Degree Programs at Huntington University will host
“Coffee & College” at 6:30 p.m. May 24 at the EXCEL site in Columbia
City, 220 Frontage Road.
Seventeen Huntington University students-athletes have been inducted into the Chi Alpha Sigma honor society for 2011.
After wrapping up the regular season with an impressive overall record of 25-5, the Foresters headed into the 2011 MCC conference tournament at the CCAC in Warsaw as the No. 2 seed and lived up to their ranking, going 2-0 on Wednesday.
Forester Night celebrated the accomplishments of students from across campus, as well as the recognition of the Foresters of the Year, the 2011 Outstanding Scholar Award, the Impact Initiative Scholarship and the Professor of the Year.
HU used an impressive final round four-over 288 to surpass day one leader Marian University to win the 2011 MCC Conference Golf Championships at Stonehenge Golf and Country Club by two strokes.
The bracket has been released for the 2011 MCC Softball Tournament, hosted by Grace College at the City-County Athletic Complex in Warsaw, Ind...
Two students have been recognized this year with the PACE Servant
Leadership Award. The aim of this award is to promote the ideals of
servant leadership in the Huntington University community.
The MCC league office has released the bracket for the 2011 MCC Baseball Tournament, hosted by Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Ind...
In recognition of a combined 74 years of service to Huntington
University, a student award has been named in honor of retiring
professors, Dr. Francis Jones and Dr. Winfield Wetherbee.
After wrapping up regular season play with a sweep of Goshen College on Friday night, the Forester baseball team turned around to host the Maple Leafs again on Saturday for the best of three MCC Play-In-Series.
Playing in their final doubleheader of the regular season, the HU softball team came up short against non-conference foe Robert Morris University, losing both games, 3-2 and 1-0, on Saturday afternoon.
The Foresters competed in the Mid-Central Conference Track & Field Championships this past weekend and Joseph Herber earned All-Conference honors.
Playing their last match before heading to the NAIA National Championships in Mobile, Alabama, the HU men’s tennis team lost to a talented Lewis University (Ill.) team, 8-1 on Saturday afternoon.
Playing for only the second time this spring because of inclement weather, the Forester women’s tennis took one on the chin to Lewis University (Ill.) on Saturday afternoon, dropping a 9-0 decision to the Flyers.
In the last regular season conference match-up of the year, the Forester baseball team (16-22, 11-9) swept the Goshen College Maple Leafs, 4-2 and 13-6, to clinch the fourth spot in the league.
The Forester softball team (25-3) wrapped up conference play on Friday afternoon with a doubleheader sweep over the Lancers of Grace College to improve to 13-3 in MCC play and lock-in at the No. 2 spot behind Bethel.