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HU to host attendees to UB National ConferenceOn Friday, Huntington University will be host to 834 attendees from the Church of the United Brethren in Christ National Conference. The conference is taking place Wednesday through Saturday at the Grand Wayne Convention Center in Fort Wayne.
HU announces 2013-14 theater seasonFour major productions are scheduled for the coming theater season. The main season will open with the beloved “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe” and conclude with the hilarious British comedy, “Charley’s Aunt.”
The Huntington University men’s soccer program and head coach Russ Lawson have announced the newest additions to its 2013-14 roster.
Huntington University Bowling Coach Jim Bischoff has added another blue chip recruit to his 2013-14 roster with the signing of Logansport High School standout Derek Beckler.
Eastside High School standout Emilio Chantaca has signed his letter of intent to bowl for the Foresters this fall.
The Forester men’s bowling program have added another recruit to its 2013-14 roster with the signing of Worthington Christian High School standout Jess Meyers.
First Questa Scholars graduateGraduates Tianna Clark of Fort Wayne; Christopher Fox of Fort Wayne; Jerod Hevel of New Haven; Austin Schenkel of Fort Wayne; Kara Sipe of Fort Wayne; Megan Storch of Fort Wayne; Jacob Willinger of Grabill; and Yoder of Leo were the first student cohort to graduate in the Huntington University Questa Scholars Payback Program.
The Huntington University History Department faculty has honored five students for their academic prowess during the school year.
Huntington University’s Friesen Center for Volunteer Service has utilized the recently added van for projects all over the county.
Huntington University students, faculty and staff contributed more than 8,440 volunteer hours this year in the greater Huntington and Fort Wayne communities.
Stephanie Morin, a senior history and public relations major, has been named the recipient of the “Best Non-Western Paper” award for 2012-13 from the Center for Non-Western Studies (CNWS) at Huntington University.
Professional Programs is now offering a Student Mentor Program to meet the growing needs of students. This program, which started Feb. 25, will provide academic support for students in the Professional Programs.

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