Wenatchee Valley College transfer Hillary Pulse is the latest addition to the Huntington University volleyball program.
Huntington University professor Bryan Ballinger took first place in the Indiana State Fair photo contest sponsored by the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Huntington University sophomore soccer player Kaitlyn Dreman (Centennial, Colo.) as earlier this month she along with her Colorado Rapids Women teammates were crowned the U-20 North American Champions.
From the sound expertise of Indiana Jones to the animation of VeggieTales, these two film professionals will inform and entertain at this year’s Fandana Film Festival on Aug. 10-11 at Huntington University.
The Huntington University volleyball program has announced that Brianna Keen has signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and playing career at HU this fall.
Huntington University volleyball head coach Amy Settle has announced the addition of Harold L. Richards High School standout Codie Morey to her 2012 roster.
The graduate counseling program at HU not only gives students Christ-centered training in all classes, but offers them the possibility of a spiritual direction minor.
Students in the research methods class were able to work with the residential program of Fort Wayne, Indiana’s Hope Alive, Inc., through an assignment from Dr. Michael Cook, associate professor of counseling.
When LifeSpring Counseling Center first opened in the fall of 2009, Dr. Jerry Davis worked to make it known in the community.
Huntington University’s graduate assistantship program, now running for three and a half years, provides benefit to students as well as to the university.
In May 2011, 12 students completed Huntington’s graduate counseling program, and within a few months, all had secured jobs in their desired fields of work.
The RN to BSN program through Huntington University’s Adult Degree Programs is a valuable asset to nurses looking to further their education.
Three students in Huntington University’s Adult Degree Programs joined with a local non-profit in Columbia City, Ind., to reduce the number of babies born in Whitley County with low birth weight.
Join the Huntington University digital media arts faculty and students from 1-4 p.m. July 28 at J.K. O’Donnell’s Irish Ale House in Fort Wayne as they showcase some of their best in short animations, live action films and documentaries.
Two Huntington University media guides were recognized as top ten in the nation in the annual publications contests conducted by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics-Sports Information Directors Association (NAIA-SIDA).
Emily O’Leary, a standout multiple-sport athlete from Hebron High School, has signed a letter of intent to continue both her bowling and softball careers at Huntington University this fall.
Jack P. Barlow Sr., associate professor emeritus of history and political science, entered heaven on Feb. 10. During his 32 years on the Huntington faculty, he was a mentor, distinguished scholar and trusted friend to many students, faculty and staff.
America’s favorite pastime isn’t just America’s favorite pastime. Ask the people of Masaya, Nicaragua. They are crazy about their baseball. And who better to attest to that than a group of Huntington University baseball players who were a part of the craze for several weeks in January.
Four years ago, Huntington University had its own dream: To cultivate a campus environment reflective of the kingdom of heaven where every nation and tribe, every tongue and people are fully embraced and represented. On May 12, the university saw the fruits of its labor as the first of the Horizon students graduated.