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08/29/2005
On August 15, the Huntington University women’s soccer team gathered for preseason camp. As per normal, they began their two weeks with a lot of hard work on the practice field, bonding through soccer and a common goal to make their team the best it can be.
08/29/2005
First up to the plate for this year’s Huntington University Forester Lecture Series will be Tom Roy, the founder and executive director of Unlimited Potential, Inc., a worldwide baseball ministry.
08/29/2005
The Warriors of Indiana Tech spoiled the Foresters' home opener scoring four goals in the second half to grab the 4-1 win.
08/26/2005
Annual favorites top the list of Huntington University’s 2005-2006 Music Department schedule of performances.
08/26/2005
While growing up, Patrick Girouard’s teachers often scolded him for drawing monsters in class.
08/25/2005
Huntington University announced the signing of two local athletes.
08/24/2005
Huntington College will officially re-open as Huntington University with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and special chapel service on Thursday, September 1.
08/24/2005
Taking part in the Volunteer Plunge has become a rite of initiation for new students at Huntington University. For the past 12 years, Huntington University’s new students have participated in the Joe Mertz Center Volunteer Plunge.
08/24/2005
Jule McKanna recently accepted appointment as Visiting Instructor of Exercise Science at Huntington University.
08/23/2005
This past week the Huntington University men’s soccer program had the opportunity to travel to Tampa, Florida on a short-term mission trip.
08/19/2005
For over a decade, U.S.News & World Report has consistently ranked Huntington University as one of the nation’s best comprehensive colleges in the Midwest.
08/18/2005
The Huntington University Robert E. Wilson Gallery will feature something for everyone in its 2005-2006 schedule.
08/18/2005
This year’s community arts schedule for the Huntington University Merillat Centre for the Arts (MCA) promises to deliver big laughs, acoustic and big band sound, and Huntington’s annual Christmas favorite.
08/17/2005
Huntington University announces its Forester Lecture Series speakers for the 2005-2006 season.
08/16/2005
Scott Hippensteel has been appointed to the position of Instructor in Music at Huntington University.
08/16/2005
The Huntington University Peer Award has been passed on for the month of August.
08/16/2005
Robert Myers has been appointed as Huntington University’s new Instructor in Worship Leadership.
08/15/2005
The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced its 2004-2005 Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll for NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA and Junior College/Community College.
08/15/2005
The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced its 2004-2005 Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll for NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA and Junior College/Community College.
08/10/2005
Troy Irick has been appointed as Interim Vice President for Advancement at Huntington University, effective September 1, 2005. President G. Blair Dowden selected Irick for the position after it was announced that Ned J. Kiser will leave his post at the university to head the fund-raising and resource development operations of Asian Access, a pastor-training organization based in Japan.

08/10/2005
Ned J. Kiser will leave his post at Huntington University to join an international missions organization, officials announced today.

08/02/2005
The Huntington University Theatre Company has announced its schedule of events for the 2005-2006 season.
08/02/2005
Huntington University’s EXCEL Program will hold two informational Open Houses on Monday, August 8 and Wednesday, August 17, 2005.
08/01/2005
Carla MacDonald has been appointed to the position of Assistant Professor of Social Work at Huntington University.
08/01/2005
Stephan Leeper and Bryan Ballinger will serve as instructors for Huntington University’s new Digital Media Arts program beginning this fall.

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