University honors 317 graduates
Huntington University honored 317 graduates and four honorary degree recipients today, May 18, during the 115th Commencement ceremonies.
Huntingtonian again honored for work
Huntington University’s student newspaper, The Huntingtonian, has once again been recognized for their work during the year by the American Scholastic Press Association.
Two HU students recognized with the 2013 PACE servant leadership award
Each year, Huntington University students donate thousands of hours to selflessly serve those in the community. Because of their leadership in the area of community and ministry service, 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.
Student volunteer center to be rededicated in honor of Dr. Friesen
On May 6, the Joe Mertz Center for Volunteer Service will be renamed to the Friesen Center for Volunteer Service in honor of Dr. Norris Friesen.
Local students awarded ‘Free to Dream’ from LRAP Foundation
LRAP Foundation will be awarding two high-school students from Northern Indiana with the LRAP Free to Dream Award, promising that, if their income after college graduation is low, they will receive help repaying their loans.
Five students awarded Horizon scholarship
Five incoming freshmen have been awarded the Horizon Leadership Scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year. The students will join a program that is helping to create a more racially and ethnically diverse campus.
Parkview's CEO to speak at Commencement
Parkview Health President and CEO Mike Packnett will be the keynote speaker at Huntington University’s 115th Commencement on May 18.
Stauffer elected new student body president
Will Stauffer, a junior communication studies major from Churubusco, Ind., has been elected student body president of Huntington University for the 2013-2014 school year.
Thailand chef to prepare special meal at Huntington University
Chef Parkpoom Kotcharat from Thailand will be visiting Huntington University from 5 to 6:45 p.m. March 4 to prepare a special dinner for students, faculty and staff.
Taking to the field
Two Huntington University students, Jake Essig and Isaac Beal, along with their friends, Derek Garde and Nick Streibick, will be dribbling soccer balls from Monroe, Ohio, to Toledo — a full 250-mile trip — to raise money for the homeless in Toledo.