student life news

Tan elected new student body president
In a record-breaking election on March 7, Huntington University junior Aron Tan won his dream job — student body president.
Representing cultural differences
Representing cultural differencesDuring the Feb. 20 chapel service, students will share their heritage and faith in Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Korean and other languages represented by Huntington University’s international students.
Friesen Center to sponsor Service Emphasis Week Feb. 4-6
Friesen Center to sponsor Service Emphasis Week Feb. 4-6Huntington University’s Friesen Center for Volunteer Services will host a Service Emphasis Week beginning Feb. 4-6. Throughout the week, students and community members will have the opportunity to get involved through several volunteer opportunities as well as hear how Huntington community members are serving.
Classes still on for Tuesday, Jan. 28
Classes still on for Monday, Jan. 27The university will be running its mini-buses throughout the day for students who have longer trips to class such as the PLEX and Loew-Brenn. Students, check your HU email for bus schedules.
Baker students beat world record for longest Four-Square marathon
Baker students beat record for longest Four-Square marathonSeven members of Baker Hall beat the Guinness World Record for consecutive games of Four Square by playing the game for 31 consecutive hours. The old record was 29 hours straight, set by Argentinian college students in 2009.
Huntington University partners with Mad Ants to present Faith & Family Night
Huntington University is once again partnering with the Mad Ants to present Faith and Family Night. Come out Feb. 1 as the Fort Wayne Mad Ants take on the Canton Charge and then stay for a concert by Sevenglory immediately following the game.
Multicultural Activities Council to present screening of ‘Invictus’
The Multicultural Activities Council at Huntington University is continuing its Diversity Film Series at 8 p.m. Jan. 20 with a screening of “Invictus.”
Love in little places
Love in little placesA group of six Huntington University students traveled to Piedmont from Oct. 11-15 to work with World Renew Disaster Response to provide the region with disaster relief efforts after a 2008 flood decimated the town.
HU students launch club to promote creativity
Huntington University’s digital media arts students have launched a new club to give students the opportunity to share ideas and discuss upcoming projects.
Students rebuild lives over Fall Break
Students rebuild lives over Fall BreakEight hours away from the campus in Huntington, Ind., a group of students, accompanied by faculty members, will work to provide disaster relief to the small town. The students have partnered with World Renew Disaster Response Services for the trip, and are being housed by the First Baptist Church for their stay from Oct. 11-15.
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