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HU student film receives “Best of Fest” and “Best Actor”
Redshift, a film produced by Huntington University students, took home “Best of Fest” and “Best Actor” at the Windy City International Film Festival on June 30 in Chicago, Illinois.
Writer, director and editor Benjamin Crane; producers Zachary McIntyre and Joseph Walls; and actors Chris Holder and Kelsey Jaffer represented the film at the festival. The first-year festival showcased 76 films, both short and feature length, and had over 100 filmmakers and actors in attendance.
“It was very humbling receiving this award,” Crane said. “No one in our team expected our film to be called up. Family is something I deeply care about, and…
HU ranked #13 for affordability in the Midwest
Huntington University has been ranked #13 by Christian Universities Online’s (CUO) recent ranking, “25 Most Affordable Christian Colleges &…
HU ranked #8 by TheologyDegrees.org
Huntington University has been ranked #8 by TheologyDegrees.org’s recent ranking, “The Top 50 Christian Colleges and Universities…
HU women’s basketball recognized by WBCA
HUNTINGTON, Ind. - The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced its annual Top 25 Team Honor Roll and for the 13th time since…
HU claims 15 NAIA Scholar Teams
HUNTINGTON, Ind. - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced that 1,658 athletic programs have earned the…