Language & Communication , Ministry & Missions

Head Coverings and Wide-Brimmed Hats

Taught by Dr. Kevin Miller, Intercultural Communications is a course designed to push students out of their comfort zones and educate them on how to respectfully and effectively communicate. But why just read about how to communicate with cultures when there are so many opportunities in the Huntington and Fort Wayne area to experience them?
Alumni, HU History, Legacy

There’s More?! What’s Up with All the Names?

Welcome back to the “What's Up with All the Names?” series! In the last post, you learned about the people behind the names of HU’s residence halls and academic buildings. In this post, you will learn about the names of HU’s athletic complexes and other named spaces on campus.
Athletics, Spiritual Life, Student Life

The Forester Cause

HU’s sports teams, coaches, and student-athletes all commit to The Forester Cause, a mission statement based on Ephesians 4:12-13, “to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ. This will continue until we all come to such unity in our faith and knowledge of God’s Son that we will be mature in the Lord, measuring up to the full and complete standard of Christ.”
Alumni, HU History, Legacy

What’s Up with All the Names?

Every college has specific names for its dining halls, residence halls, and sports complexes. You may have heard of Habecker Dining Commons or Roush Hall on HU’s home campus, but what do these names mean, and who are the people behind them? This post will be dedicated to residence halls and academic buildings, and the next post in the series will focus on the athletic complex and all named spaces at HU.
Spiritual Life

Learning to (Imperfectly) Wait

I've never been a patient person. I like to be first in line, leading the way, no matter what. Waiting for change to come or an outcome to be settled drives me crazy, so I tend to rush ahead and try to solve the issue by myself, often unsuccessfully. So, if I'm writing a blog post about this, it must mean that all those patience issues are cured, right? Big hint, they aren’t.
Alumni, Language & Communication , Student Success

A Content Creator’s Farewell

I have dreaded writing these words for a while, but it’s time: this is my last blog post for HU before I graduate on Saturday. Graduating means moving on to a career, further education, and a bright future, but it also means leaving behind close friends, memories, and my favorite campus job.
Alumni, Career Opportunities, Social Sciences

Social Work in Action

HART is made to be client-based, intending not to get clients in trouble but rather to help them, a quality that stood out to Robrock. Other activities include providing resources for the unhoused population, mental health and addiction treatment training, and information on where to find sober living houses and treatment centers.
Student Life

A New Game for An Old Prof: Forester Lecture Review

As a former student of Dr. Brautigam, I learned a lot from acting out history in his class, and that’s why I knew that I had to attend his Forester Lecture Series faculty lecture, “A New Game for An Old Prof: Life in France During World War II.”
Student Success

Break It Down

Converting the abstract school of duties swimming around in your head to a tangible list in your hand can be life changing. You may even realize the former pile of items was only tall but not that dense, appearing to be more than it really is.
Alumni, Majors/Programs

Art and Design Seniors’ Farewell Exhibit

Before the Department of Art and Design seniors graduate with their fellow members of the Class of 2024, Huntington University wishes to celebrate their hard work with a dedicated exhibit to close out the 2023-2024 academic year. We have two seniors showcasing their work in the exhibit Pantone 2024.