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.
Alumni, Performing & Digital Arts

Music and Theatre Seniors’ Curtain Call

Congratulations to the music and theatre arts seniors from the graduating Class of 2024! We are thankful you chose Huntington University for your college career, and we have thoroughly enjoyed witnessing your musical and theatrical talents.
Performing & Digital Arts, Student Life

Student One-Act Festival

Celebrate HU talent with the Student One-Act Festival, “Cracked Up Classics”! These one-act plays are directed, acted, and designed entirely by students from TH 421: Arts Management Class. Support your fellow students as they explore their creativity!
Student Life

What I Did: Moved to Forester Village

For the first two years of my college career at Huntington University, I lived in Roush Hall. I will always cherish the memories I made with my roommate and suitemates during that time, and yet, I knew I wanted to have another living experience in my last two years of college. Thankfully, HU offers another residence option: Forester Village.
Alumni, Ministry & Missions, Spiritual Life

Karyn Kamphausen: A Fellow Forester

Warm and bubbling with passion, Kamphausen enthusiastically told me about the joy she has in her new position: “This is a job I’ve always wanted to do since I graduated from Huntington,” she said with a smile. Kamphausen’s official role in the Center for Spiritual Formation is to foster the spiritual formation of students through day-to-day ministry programs.
Business, Career Opportunities

Business Courses Helpful to Non-Business Majors

No matter what career path you plan to pursue, business will be involved, and you will have financial responsibilities. Having a solid understanding of these could help a lot in the future. So, here is a list of business and finance courses that might come in handy and have no prerequisites.
Campus Visit, Language & Communication

Forester Camp: StoryCon 2024

Calling all writers, readers, and creators! Consider this an official invitation from the Department of English at Huntington University to sign up for StoryCon 2024. Whether you enjoy writing, telling, or hearing stories, each form is important.
Student Life

Family Friendly Refreshments and Other Res Hall Fun

Every residence hall has its own unique traditions and vibe. On the third floor of Wright Hall, you can enjoy a curated beverage with an entertaining name while you visit with friends.