Huntington College has been named one of "The 50 Best Christian Places to Work" by Christianity Today magazine.
Huntington College Associate Professor of Business and Executive-in-Residence, Jim O’Donnell, has released his first book, Letters for Lizzie.
The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 19-25, 2004.
Two Huntington College professors will soon be published in College Faith 2, the upcoming second volume in the best-selling College Faith series.
The Huntington College Visual Arts Department is proud to present its upcoming Graduating Visual Arts Majors Exhibit to be on display April 24 through May 7, 2004.
Parkview Huntington Hospital provided automated external defibrillators to several area not-for-profit organizations.
Huntington College will be one of several not-for-profit agencies in Huntington County to receive automated external defibrillators (AED) from Parkview Huntington Hospital.
The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 12-18, 2004.
John Ngure Ngigi, 2003 Outstanding Performer of the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, has been added to the Indiana Invaders team roster.
Jim O’Donnell is ten years removed from a successful, high-profile business world and ten years removed from health and wealth, so to speak.
Dr. Barry Kanpol, IPFW Dean of the School of Education, will present Huntington College’s Focus on Excellence Colloquium on April 19, 2004.
The fourth annual Concerto Winners Concert will feature the winners of the Huntington College Concerto Competition, which was held last October.
The Huntington College Concert Choir will combine with the choirs of Anderson and Taylor Universities and the New World Orchestra Youth Symphony of the Indianapolis Symphony Association to present Cantata for Peace by the British composer, Ralph Vaughan Williams.
The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of April 5-11, 2004.
The house lights are up and the seats are empty. There are no costumes and the set is not yet complete, but still McNair Wilson is challenging his cast to make things come alive, even if it is just rehearsal.
Alan Kwok, assistant professor of art at Indiana Wesleyan University, served as the guest juror for the Huntington College 14th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit, held in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery on April 3.
The fifth annual Concerto Winners Concert will feature the winners of the Huntington College Concerto Competition, including two Huntington College students and four area student-musicians.
Dr. Paul Michelson will serve as national secretary for the Conference on Faith and History.
"Superhero" John Mignone and Dr. Lance Clark received a first-place video award from the Indiana Association of United Ways.
The Huntington College Peer Award has been passed on to two new individuals for the month of April.
James O’Donnell, professor of business and economics and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, will be the featured speaker at the Business Expo 2004 breakfast on May 13, 2004, at 7:30 a.m.
The Huntington College athletic department announced its Athletes of the Week for the week of March 29 – April 4, 2004.
Thornhill Nature Preserve will host Wildflower Walk on April 10, 2004, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. The walk will be led by members of the Huntington County Master Gardeners Association.
The Huntington County Ministerial Association and the Huntington College Music Department will join together to present noon Holy Week services next week.
Huntington College’s MindScape program, a collaborative effort between Huntington College and a number of local community schools to enhance traditional classroom instruction, improve students’ attitudes toward learning and encourage students in Indiana to attend some form of higher education, will be the focus discussion at the April Huntington College Foundation breakfast.
After 32 years of service in the Music Department at Huntington College, Dr. Marlene Schleiffer will retire in May.