In connection with Huntington College’s 102nd commencement exercises on May 13, 2000, the Department of History presented two graduating seniors with the Ron Frank Memorial Award for Outstanding Scholarship in History. Recipients were Ms. Rachael Hinkle of Round Lake Beach, Illinois, and Ms. Heather Hirschy of Huntington, Indiana.
Dr. E. DeWitt Baker, missionary educator and former Huntington College president, passed away Sunday, May 21. We ask that you keep the entire Baker family in your prayers.
Huntington, Ind.—Patrick Eggleton, assistant professor of mathematics education at Huntington College, visited the Huntington North High School classroom of Mr. Jason Phillips on May 15. Professor Eggleton helped students grasp complex concepts of geometry with an inventive lesson he calls "Triangles ala Fettuccini."
Huntington, Ind.—Over 100 people were on hand on Wednesday, May 3, as the Communications Department of Huntington College held its biannual student speech competition, the Great Forester Speak Off. The event began at 7 p.m. in the Merillat Centre for the Arts. The crowd enjoyed a diverse series of presentations by students in speech classes taught by Dr. Mike Rowley and Dr. Chris Leland. The competitors were this semester’s top eight persuasive speakers, selected by their peers and professors.
The Honorable Paul R. Cherry, Judge of the DeKalb Circuit Court in
Auburn, Indiana, will test your knowledge of the law at the next
breakfast of the Huntington College Foundation on Wednesday, May 10,
Dr. Del Doughty, assistant professor of English, will present the final address in this year’s Forester Lecture Series at Huntington College. Doughty’s presentation will begin at 8 p.m. on May 4, 2000, in the main auditorium of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Huntington, Ind.— How well do you know the law? The Honorable Paul R. Cherry, Judge of the DeKalb Circuit Court in Auburn, Indiana, will test your knowledge of the law at the next breakfast of the Huntington College Foundation on Wednesday, May 10, 2000.