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Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann to speak at HU’s 116th Commencement
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann to speak at HU’s 116th Commencement Indiana’s Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann will be the keynote speaker at Huntington University’s 116th Commencement on May 17.
A Mission of Excellence
A Mission of ExcellenceHuntington University’s mission has stood as a pillar for excellence for the institution since its inception — four pillars in fact: Scholarship, Breadth, Vocation and Service.
Lifelong scholarship through relationships
Lifelong scholarship through relationshipsSome college graduates view graduation as the end of their formal education. The Timshel group, however, has taken ownership of learning and made scholarship a lifelong pursuit.
A legacy etched in clay
MudLOVE, primarily located in Warsaw, Ind., is a for-profit company that makes inspirational bands and other clay items to sell around the country and the world. What makes this company so special is that they donate 20 percent of all sales to fund clean water projects in Africa.
Teen Hope
Teen HopeShe was the embodiment of hope. Hope for a college student struggling with her faith. Hope for a family yearning for a child. Hope for a life lived outside of poverty. Lina, fondly known as “Baby Hope,” left a lasting impact on Huntington University.
HU crowns 2013 Homecoming court
HU crowns 2013 Homecoming courtThe Huntington University student body announced its 2013 Homecoming court over the weekend. Seniors Nate Sullivan of Hermitage, Pa., and Essie Kaufman of Grabill, Ind., were crowned king and queen during an evening ceremony on Oct 4. Homecoming & Family Weekend was Oct. 4-5.
HU to celebrate ‘Foresters’ at Homecoming
HU to celebrate ‘Foresters’ at HomecomingHuntington University is celebrating the fact that “We Are Foresters” at the annual Homecoming & Family Weekend on Oct. 4-5. The festivities will include a parade, king and queen coronation, class reunions, Powder Puff football games and a special 20th birthday celebration for the mascot, Norm the Forester.
‘Les Misérables’ to feature HU alumni
Four of Huntington University’s finest are experiencing the passion, triumph and redemption in the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre’s production of “Les Misérables.”
Bronze Star Sacrifice
Dale Pence, 90, now enjoys a retired lifestyle with Marge, his wife of 68 years. But as newlyweds, the couple endured World War II. Dale dealt with significant battle wounds. After the war, Marge learned how to comfort a husband dealing with the nightly terrors haunting the dreams of her decorated officer.
HU’s partnership with TinCaps grows with picnic pavilion sponsorship
In continuation of a long partnership, Huntington University is now sponsoring the picnic pavilion at Parkview Field in Fort Wayne, Ind., the home of TinCaps baseball.
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