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Senior Slide Show Viewing

May 12, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Senior Slide Show Viewing

Seniors, if you would like to view the senior slide show, it will be running prior to this afternoon’s commencement rehearsal in the PLEX, as well as after rehearsal. It also will be posted online after commencement on Saturday.

Hope Wishes Everyone a Wonderful Summer!

May 12, 2016 Academic Comments Off on Hope Wishes Everyone a Wonderful Summer! Posted By: Hope....Therapy Dog
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Hope, HU’s Therapy Dog wants to wish everyone a wonderful summer! Although, she is a little sad you are all leaving for a while….Till Fall!

Graduate Breakfast

May 12, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Graduate Breakfast

Dr. Emberton will be hosting the breakfast buffet for graduates and their parents or spouses on Saturday, May 14. You may come anytime between 8:00 and 9:30 a.m. in the Habecker Dining Commons, lower level. If you have not RSVP yet, please email Peg DeBolt at pdebolt@huntington.edu.

Meal plans for 2016-17

May 12, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Meal plans for 2016-17

All resident students are placed on the A meal plan when fall housing is added.  Meal plans have not been completely set for the 2016-17 academic year.  An email will be sent out once they are confirmed.  The portal will then be updated and students may select their meal plan.  Plans may be changed up until the first Thursday of school (September 1st last day to make a change). If you are a commuter and would like any of the resident meal plans please email mpasko@huntington.edu.  Meal plans are posted on the web at https://www.huntington.edu/dining/meal-plans.  This site has both resident and commuter plans.

 

 

Coffey Break announcements

May 12, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Coffey Break announcements

Coffey Break announcements will be sent on Mondays only starting Monday May 16.  Regular Monday-Friday editions will resume August 29.  Question? Contact mpasko@huntington.edu.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

May 12, 2016 Campus Ministries Comments Off on VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Posted By: Norris Friesen

Lincoln Elementary School needs volunteers for their Field Day on May 23. If you have interest or know of others who might be interested, please contact Joann Shear at 519-1352.

Softball

May 11, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Softball

The Huntington University softball team (36-17) learned Tuesday night that they will be packing their bags for Waleska, Georgia at Reinhardt University’s Ken White Softball Field to compete in the 2016 NAIA National Championship Opening Round slated for May 16-18.

As the Crossroads League tournament runner-up, HU received the conference’s second automatic bid to compete in the tournament and earned the program’s second-ever berth to the big dance.

The format for the opening round is a double-elimination, four-team tournament at each of the ten host sites. The ten winners from each site will punch their ticket to the 36th annual NAIA Softball World Series in Sioux City, Iowa from May 27 to June 2.

Huntington received the No. 3 seed and will face 2nd-seeded Reinhardt University (41-10) in game one on opening day.

Computer Science Senior Project Presentation

May 11, 2016 Academic Comments Off on Computer Science Senior Project Presentation Posted By: Jeff Lehman

The campus is invited to a Computer Science Senior Project Presentation today Wednesday May 11th at 2 pm. in Science Hall 121. Jacob Siegel and David Anderson will describe their iPhone App called “Olivia’s Closet”.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

May 11, 2016 Campus Ministries Comments Off on VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Posted By: Norris Friesen

Lincoln Elementary School needs volunteers to help with their upcoming Field Day on May 23. If you are interested in volunteering or know of someone who might be interested in volunteering, please contact Joann Shear at 519-1352.

Baseball

May 11, 2016 Sports Comments Off on Baseball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID
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The Crossroads League has announced it baseball postseason awards for the 2016 spring season and among the list of All-League honorees is Huntington University junior Dalton Combs.

The Monroe native (Adams Central HS) landed a spot as an All-Conference outfielder. Combs, one of the most dangerous hitters in the league, is hitting .361 to rank him 4th among his conference peers and is among the top five in four other categories including 2nd in doubles (16), 3rd in total bases (84), 4th in slugging percentage (.571) and 5th in on base percentage (.438).

So far this season, Combs has accumulated 53 hits which includes 21 for extra bases, 33 runs and 29 RBI. He was also honored on the Gold Glove Team for his defense in right field. He has committed just two errors in 46 games for a fielding percentage of .978.

Three other Foresters were named to the Honorable Mention All-Conference Team.

Senior Brock Gower (Huntington, Ind., Huntington North HS) received the honor as one of the top outfielder’s in the league. He currently boasts a .378 batting average and has hammered out 37 hits which includes five doubles and two dingers to go along with 20 RBI.

Sophomore Jamar Weaver also landed a spot on the Honorable Mention Team as HU’s second baseman. The Shipshewana native (Westview HS), along with Combs, has collected a team-leading 53 hits. He has racked up 67 total bases and ten RBI and leads the league in plate appearances per game with 3.61.

Rounding out the Foresters who received Honorable Mention accolades is junior Shea Beauchamp. The first baseman is a double threat, both at the plate and in the field.

To date, Beauchamp (Wabash, Ind., Wabash HS) ranks 4th in the league in hits per game (1.18) and total bases per game (1.80). He has recorded 46 hits, which includes nine doubles and five four-baggers, and 26 RBI. He carries a .343 batting average and .522 slugging percentage.

Defensively, the first sacker has tallied 259 chances and 230 putouts to rank 3rd among his league peers in chances per game (6.64) and putouts per game (5.90). He has committed just two errors in 39 outings for a fielding percentage of .992 and for his efforts was recognized as a member of the Gold Glove Team.

Freshman Adam Roser also earned a spot on the Gold Glove Team for his defensive prowess. The Northfield High School product (Roann native) boasts a .931 fielding percentage as the league’s top third baseman having committed just seven miscues on the year.

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

12 May 2016 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Lincoln Elementary School needs volunteers for their Field Day on May 23. If you have interest or know of others who might be interested, please contact Joann Shear at 519-1352.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

11 May 2016 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Lincoln Elementary School needs volunteers to help with their upcoming Field Day on May 23. If you are interested in volunteering or know of someone who might be interested in volunteering, please contact Joann Shear at 519-1352.

SERVANT LEADERSHIP AWARD

5 May 2016 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Congratulations to Karli Melder and Taylor Lahr — recipients of the 2016 Servant Leadership Award. Each student will receive a $1000 scholarship of which $250 will be donated to the charity of her choice. The Servant Leadership Award is funded by the Presidents Advisory Council on Excellence and the Moore …

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HU Bookstore Summer Hours

11 May 2016 | Posted By: HU Bookstore

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May 16th through July 31st Monday – Thursday: 10:00am – 2:00pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: Closed Shop online every day at www.huntington.bkstr.com

Meal plans for 2016-17

10 May 2016

All resident students are placed on the A meal plan when fall housing is added.  Meal plans have not been completely set for the 2016-17 academic year.  An email will be sent out once they are confirmed.  The portal will then be updated and students may select their meal plan.  …

Last week for clothing donations!

10 May 2016 | Posted By: Janelle Gouwens

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As you move out this week make sure you go through your closets! Support Love INC. of Huntington County’s back to school program by leaving your items in the boxes located on each floor in Residence Halls. Commuters can leave items behind the doors in the ACE. The last day …

Student Activities

THERAPY DOGS IN HARDY/WRIGHT THIS SUNDAY THE 8TH

6 May 2016 | Posted By: Kris Chafin

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Registered therapy DOGS to visit HU again: SUNDAY AFTERNOON, May 8th from 3:30 TO 5 PM in the HARDY-WRIGHT LOUNGE All students are invited — NOT just residents of Wright and Hardy. Commuters are welcome also! We pray this will be a time for you to have some doggy fun, …

THERAPY DOGS IN HARDY/WRIGHT THIS SUNDAY THE 8TH

5 May 2016 | Posted By: Kris Chafin

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Miss your favorite canine? Come and pet the dogs and relieve some stress before mid-term exams, papers and assignments are due — the dogs will be so happy to see you! Students from all residence halls are welcome, as are commuters. Take a study break THIS Sunday afternoon, May 6th, …

UNDIGNIFIED SHOWCASE

4 May 2016 | Posted By: Logan Presnell

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May 5th, TOMORROW, come out for a great night of music and dance to see Huntington University’s Undignified showcase. It is completely FREE and elective chapel credit is available. All family and friends welcome!!

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Hope Wishes Everyone a Wonderful Summer!

12 May 2016 | Posted By: Hope....Therapy Dog

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Hope, HU’s Therapy Dog wants to wish everyone a wonderful summer! Although, she is a little sad you are all leaving for a while….Till Fall!

Computer Science Senior Project Presentation

11 May 2016 | Posted By: Jeff Lehman

The campus is invited to a Computer Science Senior Project Presentation today Wednesday May 11th at 2 pm. in Science Hall 121. Jacob Siegel and David Anderson will describe their iPhone App called “Olivia’s Closet”.

Do you need a little Hope?

10 May 2016 | Posted By: Anita Gray

For those students who are feeling a bit frazzled; TONIGHT (Tuesday), RichLyn Library will have a couple of SPECIAL VISITORS. Prof. Scheiman (OTA Program Director) and Hope (her therapy dog) will be visiting the library starting around 7:00. Their visit is meant to be encouraging to those who are busily …

Administrative

Senior Slide Show Viewing

12 May 2016

Seniors, if you would like to view the senior slide show, it will be running prior to this afternoon’s commencement rehearsal in the PLEX, as well as after rehearsal. It also will be posted online after commencement on Saturday.

Graduate Breakfast

12 May 2016

Dr. Emberton will be hosting the breakfast buffet for graduates and their parents or spouses on Saturday, May 14. You may come anytime between 8:00 and 9:30 a.m. in the Habecker Dining Commons, lower level. If you have not RSVP yet, please email Peg DeBolt at pdebolt@huntington.edu.

Meal plans for 2016-17

12 May 2016

All resident students are placed on the A meal plan when fall housing is added.  Meal plans have not been completely set for the 2016-17 academic year.  An email will be sent out once they are confirmed.  The portal will then be updated and students may select their meal plan.  …