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Orientation Weekend FDN stories

August 26, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Orientation Weekend FDN stories
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Hello, campus!

FDN covered two stories today regarding check-in and orientation weekend. We would love for you all to check them out and send them forward, as you were all a vital part in this weekend happening.

Story 1: Freshmen Move In To Huntington University https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baU393iUEzE&feature=youtu.be

Story 2: International Freshmen Registration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYdZ6ur7g-8&feature=youtu.be

FCA Wednesday!

August 26, 2016 Student Activities Comments Off on FCA Wednesday! Posted By: Pete Schownir
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Kelsey Kruse, (’16), Assistant Volleyball Coach, will be the presenter for the program for the first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting of the year on Wednesday. Start time is 11:00am in Platt Arena. All are welcome and elective chapel credit is available!

Future FCA meeting dates and speakers for the fall semester are September 21 (Tom Roy); October 5 (Morgan Fultz ’20); October 19 (Kraig Cabe); November 9 (Gina Eisenhut ’17); November 30 (Dan Brauchler ’77)

2016-17 MEAL PLANS

August 26, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on 2016-17 MEAL PLANS Posted By: Margaret Pasko
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Meal Plan A (Semester Price: $2,238)20 meals per week

  • $50 Flex dollars per semester (use on campus)
  • $25 Forester Bucks per semester provided by HU (use on or off campus)
  • Meals are non-transferable (meals are only for student)
  • Includes 8 guest meal passes

Meal Plan B (Semester Price: $2,084)

  • 15 meals per week
  • $50 Flex dollars per semester (use on campus at Norm’s or DC)
  • $25 Forester Bucks per semester provided by HU (use on or off campus)
  • Meals are non-transferable (meals are only for student)
  • Includes 8 guest meal passes

Meal Plan C (Semester Price: $690)

  • 5 meals per week
  • $50 Flex dollars per semester (use on campus at Norm’s or DC)
  • Meals are non-transferable (meals are only for student)
  • Includes 8 guest meal passes

Meal balances reset on Fridays.  All new incoming resident students are placed on meal plan A.  All returning resident students are placed on the A meal plan at the beginning of fall semester. Please check on the portal to make sure you are on the correct plan before Thursday, September 1st at midnight.

Resident students: To change your meal plan log on to the portal page https://my.huntington.edu/ICS/ .  Chose Students tab, then student life, and then Meal Plan Changes. There are restrictions on meal plans according to classification, dorm assignments or majors.  Only the meal plans you are eligible for will show in the options. The site will be active until the 1st Thursday of the 1st week of classes until midnight.  After September 1st for fall, no changes will be accepted. To see the meal plan options available go to http://www.huntington.edu/dining/ and choose meal plans on the left hand side.  Dining service hours are also posted on this site.

Commuters are not on any meal plan; however, they can chose any resident meal plan option by emailing mpasko@huntington.edu with their choice.  Dining Services have meal plans designed especially for commuters and are purchased in their office in the dining commons. To see the meal plan options available go to http://www.huntington.edu/dining/ and choose meal plans on the left hand side.  Dining service hours are also posted on this site.

Flex Dollars are a convenient, safe and secure way to always have dining dollars available on your student ID card. Flex Dollars can only be used on campus. Use it for meal purchases, or for a quick snack and beverage at Norms or the Dining Commons. Flex Dollars carry over from fall to spring semester and expire at the end of the academic year. Stop by the Dining Services Office to purchase additional Flex Dollars.

What is a Meal Exchange? Use a meal swipe for a “meal exchange” in any retail dining location on campus. Menu offerings that qualify as part of the meal exchange are predetermined and are specified at each retail location. Students can use a meal exchange at Norms twice per day, which may be used during any meal period.

Questions: Contact Kevin Kirwan in the Chartwells dining commons office or kkirwan@huntington.edu.

Announcing combined auditions for….The TROUPE &; A Christmas Carol

August 26, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Announcing combined auditions for….The TROUPE &; A Christmas Carol Posted By: Theatre Department
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AUDITION DATE: Thursday, September 1
AUDITION TIME: 6:00-10:00PM
LOCATION: Acting Lab – MCA 160

Auditions are open to all HU students (theatre majors/minors and non-majors). You may audition for one or both shows.

The TROUPE is presenting an exciting musical revue during Homecoming weekend entitled “And the Winner Is…” We are seeking talented singers and dancers/movers for this show. You must have strong vocal abilities for solo and part-singing as well as an energetic and dynamic performance personality. Strong movement/dance skills are highly desired but those with limited skills in this area may still be cast.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL is seeking talented actors of all ages and types to present this classic entertaining tale. Strong character and dialect work is preferred, but those with limited skills in this area may still be cast. All roles are open.

All audition information including what to prepare, how to sign up, rehearsal and production schedule and a role breakdown is posted on the theatre department callboard, located in the lower level of the MCA.

Returning Students

August 26, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Returning Students Posted By: Margaret Pasko
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The Student Life Office, located in the HUB, will be open for you to pick up your ID, Parking decal, daily planner, etc.

Hours for August 27 and 28
Saturday 1-5:00 PM and Sunday 1-5:00 PM

Please check on the portal that your vehicle is registered before you stop by to pick up the decal.
If you have the same vehicle as last year, your information is automatically posted for you.

Regular office hours resume on Monday, August 29th: 8:00 AM-noon and 1:00-5:00 PM.

Need an on campus job?

August 26, 2016 Administrative Comments Off on Need an on campus job? Posted By: Margaret Pasko
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The student life office has openings for parking attendants for the 2016-17 academic year.  Work study students are given preference.  Contact the ERC in the HUB for further information.

RichLyn Library Hours, Aug. 29 – Sept. 3

August 26, 2016 Academic Comments Off on RichLyn Library Hours, Aug. 29 – Sept. 3 Posted By: Anita Gray

The library will be open Monday, August 29 at 8:00 am – 9:00 pm. Tuesday – Thursday the library will be open 8:00 am – 11:00 pm, Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Women’s Soccer

August 26, 2016 Sports Comments Off on Women’s Soccer Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Forester women’s soccer team went wire-to-wire in their season opener against Rochester College for a 0-0 double OT draw. While HU never found back netting in their 110 minutes on the field, they also made it clear they’re extremely difficult to score against.

Both teams created numerous chances throughout the game with Huntington first year head coach Amanda Burge’s squad tallying 14 shots, placing eight on frame, while the Warriors took 15 shots, six of which were on target and turned away by HU junior keeper Paige Coolman.

Matéa Knispel paced HU’s offense with six shots, placing four on goal, while Oliva Knispel and Brandi Spear finished with two shots apiece.

“I couldn’t be more proud of the way these ladies have together in 11 short days,” said Burge. “We may not have gotten the result we were hoping for today but we battled hard, played with confidence and really set the tone for the rest of the season.

“The entire team has put in the work and as coaches we couldn’t be more excited to see what the future holds for HU women’s soccer.”

Since 2007, the Foresters (0-0-1) have accumulated a series record of 6-0-1 against Rochester. HU is back in action tomorrow at Lawrence Tech with opening kick-off slated for 1:00 p.m.

Men’s Soccer

August 26, 2016 Sports Comments Off on Men’s Soccer Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

In both team’s season opener, Marygrove College (1-0) got the best of the HU men’s soccer team (0-1) 2-1 Wednesday afternoon at the Mustangs’ outdoor athletic complex. The win avenges MC’s 3-0 loss to the Foresters last season.

The first half was a defensive battle as the opening 45 minutes came and went with no change to the scoreboard despite the Mustangs enjoying a lopsided 16-3 shot advantage. A chance to regroup at intermission paid early dividends for Coach Lawson’s crew as they struck ten minutes into the second period. Miguel de Sosa set the stage for HU’s lone goal when he played a ball into Marcos Salinas on the left flank who slotted Guilherme Lins Souza in on the keeper.

Souza wasted little burying it from 12 out for his team’s first score of the year.

Unfortunately, Marygrove’s equalizer came 14 minutes later and with four minutes remaining, the Mustangs found back netting again for the win.

While MC doubled up the Foresters in overall shots, 28-14, the disparity between shots on goal proved to be only four at 16-12. Brad Buzzard took the loss for HU. The senior keeper collected 11 saves while Austin Valentine logged 11 saves as well for the win.

“This was definitely not the result we were expecting but there were plenty of positives to build on,” said HU head coach Russ Lawson. “We created numerous quality opportunities today – enough to put them under but a quality side like Marygrove made us pay.

“What excited me about this team is that they will be back at it tomorrow with a determination to be better than we were today.”

HU’s home opener is slated for Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. against Rochester.

Women’s Soccer

August 26, 2016 Sports Comments Off on Women’s Soccer Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Playing their second game in less than 24 hours, the Huntington women’s soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to Lawrence Tech (3-0) Wednesday afternoon on LTU’s new turf field.

The Blue Devils wasted little time picking apart HU’s defense for two goals within the opening 24 minutes to jet out in front 2-0. Their pressure was consistent as they finished the day with 32 shots, 18 of which were on goal, to keep HU junior keeper Toby Carman busy. The Leo native finished with 15 saves and gave up LTU’s final goal in the 68th minute to make for the 3-0 final.

The Foresters tallied nine shots with Lawrence Tech keeper Heather Derstine grabbing five saves for the shutout. Brandi Spear and Tessy Geiss each took two shots for Coach Burge’s crew.

“Unfortunately we came out a little flat today and were missing a few players due to schedule requirements on campus and untimely injury,” said Burge. “However, I was very pleased with the way the girls stuck together as a unit and battled hard.”

HU drops to 0-1-1 on the year. They hit the road to Michigan again next weekend to face Madonna University on Friday at 2:00 p.m. before squaring off against Marygrove College on Saturday at noon.

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Experience

24 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Jaron Lewton

Experience is a student led open time of prayer led by students every Tuesday night at 6pm in the Recital Hall of the Lower MCA. The heart behind experience: is to gather the believers in prayer for us to corporately experience the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is welcome in …

HU Morning Prayer Group

24 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Jaron Lewton

HU Morning Prayer is a student led group that meets every week to begin the day in scripture and in prayer. Our Aim is to surrender our days here at HU before the Lord and grow in loving Christ- Centered community together. We would love for you to join us …

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.

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Need Some Extra Cash?

26 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Marcy Hawkins

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Love HU? Like to talk on the phone? We’ve got the campus job for you! The Advancement Office is looking for enthusiastic Phonathon callers who enjoy talking about their HU experience with others in an effort to raise money for the Forester Fund (student scholarships). • Calling dates are: September …

Studio Apartment For Rent

24 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Joe Dyar

Looking for an apartment for the fall/spring semester? Available August 2016. Studio apartment complete with kitchen and bathroom. Located one block from campus. For more information contact 260-224-2660

Coffey Break announcements

24 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

The Coffey Break is a student information newsletter. You may post your upcoming activities or information that pertains to information students may need in this newsletter. It is sent out Monday-Friday at 11:00 AM. Go to http://coffeybreak.huntington.edu/submit-to-feed/ website to post your notices. If you event is for multiple days you …

Student Activities

FCA Wednesday!

26 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Pete Schownir

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Kelsey Kruse, (’16), Assistant Volleyball Coach, will be the presenter for the program for the first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting of the year on Wednesday. Start time is 11:00am in Platt Arena. All are welcome and elective chapel credit is available! Future FCA meeting dates and speakers for the …

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, …

Academic

RichLyn Library Hours, Aug. 29 – Sept. 3

26 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Anita Gray

The library will be open Monday, August 29 at 8:00 am – 9:00 pm. Tuesday – Thursday the library will be open 8:00 am – 11:00 pm, Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

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”.

Administrative

Orientation Weekend FDN stories

26 Aug 2016

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Hello, campus! FDN covered two stories today regarding check-in and orientation weekend. We would love for you all to check them out and send them forward, as you were all a vital part in this weekend happening. Story 1: Freshmen Move In To Huntington University https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baU393iUEzE&feature=youtu.be Story 2: International Freshmen …

2016-17 MEAL PLANS

26 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

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Meal Plan A (Semester Price: $2,238)20 meals per week $50 Flex dollars per semester (use on campus) $25 Forester Bucks per semester provided by HU (use on or off campus) Meals are non-transferable (meals are only for student) Includes 8 guest meal passes Meal Plan B (Semester Price: $2,084) 15 …

Announcing combined auditions for….The TROUPE &; A Christmas Carol

26 Aug 2016 | Posted By: Theatre Department

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AUDITION DATE: Thursday, September 1 AUDITION TIME: 6:00-10:00PM LOCATION: Acting Lab – MCA 160 Auditions are open to all HU students (theatre majors/minors and non-majors). You may audition for one or both shows. The TROUPE is presenting an exciting musical revue during Homecoming weekend entitled “And the Winner Is…” We …