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Jetty Rae & Heath McNease LIVE in Huntington!

August 31, 2017 General Comments Off on Jetty Rae & Heath McNease LIVE in Huntington! Posted By: Raquel Martinez

Jetty Rae and Heath McNease are coming to Huntington on September 29th to play music from their latest album “I Disappear”, under the name The Pen Pals, their folk/song-writer duo project. The concert will be held at the 509 Community at 509 E. State Street in Huntington. Tickets at $10 and can be purchased in advance online or at the door. The show begins at 7:30 and will conclude at 9:00 pm. Both Jetty and Heath are from the Midwest, have been featured on previous HUzic CDs, and have played on campus in years past. Come support local music and old friends of HU! Link to Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/115067602535428

COUNSELING SERVICES: PERSONAL & CAREER COUNSELING SESSIONS

August 31, 2017 General Comments Off on COUNSELING SERVICES: PERSONAL & CAREER COUNSELING SESSIONS Posted By: Layla Solms

Student Services is now scheduling clients for short-term counseling sessions. We offer personal counseling & referrals as well as career counseling. Martha Smith, MS, ED., LMHC, NCC & her team of Grad Counseling Assistants & Part-Time Counselors offer assistance with these issues & more: depression, adjustment/transition, eating disorders, abuse, family, spiritual topics, roommate problems, pornography, sexuality, alcohol/drugs, anxiety, stress, grief, and anger. Conversations are confidential unless it involves harm to self or others.
Appointments can be made by emailing our scheduler/secretary, Layla Solms @ lsolms@huntington.edu & Martha Smith @ msmith@huntington.edu OR by visiting the Student Services Office in the Upper HUB.
Sessions are free to current HU students.

LOST & FOUND – UMBRELLA

August 31, 2017 General Comments Off on LOST & FOUND – UMBRELLA Posted By: Business Office

Someone came to the business office (in Becker Hall) and talked with Brandi, our student accounts clerk, on Tuesday and left their umbrella. If you lost your umbrella and want to stop in the business office to describe it, we would be happy to return it!

WOMEN’S TENNIS

August 31, 2017 Sports Comments Off on WOMEN’S TENNIS Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU women’s tennis team (1-1, 0-1) couldn’t overcome an early deficit to suffer a 6-3 loss to Marian University (1-0, 1-0) Wednesday afternoon at Klopfenstein Courts.

HU’s only win in doubles action came at the #1 spot where Constanze Golz and Meg Dolde cruised to an 8-2 decision over Elise Betscher and Maria Angela Sunga as Huntington headed into singles play down 2-1.

Golz earned a second point for her team by topping Betscher at #1 singles in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2. Charlotte Seth was the Foresters’ only other W at #4 singles where she got the best of Anne Taylor 6-4, 6-3.

“Today was a learning experience for our freshmen,” said Coach Ferguson. “Marian is a solid, veteran team with good players up and down their line-up. Now our young players know what it takes to win in our conference.”

The Knights finished second in the league last year and return seven from that squad.

The Foresters hit the road tomorrow to take on Defiance at 4:00 p.m.

SINGLES RECAP
#1 – Constanze Golz (HU) def. Elise Betscher (MU) 6-3, 6-2
#2 – Maria Lueken (MU) def. Meg Dolde (HU) 6-4, 6-4
#3 – Maria Angela Sunga (MU) def. Lanae Singleton (HU) 6-3, 6-3
#4 – Charlotte Seth (HU) def. Anne Taylor (MU) 6-4, 6-3
#5 – Mary Mullaney (MU) def. Anastasiia Evstifeeva (HU) 6-2, 6-4
#6 – Alex Griebling (MU) def. Lisa Colling (HU) 6-4, 6-3

DOUBLES RECAP
#1 – Golz/Dolde (HU) def. Betscher/Sunga (MU) 8-2
#2 – Lueken/Taylor (MU) def. Singleton/Colling (HU) 8-5
#3 – Mullaney/Emma Wood (MU) def. Evstifeeva/Seth (HU) 8-1

WOMEN’S SOCCER

August 31, 2017 Sports Comments Off on WOMEN’S SOCCER Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Playing in its home opener against Madonna University on Wednesday, the HU women’s soccer team scored within the first four minutes for the early 1-0 lead before the Crusaders got the equalizer in the 31st minute.

It was a defensive battle the rest of the way as the score remained deadlocked at 1-1 through regulation to force overtime. Two OTs later, the score stood for the 1-1 draw. With this tie, the Foresters move to 0-1-1 while MU starts their season 0-0-1.

Just like the previous match, Matéa Knispel and Jaime Calvin teamed up on a corner to find back netting. This time it was a beautiful struck ball by Calvin to Knispel who one-touched into the back of the net from the top of the box at the 3:35 mark. The goal marks Knispel’s ninth of her career.

HU finished with 13 shots to Madonna’s 17 but logged ten corner kicks, six more than their visitors.

While Coach Burge would have preferred the W to avenge last year’s 5-0 loss to the Crusaders, she is pleased with where her team’s at this early in the year. “Although we had our flat moments today, as a whole I’m pleased with the shift in play and the benchmarks we are setting for a solid 2017 season.

“The ladies worked diligently today against a tough Madonna crew. We may have come out even, but I’m excited to watch this season unfold.”

The Foresters hit the road on Tuesday to take on Indiana Tech under the lights at 7:00 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL

August 31, 2017 Sports Comments Off on VOLLEYBALL Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

On opening night of league play, the Forester volleyball team mounted an impressive come-from-behind first set win on the way to a 3-1 decision, 31-29, 17-25, 25-21, 25-18, over the visiting Maple Leafs of Goshen College. With this win, HU improves to 5-2 overall, 1-0 in the conference while GC drops to 5-4 overall, 0-1 in league play.

Set one was a rollercoaster. After jumping out to an early 8-2 advantage, Coach Shondell’s squad watched their lead wither away to the tune of a 24-21 deficit. A series of Goshen attacking errors coupled with Huntington’s never-say-die attitude led to four straight points favoring the hosts. Five ties later, HU finally logged two consecutive points for the win.

The Maple Leafs responded with an impressive set two win but the next two hard-fought sets belonged to Shondell and crew with Tailor Schultheis bolstering the offense. The 5-10 outside hitter came up big to finish with a game-tying 16 kills.

“There isn’t a team in this league that isn’t going to make you earn a win, and Goshen did exactly that,” said Coach Shondell.

Brandy Michie added 12 kills while Josie Beaver was her efficient self, finishing with 11 kills and a .435 hitting percentage. Danielle Gurwell also registered double-digit kills with ten. Laruen Cresses and Haley Longley got into the action offensively to post seven and six kills respectively to round out a well-balanced Forester attack.

“Tailor was the spark we know her to be, she was effective at the right times and that was crucial for us,” noted Shondell. “I was also really pleased with our middles. We continue giving them more of a role in our offense and they live up to the task.”

The offense ran through Emily Hubby and Breanna Levings who recorded 28 and 24 assists respectively.

The Foresters got the job done defensively as well with Kate Cobb tallying a game-best 30 digs and Beaver earning game-high blocking honors with 2.5 which included two solos.

Huntington heads to Missouri over the weekend to compete in the Columbia College Hampton Inn Invitational to play four matches with their first on Friday against Missouri Baptist.

MEN’S TENNIS

August 31, 2017 Sports Comments Off on MEN’S TENNIS Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

It was an epic Crossroads League showdown Wednesday at Klopfenstein Courts with the Knights of Marian University slipping past the Forester men’s tennis team 5-4. For the second time this season, the outcome came down to #5 singles.

The final match lasting well past 10PM, eventually favored Nick Marroquin. It was a three-set thriller with HU sophomore Jacob Shelton finally conceding the loss.

Huntington started off strong with a pair of wins in doubles action before picking up two more wins at #2 and #6 singles to account for their four points.

Marian (1-0, 1-0) has gone undefeated in the Crossroads League regular season the last three years and has landed a spot at the NAIA National Tournament two straight years.

The Foresters (1-2, 1-1) have a break until Tuesday when they host Saint Francis at 3:00 p.m.

SINGLES RECAP
#1 – Nathan Bogle (MU) def. Ignacio Poncio (HU) 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-4)
#2 – Rodrigo Manzo (HU) def. Ian Deiters (MU) 6-3, 6-4
#3 – Noah Roberts (MU) def. Giovanni Martinez (HU) 7-5, 6-1
#4 – Alex Wittenbaum (MU) def. Mariano Echevarria (HU) 6-7 (3-7), 6-4, 6-2
#5 – Nick Marroquin (MU) def. Jacob Shelton (HU) 6-7 (5-7), 6-3, 6-1
#6 – Brody Worl (HU) def. Turner Lesnick (MU) 6-4, 6-1

DOUBLES RECAP
#1 – Bogle/Deiters (MU) def. Poncio/Echevarria (HU) 8-6
#2 – Manzo/Martinez (HU) Roberts/Wittenbaum (MU) 9-8 (7-1)
#3 – Luke Buttermore/Shelton (HU) def. Marroquin/Max Ismoilov (MU) 8-6

MEN’S SOCCER

August 31, 2017 Sports Comments Off on MEN’S SOCCER Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

In an emotionally charged battle against #RV Indiana Tech, the Forester men’s soccer team came out on the short end of a 2-1 decision at King Stadium Wednesday afternoon.

It was a tale of two halves for HU as Coach Lawson praised his team’s opening 45 minutes.

“We came out strong and moved the ball really well to generate a couple of opportunities and reaped the benefits early on for a quick 1-0 advantage.”

On a restart just over ten minutes in, Brooks Smith played a ball to Miguel de Sousa who got on top of it with a header for a picture perfect goal, his first of the season.

The scored remained as is until just before halftime when the Warriors slipped one past HU keeper Troy Hester for the 1-1 stalemate. It proved to be the turning point.

“We were getting possession and moving the ball so well and then we switched off after that goal,” said Lawson. “We didn’t take care of the ball in our box and paid the price.

“From that point on, we struggled to regain momentum through the middle of the park. They did a better of closing us down and taking away our options in the second half and we struggled to find answers.”

The final 45 minutes featured just six shots but as luck would have it, the game-winner came on an own goal 15 minutes in to make for the 2-1 final.

“I thought we fought well until the end but unfortunately we weren’t able to find the equalizer,” said Lawson. “I’m disappointed that we switched off but we’ll be better. I am confident of that.

“I look forward to this weekend against some top notch competition.”

HU heads to Kentucky over Labor Day weekend for the University of the Cumberlands Classic. Lawson’s crew will face Union on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. and then Cumberland on Monday at the same time.

SGA Representatives

August 30, 2017 General Comments Off on SGA Representatives Posted By: SGA

Hello everyone! Our Student Government Association (SGA) is looking for individuals to be representatives for this upcoming school year! We are an organization that strives to be an accessible body of students that serve as an avenue for the voices of their peers. We are looking for: one commuter, Wright Hall, Miller Hall Reps, 2 Roush Reps, 2 Hardy Reps, and 2 Freshman Class Reps, 1 Forester Village Rep and 2 Public Relation reps (PR positions are paid). Petitions to run are available! Here is the link to our page, if you are interested in learning more about us or would like a petition to run:

https://my.huntington.edu/ICS/Students/Organizations/SGA/.

SGA is an incredible organization and we would love to have you. If you have any questions please feel free to contact, Millie Smith smitha6@huntington.edu, Garrit Winans winansg@huntington.edu, Anna Ruth rutha@huntington.edu; or Emma Fried friede@huntington.edu

Mailbox Keys – COMMUTERS TOO!!

August 30, 2017 Administrative Comments Off on Mailbox Keys – COMMUTERS TOO!! Posted By: Amy Johnson

Don’t forget to visit the mailroom to pick up your mailbox key. THIS INCLUDES COMMUTERS! We ask commuters to have a campus mailbox because sometimes professors and offices send things to students via campus mail.

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SURVEY FOR CORE CHAPEL CREDIT

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Layla bb Solms || Campus Ministries

Dear HU Students: At Huntington University we are committed to helping each of our students grow in Christian spiritual vitality. Students are the best source for helping us to assess how we’re doing. I am writing to ask for your help in better understanding how you feel about Huntington University …

SMALL GROUPS || TITLES & TOPICS

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Layla bb Solms || Campus Ministries

INDICATE YOUR TOP 3 choices for small groups: Thursday after the Chapel service we will have selection papers with descriptions of each small group. Here’s a brief listing to get you thinking! REV. ARTHUR WILSON: Glory Days by Max Lucado DARYL SINGLETON: Becoming A Leader by Myles Munroe ANNA-KAY LEVY: …

BLOOD DRIVE — SEPTEMBER 20th

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Huntington University will be hosting a blood drive for the American Red Cross on Wednesday, September 20, from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm in the Habecker Dining Commons, upper level. Please consider donating to help areas that have been devastated by hurricanes in Texas and Florida.

General

FDN News: LIVE tonight!

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Adam Widener

HU’s very own student-newscast airs its first episode tonight at 5! Tune in LIVE or check it out later: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO5Enfretb0 Have a story idea you want us to cover? Email FDN News producer Bray Snyder at snyderb@huntington.edu.

Walk into My Future Event Needs Student Volunteers!

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Tyanne Bailey

Friday, September 29th, HU will be flooded with Kindergarten & 1st graders for an event called “Walk into My Future”! They will be on campus from 10am-1pm and we could really use your help from 11:45-12:30! We need students willing to lead groups of about 15 students and their teacher …

Student Deals at Champs Academy!

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Champs Academy

If you’re looking for a place off-campus to relieve some stress by working out or getting a massage, Champs Academy has just what you need! We have student packages ranging from $15-$25, which cover everything from an open gym membership to getting a special deal on massages from The Serenity …

Student Activities

ACOC

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: SGA

ACOC is TOMORROW! For those who don’t know what ACOC is, it is a retreat for students to rest and rejuvenate and connect with other students and faculty and staff members. Signs-ups are still happening in the DC today and tomorrow during lunch and dinner. We leave at 6 pm …

Rooted – First Episode of the semester

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Forester Radio

Tomorrow #RootedThursdays starts up again! We are so excited for this episode! If you are an artist trying to figure out where to begin this is the episode for you! The episode will be airing on Forester Radio 105.5 if you are not in Huntington but still want to listen …

Forester Village/ Commuters Powderpuff

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Michelle Kelsey

Ladies who would like to participate in powderpuff please come to our first practice TODAY (9/21) on the Quad at 7:00pm. We are also seeking coaches! Guys, we need your football expertise!! See you today!

Academic

FORESTER LECTURE! Next Thursday

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: David E Alexander

Join us on Thursday, Sept 28th at 7pm in Zurcher for the first Forester Lecture of the year. The lecture “The Justice of Hell” will be delivered by Dr. James Bruce of John Brown University. For more information about our speaker go to: https://www.jbu.edu/majors/philosophy/faculty/?id=3739

The Christians opens tonight!

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Theatre Department

Another review is in! “Dope” states Dr. David Alexander, after viewing rehearsal. “The Christians” by Lucas Hnath runs September 21, 22 and 26 at 7:30PM and Sepember 23 at 2:00PM & 7:30PM in Zurcher auditorium. Please encourage your students to attend. Elective chapel credit is being offered for attendance. Join …

Alpha Chi Induction Ceremony

20 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Alpha Chi

The following students have achieved the highest academic honor on campus of being elected to the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, and will each be introduced in an Induction Ceremony at 11:11 am on Friday, Sept. 22, in the Longaker Recital Hall of the Merillat Centre for the Arts. …

Administrative

SNAG YOUR SIGN-UP SHEET for SMALL GROUPS

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Layla bb Solms || Campus Ministries

SELECT your top 3 choices for Small Groups. We begin October 6. Return your sign-up sheet to Campus Ministries by Wednesday, September 27 @ 4:30 PM.

Student Rates for Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival This Weekend

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Tina Bobilya, Huntington County Visitor Bureau

Show your student ID this weekend at the Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival for a discounted admission rate of only $1. The event is this weekend, September 23rd and 24 at Hier’s Park in Huntington (547 S Briant St, Huntington). Come out for your favorite festival foods like kettle …

Movie Ticket Giveaway

21 Sep 2017 | Posted By: Forester Radio

What you need to do: 1. Listen to Rooted @ 7 PM on Forester Radio 105.5 on the radio or on the Tunein app 2. Come to the HUB between 7:30-8:30PM find the Forester Radio team and show them you subscribed to Rooted on ITunes or Soundcloud for 2 tickets …