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Computer Science Senior Presentation

May 8, 2017 Academic Comments Off on Computer Science Senior Presentation Posted By: Jeff Lehman

The campus is invited to a Computer Science Senior Presentation by Ally Sowle and Racheal Jaworkski Tuesday May 9th at 1 pm. in Science Hall room 150. They will present the website they created for Claymore Manor Bed and Breakfast.

CAPS & GOWNS!!

May 8, 2017 General Comments Off on CAPS & GOWNS!! Posted By: HU Bookstore

If you are a prospective graduate and have not picked up your cap & gown from the HU Bookstore, please do so before Friday, May 12th at 3:00pm!

Still have Forester Bucks?

May 8, 2017 General Comments Off on Still have Forester Bucks? Posted By: HU Bookstore

We accept Forester Bucks in the HU Bookstore. Come in and spend them before they expire at the end of the semester! Use them on anything in the store except gift cards….even textbooks.

Not Returning for the Fall 2017 – EXIT PROCESS

May 8, 2017 Administrative Comments Off on Not Returning for the Fall 2017 – EXIT PROCESS Posted By: Scott Raymond

If you are not returning to HU for the Fall 2017, you MUST complete the EXIT process. This process helps you tie up any lose ends to ensure a more smooth transition to your next college or university, or your return to HU!

The EXIT Process may be picked up at the Registrar’s Office on the 1st floor of Becker Hall between the hours 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Once completed, the forms may be returned to the Registrar’s Office as well.

Graduating Seniors do not have to complete the EXIT process.

Important Information Regarding Mailbox Keys and Summer Addresses

May 8, 2017 Administrative, General Comments Off on Important Information Regarding Mailbox Keys and Summer Addresses Posted By: Amy Johnson

The last day we will put mail in student mailboxes is Wednesday, May 10th.

Before you leave the campus, please remember to turn in your mailbox key in the original envelope. You must return your mail key to Mailing Services in the Maintenance Building. ANY KEYS NOT RETURNED WILL BE ASSESSED A $25 FINE. PLEASE CLEAN OUT YOUR MAILBOXES BEFORE TURNING IN YOUR KEY!!!! All items will be thrown away except for the first-class mail. Only first-class mail will be forwarded. Magazines, newspapers, catalogs, etc. will not be forwarded.

Also, if you are going to be living somewhere OTHER THAN your permanent home address over the summer and would like to have your mail forwarded to you there, please fill out that information by going to the Student Life page on the Portal.

If you have any questions, call me at ext. 4034 or email me at ajohnson@huntington.edu .

Thanks and have a great summer!

2017-18 daily planner events

May 8, 2017 Administrative, Student Activities Comments Off on 2017-18 daily planner events Posted By: Margaret Pasko

Every year students are given a daily planner with events that are scheduled for the academic year.  If you have anything you would like to see posted in the planner, please email the information to mpasko@huntington.edu by June 6, 2017.  If you could supply the following information (or at least as much as you know at this time) event, date, place, and time, I would appreciate it.  If you have any questions, please let me know.

Thanks

 

ABLE Peer Mentors Needed

May 8, 2017 Student Activities Comments Off on ABLE Peer Mentors Needed Posted By: Erica Marshall

Peer mentors and student volunteers are an integral part of the Huntington University ABLE (Achieving Balance in Life through Education) program. The ABLE program is committed to providing a college experience for identified students (ages 18-24) with cognitive disabilities. Applications are now being accepted through May 10th and students can pick up an application in the Education Office or at Loew Brenn 287. If you have questions please contact Erica Marshall.

Baseball

May 8, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Baseball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The top-seeded Forester baseball team took care of business in opening round of the Crossroads League Tournament with an 11-1 win in eight innings over 8th-seeded Bethel College (20-21) Saturday afternoon at Forest Glen. Next up for HU is a 12:00 p.m. matchup with the winner of the Taylor/Goshen game on Monday at home.

The win not only sends Huntington into the next round of the Crossroads League Tournament, but also marks a significant milestone in the coaching career of head coach Mike Frame. The win is Frame’s 800th win of his 33-year career at the helm of HU the program.

To date, Frame has posted 800 victories against 664 losses. Along the way, Coach Frame has guided the Foresters to eight regular season conference championships and seven tournament conference championships. His teams have earned three bids to the NAIA World Series. He has coached 12 NAIA All-Americans and five of his players have gone on to play professionally.

As has been the case all year, pitching was impressive for Frame’s crew. Freshman Mason Shinabery tossed the first seven frames and gave up just four hits, one run and a walk while striking out seven to pick up the win before Tarrin Beach offered an inning of scoreless relief.

Offensively, the Foresters (30-11) scored early and often to jet in front 7-0 after two. Two mighty swings of the batt accounted for six of the runs as Dylan Henricks cranked one out of the park in the first, a three-run blast over the right field fence, and then Shea Beauchamp duplicated that effort by sending his over the left field fence in the second.

Just prior to Beauchamp’s 12th dinger of the year, Adam Roser singled in Tyler Zimske who had led off the inning with a walk. Both teams scored in the fourth with HU’s coming by way of Beauchamp’s sacrifice fly to make for the 8-1 difference by the midway point.

Things were quiet until the bottom of the eighth when HU took advantage two walks and a hit batter to load the bases. A wild throw led to Frame’s squad scoring twice inching them within a run of mercy ruling the Pilots. Bethel took a chance in intentionally walking Beauchamp to load the bases once again but Henricks, batting clean-up, made them pay with an RBI-single to extend the gap to ten and cut the game short.

The Foresters outhit Bethel 11-6. Adam Roser finished 3-for-3 at the plate with three RBI while Beauchamp and Henricks added four RBI each.

Track & Field

May 8, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Track & Field Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Three Foresters earned All-Conference honors over the weekend at the 2017 Crossroads League Track & Field Championships hosted by Taylor University.

Senior Jean Donaldson topped the list by repeating as a double All-Conference honoree in hammer throw and javelin. The Peru native took 3rd in the hammer with a heave of 44.36 meters before posting a 2nd place finish in javelin with a mark of 36.50 meters.

Junior Nicole Pennington earned an All-Conference badge in the 200 meters by clocking in at 26.15 seconds. She also earned points in the 100 meters by finishing fourth in 12.80 seconds.

Classmate Samantha McCoy also clocked in at 12.80 in the 100 meters and was awarded 3rd place for a spot on the All-Conference Team.

Pennington and McCoy teamed up with Michelle Kelsey and Molly Mitchell to earn four points for HU by finishing 5th in the 4×100 meter relay (49.77) and then went on to run the 4×400 meter relay with Mitchell and Aspen Dirr to claim 6th with a time of 4:18.94.

Junior Paige Coolman placed in three field events to earn eight points for her team. Her season-best toss of 38.50 meters in discus earned her 6th place. She claimed 5th in javelin by posting a mark of 33.15 meters and then took 8th in shot put with a PR heave of 11.50 meters.

Kelsey also had a solid outing in field events for the Foresters. She tied for 5th place in high jump with a leap of 1.45 meters after which she collected 5th in triple jump with a mark of 10.11 meters.

As a team, the Huntington women claimed 6th with 53.5 points. Marian edged past IWU to claim the title with 181 points. Wesleyan finished with 176.5 points followed by Taylor (155.5), Spring Arbor (90.5), Bethel (73), HU (53.5), Grace (26), Saint Francis (22), Mount Vernon (19) and Goshen (15).

The HU men finished 9th overall. Brooks Gerke was a double point-getter for Coach Childs’ crew. He finished 5th in pole vault (4.30 meters) and tied for 8th in high jump (1.80 meters).

Avniel Barrow was the only other Forester to claim points in an individual event. He sprinted to a 6th place finish in the 100 meters by crossing the line in 11.26 seconds.

Huntington’s scoring was rounded out by two relay teams. CJ Robertson, Barrow, Bradey Gerke and Adam Woods ran to a 5th place finish in the 4×100 meter relay in 43.33 seconds. The foursome of Michael Bowman, Nick Childs, Elston Jones and Codi Wiersema teamed up in the 4×800 meter relay to clock in at 8:44.93 good for 8th place.

Marian also claimed the men’s title with 192 points followed by Bethel (163.33), IWU (127.67), Taylor (113.33), Grace (89), Mount Vernon (57.33), Goshen (31), Spring Arbor (28), HU (13.33) and Saint Francis (4).

house for rent

May 8, 2017 General Comments Off on house for rent Posted By: Dr. Carla MacDonald

For Rent
283 Home Street
4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car attached garage, off street parking, all appliances provided including washer and dryer, lots of closet space, 2400 square feet,
$1,300 per month for 9 months (Mid August – Mid May)
$1,200 per month for 12 months (Mid May –Mid May)
Call 260-224-3112 (Ryan Warner)

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Conference on Nonviolence Training

3 May 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

The Victory Noll Center is sponsoring a workshop this summer on nonviolence training at the Huntington Church of the Nazarene. The conference will be July 28-29, 2017. If you are interested in the conference, please contact Norris Friesen nfriesen@huntington.edu for a registration packet. The cost is $30 for students.

Conference on Nonviolence

2 May 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

The Victory Noll Center is sponsoring a workshop this summer on nonviolence training at the Huntington Church of the Nazarene. The conference will be July 28-29, 2017. If you are interested in the conference, please contact Norris Friesen nfriesen@huntington.edu for a registration packet. The cost is $30 for students.

Conference on Nonviolence Training

1 May 2017 | Posted By: Norris Friesen

Victory Noll is sponsoring a workshop this summer on nonviolence at the Huntington Church of the Nazarene. The conference a training will be July 28-29, 2017. If you are interested in the conference, please contact Norris Friesen (nfriesen@huntington.edu) for a registration packet. The cost is $30 for students.

General

Interested in Summer Job still

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Laura Birch

SpringHill is in need of 21 male counselors among activity staff. Please apply at apply at springhillcamps.com and put in my name as a referral. It is the best summer you would look back on.

Orientation Parking

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Susanne Watson

Well over 200 new students will be descending on campus on Thursday, August 24. In hopes of making move-in as smooth as possible we are asking the following folks to park in designated lots around campus on Thursday only: Returning Students: PLEX Incoming New Students/Families: MCA, DC, Lower Livingston, and …

SGA Ice-Cream Social

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Millie Smith

This is an ice-cream social for all student leaders on campus. We just want to encourage you with ice-cream before you start your school year. Just bring yourself and be ready to eat ice-cream and enjoy others company

Student Activities

SGA Ice-Cream Social

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Millie Smith

This is an ice-cream social for all student leaders on campus. We just want to encourage you with ice-cream before you start your school year. Just bring yourself and be ready to eat ice-cream and enjoy others company

ABLE Peer Mentors Needed

9 May 2017 | Posted By: Erica Marshall

Peer mentors and student volunteers are an integral part of the Huntington University ABLE (Achieving Balance in Life through Education) program. The ABLE program is committed to providing a college experience for identified students (ages 18-24) with cognitive disabilities. Applications are now being accepted through May 10th and students can …

2017-18 daily planner events

8 May 2017 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

Every year students are given a daily planner with events that are scheduled for the academic year.  If you have anything you would like to see posted in the planner, please email the information to mpasko@huntington.edu by June 6, 2017.  If you could supply the following information (or at least …

Academic

Ictus 2017 Copies

10 May 2017 | Posted By: Sigma Tau Delta

The 2017 issue of Ictus is here! You can find them in the academic buildings, the dorms, and the HUB. Pick up your copy before you leave for summer break!

Computer Science Senior Presentation

8 May 2017 | Posted By: Jeff Lehman

The campus is invited to a Computer Science Senior Presentation by Ally Sowle and Racheal Jaworkski Tuesday May 9th at 1 pm. in Science Hall room 150. They will present the website they created for Claymore Manor Bed and Breakfast.

Department of Visual Arts Senior Exhibit and Reception, Saturday, May 6

5 May 2017 | Posted By: Melissa Duffer

The Department of Visual Arts would like to invite you to view the Senior Exhibit currently on display in the Wilson Gallery. Join us on Saturday, May 6, 6-7:30pm in the Wilson Gallery to honor the graduating seniors: Courtney Lierman, Colin Madden, Larkayla Mosley, and Michaela Winger. Refreshments will be …

Administrative

Parking decals, IDs, planners, etc.

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

The student life office, located upper level of the HUB, will be open 1:00-5:00 PM on Saturday, August 26 and Sunday, August 27 for students to pick up parking decals, IDs, planners, etc. The regular business office hours are Monday-Friday 8A-noon and 1-5 PM. Please email mpasko@huntington.edu, if you have …

SGA Representatives

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: Millie Smith

Hello everyone! Our Student Government Associations (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: 1 international rep, …

Habecker Dining Services – Labor Day Weekend Hours

21 Aug 2017 | Posted By: June Frederick

Friday September 01, 2017 – Habecker Dinning Breakfast: 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM Lunch: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Dinner: 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Norms Place – Friday September 01, 2017 10:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Reopen Tuesday September 05, 2017 – 10:45 AM Saturday September 02, 2017 – …