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UNDIGNIFIED Showcase

May 4, 2017 Student Activities Comments Off on UNDIGNIFIED Showcase Posted By: Logan Presnell

Come out tonight, Thursday, May 4th, for a great night of music and dance to see Huntington University’s dance crew Undignified’s Showcase. The show is at 8pm in Zurcher auditorium and completely FREE and all friends and family are welcome. Spread the word!!

2017-18 daily planner events

May 4, 2017 Administrative 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.

FINANCIAL AID FOR NEXT YEAR

May 4, 2017 Administrative Comments Off on FINANCIAL AID FOR NEXT YEAR Posted By: Office of Financial Aid

Please check your campus mail box before you leave campus!! If you are required to submit ADDITIONAL INFORMATION to our office for us to COMPLETE YOUR AID for 17/18, you will have a letter from us telling you what is needed. Thanks!

TREBLEMAKERS SPRING CONCERT!

May 4, 2017 Student Activities Comments Off on TREBLEMAKERS SPRING CONCERT! Posted By: Treblemakers

Saturday at 8:30pm the Treblemakers will be holding their spring concert to celebrate the end of their 10th school year of being founded! Invite friends and be prepared to laugh and sing and per your pants for no good reason! Can’t wait to see you in Longacre Recital Hall on Saturday night! Admission is free!

GLOWDOWN

May 4, 2017 Student Activities Comments Off on GLOWDOWN Posted By: Claire Bowles

Due to classic Indiana weather, it is going to be too cold and rainy for a Foamdown this Friday, like we orignally planned. In place, we will be hosting the classic Glowdown in Hardy Basement!

There will be dancing as well as a paint station, photobooth, dance battle, and costume contest. The winner of the dance battle and the most creative paint job will win giftcards!

ABLE Peer Mentors Needed

May 4, 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.

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

May 4, 2017 Academic Comments Off on Department of Visual Arts Senior Exhibit and Reception, Saturday, May 6 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 provided. We hope to see you there!

Softball

May 4, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Softball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The Crossroads League announced its 2017 softball awards and among the list of honorees is a pair of freshmen in Lairen Miller and Casey Lehman and junior Audra Klopfenstein.

Miller tops the list for the Foresters having received All-Conference honors in addition to being named the Newcomer of the Year. The rookie pitcher was thrown into the fire this year and wasted little time acclimating.

The Goshen native (Fairfield HS) has accumulated 16 regular season wins to date and boasts a 2.30 ERA while holding opponents to a .293 batting average. Miller has pitched 158 innings, striking out 62 batters while giving up 187 hits and a mere 16 walks. She currently has the second most wins in league play with 15 and ranks second among her conference counterparts in innings pitched (158) and walks allowed per game (.71).

Miller has also made a name for herself at the plate where she claims a .369 batting average and has posted 24 hits, four for extra bases, and nine RBI.

Joining Miller on the All-Conference team is classmate Casey Lehman.

Lehman (New Palestine, Ind., New Palestine HS) currently carries a team-best .417 batting average and has slugged out a team-leading 60 hits, which includes 18 doubles, three triples and two dingers, to rank 6th and 5th among her league peers. The rookie catcher also leads the team in total bases with 90 (2nd in the league), slugging percentage at .625 (4th in the league) and RBI with 34 (8th in the league).

Behind the plate defensively, Lehman boasts a .989 fielding percentage and has thrown out 13 base-runners.

Junior Audra Klopfenstein (Archbold, Ohio, Pettisville HS) earned her second consecutive Honorable Mention All-Conference badge. The speedster leads the Foresters in steals with 19 for the 7th spot in the league standings in addition to topping HU in runs scored with 38.

Klopfenstein ranks second on the team in hits (52) and slugging percentage (.457). She tops the league, along with Lehman, in triples and sits 9th in runs scored and 12th in hits per game (1.13).

Softball

May 4, 2017 Sports Comments Off on Softball Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

Things didn’t go as planned for the 4th-seeded HU softball team as they made an early exit from the Crossroads League Tournament Wednesday afternoon. After suffering a disappointing 5-1 decision to 5th-seeded Grace College, the Foresters lasted 11 innings against 8th-seeded Spring Arbor University before suffering a 7-6 loss in an elimination game to bring an end to their otherwise successful season.

The Foresters wrap up the year with an overall record of 29-18-1.

Against the Lancers, Huntington struggled through the first five innings to find themselves in a 3-0 hole. Not only were their bats quiet, but they also committed two costly errors that resulted in two unearned runs.

HU finally found home in the sixth with plenty of help from the Lancers but it was too little too late. After back-to-back walks and a groundout that moved both runners into scoring position, an infield error allowed one run to score. It pulled the Foresters within two at 3-1 but Grace would go on to touch home twice in the seventh to balloon the lead to 5-1. Their advantage stood as HU’s only offense in the bottom of the frame was Karley Blankenship’s single into left.

Lairen Miller took the loss for HU giving up eight hits, five runs, three of which were earned, and a walk while striking out three.

Game two had a similar feel in that Huntington got off to a slow start. After five scoreless innings, Camille Furrow finally got her team on the board with a solo shot over the left field fence, her fifth homer of the year. Her dinger knotted things up at 1-1 but SAU responded in their half of the frame to score twice to reclaim the lead at 3-1 heading into the seventh.

It was do or die for the gritty Foresters and they responded. Blankenship led off with a triple down the left field line before coming home on Casey Lehman’s RBI-single. A SAU error landed Audra Klopfenstein on base and after stealing second, she and Lehman scored on Miller’s single through the right side for the go ahead at 4-3.

The Foresters were three outs from a dramatic come-from-behind win but the Cougars had other plans as they manufactured a run in their half the frame to extend the game to extra innings. Little did anyone suspect, the game was far from over.

After a scoreless eighth, the Foresters came up with some big hits in the ninth to piece together another impressive rally for a two-run advantage of 6-4. Natalie McGuire and Lehman opened up with a double and single respectively and then both made their way home on Klopfenstein’s two-run single through the hole at second.

Once again, SAU had an answer. They combined timely hitting and a Forester error to plate two unearned runs and keep their upset hopes alive. Two innings later, that hope became reality as a walk-off single by Savannah Weaver in the 11th brought the game to a screeching halt.

Miller was charged with her second loss of the day. Furrow tossed the first six innings, giving up nine hits, four runs and two walks while striking out one before being relieved by Miller who surrendered six hits, three runs, only one of which was earned, and two walks in 4.1 innings on the mound.

HU finished with 14 hits with Lehman posting four of them and an RBI while Miller recorded three hits and two RBI. Marty Harris added a pair of hits while Klopfenstein drove in that many runs.

For Spring Arbor, today’s win was their first win over Gower’s squad this season as the Foresters swept the Cougars 4-0 in regular season action.

CD’s FOR SALE!!

May 4, 2017 General Comments Off on CD’s FOR SALE!! Posted By: Logan DeMaa

CD’s for sale! Asset Resale has lots of CD’s ranging from $3 – $5. The CD’s consist of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, 90’s, 80’s, 70’s, and many more. Contact Logan DeMaa if interested.
• Email: demaal@huntington.edu
• Phone: (920)960-9991

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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.

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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 – …