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Student Senate encourages involvement in clubs, orgs
Student Senate encourages involvement in clubs, orgs

Sep 10, 2020

Being a member of a student organization – or multiple organizations, as is the case for many ‘Berg students – provides a place to gain new experiences, learn new skills and meet new people.

“It adds so much to the ‘Berg experience, giving us something to look forward to outside of the classroom and another reason to return back to campus,” says junior Noah Kennard.

Noah is actively involved in Greek Life, Student Senate, Chem Club, BEC, men’s tennis and as an Orientation leader in the summer.

Students: 'Campus atmosphere is incredible'
Students: 'Campus atmosphere is incredible'

Sep 3, 2020

Reunions with friends, teammates and professors … in-person classes … seeing familiar faces on campus … some sense of normalcy. Heidelberg students seem overjoyed to be back for the fall semester, even as they navigate flex classes, wearing masks and social distancing and new ways of interacting with each other.

New town homes give students cool housing option
New town homes give students cool housing option

Aug 25, 2020

When Heidelberg University upperclassmen returned for the new academic year on Saturday and Sunday, they had an exciting new option for their campus residential living.

Earlier this month, Heidelberg completed construction of the Main Street Town Homes, located at the intersection of Main and Hedges streets, on the south side of the campus.

’20 grad going the extra mile(s) in charity bike ride
’20 grad going the extra mile(s) in charity bike ride

Jul 15, 2020

In the spring semester, senior Tyler Barker launched a GoFundMe fund-raiser to help his friend, Darnell Cooley, the morning cook in Heidelberg’s dining hall, who is battling cancer. He set out with a goal of $15,000; his “Dollars for Darnell” campaign raised more than $7,000.

Service is the theme for Alternative Break trips
Service is the theme for Alternative Break trips

Mar 10, 2020

The Office of Civic Engagement and the Alternative Break Club is sponsoring three Alternative Break trips this year. During spring break this year, three groups are volunteering for service projects with Habitat for Humanity in Elizabethtown, Kentucky; the Big Oaks Animal Rescue Farm in Hodges, South Carolina; and the Back Bay Mission in Biloxi, Mississippi.

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