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HU Symphonic Band to dedicate concert to injured student

Apr 24, 2017

Heidelberg University’s Symphonic Band, under the direction of Jonathan Waters, will dedicate its spring concert on Saturday, April 29, to band member Bernadette Wolfe, a freshman music major from Bellevue who was injured in an auto accident April 18.

“It’s times like this when our community comes together, our friends come together and the band family comes together,” Waters said. Wolfe plays oboe in the Symphonic Band and performs with Heidelberg’s Marching band, which Waters also directs.

The theme of the spring concert is “I Lift My Eyes.”

Student playwrights tackle real-life issues

Apr 24, 2017

Sometimes, personal experiences make the most relevant and interesting plot lines for the stage.

Senior Kyrsten Lilly wanted to try something non-traditional for her Honors capstone project. So rather than research, she selected to write a play.

Chem Club brings home national award

Apr 19, 2017

While attending the American Chemical Society Meeting is an annual tradition for Heidelberg, so too is bringing home national awards.

Senior receives Fulbright award

Apr 18, 2017

April 5 was a big day for senior Summer Hunter-Kysor. Her parents traveled from their home in Pennsylvania to watch her as she presented at her final Student Research Conference. It had been a great day as she supported several her friends who also were presenting at the conference. Later in the day, she and her tennis teammates were headed to a match at Capital University when she got the call she’d been anticipating for six months.

A presidential learning experience

Apr 13, 2017

One of northwest Ohio’s jewels, The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont, Ohio, is just a 20-minute drive from the Heidelberg campus, where senior history major Evan Engelhart is interning this semester.

A typical day at the Hayes Center for Evan includes shadowing tour guides, collecting five to seven artifacts to highlight on the tours and gathering information for his research at the Hayes Center.

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