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Jan 18, 2021
Over the years, renaissance man and ‘Berg alumnus Pete Green, ’78, has enjoyed delving into his heritage, studying it and collecting examples such as book and magazine covers to illustrate the struggle of African Americans through history.
Today, on Heidelberg’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day ON!, Pete delivered an inspiring keynote address, kicking off a weeklong series of primarily virtual events designed to celebrate diversity, broaden our minds and further our campus community’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Jan 12, 2021
When Rachel Ferri and the ‘Berg women’s basketball team takes the court on Jan. 22, it’ll be her first game as a head coach and the first home athletic contest in nearly a year. And it can’t get here soon enough.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of all athletic competition last March, just as spring seasons were getting underway. The fall provided the opportunity for a phased, controlled return to athletic activities with strength and conditioning, smaller group practices and normal practices by the end of the semester.
Jan 11, 2021
Beginning this Sunday, Heidelberg will come together for a celebration of diversity with a weeklong series of programming of learning, understanding and development. Most of the events will be held virtually this year.
Jan 7, 2021
January 7, 2021
Dear Heidelberg Community,
The violent uprising at our nation’s Capitol yesterday was nothing short of an assault on the ideals of our Constitution and the very principles of the American democratic way of life. We are shocked, angered, disgusted, frightened and saddened by the actions of this mob of extremists who in no way represent the values of this great nation, including the right to democratically elect our representatives of government and the right to peacefully protest.
Jan 7, 2021
English 290 – Sophomore Studies in English – is tasked annually with producing Heidelberg’s Humanities Symposium. Launched in 2016 as a way to showcase academic excellence by students from the English, History and Religion, the symposium is a collaborative effort to celebrate and promote student research projects.
This year’s symposium took on a different look because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the outcome was just as rewarding.