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Nov 20, 2019
This year's Ethics Bowl Team, sponsored by the School of Business & Technology (BAE219), sent seven undergraduates of various majors to the regional competition at Oakland University last weekend. The Heidelberg team fared well, ranking third out of 11 regional schools. This third-place rank earns the ’Berg team an alternate spot at national competition in Atlanta in February.
Competing for Heidelberg were: Zak Hahn, Penelope Christian, Emma Baughman, Katie Bauman, Rebekah Marstaller, Em Swain and Reece Schmidt.
Oct 21, 2019
Seven students from Dr. Barry Devine’s spring semester literature course, “Studies in the Irish Novel,” had an opportunity typically afforded to faculty and grad students when they participated in the Midwest Regional American Conference for Irish Studies Oct. 10-12.
Oct 18, 2019
Jessica Burge had an opportunity to cross something off her bucket list when she decided to study abroad in Australia. Halfway through the semester, she realizes she’s living her dream, even if it has pushed her outside of her comfort zone.
Sep 12, 2019
When you get a surprise opportunity to do something you love halfway around the world, you jump on it! That was the case for women’s lacrosse player Angela Lulejian.
Angela, a junior exercise science major from Glendale, California, was recruited to join an all-star lacrosse team to experience international competition for two weeks in June. The team traveled to Australia, playing against three different teams, including the Australian national team and a couple of club teams.
Aug 23, 2019
Senior Penelope Christian – like many students who take a leap to study abroad – had a great experience when she traveled to Nicaragua through Outreach360 to volunteer on an Alternative Break trip in March 2018. She is hoping to start her own non-profit one day, so it was the perfect way to serve others, which is her life goal.
“It was an amazing experience,” Penelope said. “I went to educate the students but they don’t realize how much they’re educating us on humanity and life.”