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Sep 18, 2018
Seneca County Common Pleas Judge Steve Shuff brought his courtroom to Heidelberg’s campus today in celebration of Constitution Day. In all, Shuff dealt with 15 felony criminal cases in Herbster Chapel.
Students, faculty and staff got to witness the real-life court cases, followed by enlightening interaction between cases with the judge, who emphasized the importance of Constitutional rights in the judicial process.
Jun 25, 2018
At 101 years old, Lenore (Van Gundia) Costello was the oldest graduate at Alumni Weekend this year and the lone representative of her Class of 1938 to celebrate their 80th reunion. It truly was a memorable day for Lenore and the nearly 600 alumni who returned to campus for to celebrate “One for the Books.”
Jun 22, 2018
You might not expect to find many Heidelberg alums at a television station near the Alabama-Georgia border, let alone three of them.
2018 grads Karien Graf and Shannon Nichols joined Scott Carpenter, ’17, at WLTZ NBC-38 in Columbus, Georgia, at the end of May. With a little help from Nathan Cutietta, director of the Media Communication Center, both women were put in contact with Gene Kirkconnell, the director of news and local programming at WLTZ.
Mar 16, 2018
Using technology to stimulate creativity. Having confidence to try teaching techniques outside the norm. Implementing movement and play in the special ed classroom. These are strategies that three young alumni teachers shared with Heidelberg education majors as part of the 2018 Education Summit this week.
Dec 8, 2017
Environmental science students have new and exciting opportunities to pursue multi-disciplinary areas of research, travel and participation in conferences and other out-of-class learning. These are the types of transformative experiences that stir passion in sophomores Anna McNabb and Lexi Page-Boyd.