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May 15, 2017
"I believe in you because I was you."
Those were a few of the words of advice from Heidelberg distinguished alumni John Buccigross, ’88, as he addressed the graduating Class of 2017 Sunday.
Buccigross, co-host of ESPN’s SportsCenter weeknights, titled his address “Superheroes.” And then he became one.
His main message was about finding happiness.
“Usually, I’m a man wearing makeup talking about sports, but today, I’m a man wearing makeup talking about happiness,” he said.
Apr 11, 2017
‘Berg alumnus Ed Knopf, ’65, who served as the School of Business’s Executive-in-Residence this week, has hired a few people in his day … well, more than a few. As the owner of nearly a dozen companies over his career, he’s uniquely qualified to speak about today’s workforce.
During his time on campus, Ed spoke to a number of classes, met with student organizations in the School of Business and participated in a panel on millennials in the workplace.
Mar 29, 2017
Locally, and now nationally, Jordan Hux ‘16 has made her mark on the world of CrossFit.
Competing against nearly 40 other teams, Jordan and her team, The Replacements, took home first place in the CrossFit Endeavor 6 Person Co-ed Competition at the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus.
Mar 27, 2017
Three short years after she graduated from Heidelberg, Lauren Stainbrook is exactly where she wants to be.
“I can precisely remember so many long nights in the labs in Bareis Hall, wondering if I would ever accomplished all I hoped I would,” says Lauren, who returned to Heidelberg Monday to speak to current students about “Life After Finals.”
Mar 14, 2017
After deciding the Alumni Council could use a jolt of energy and a new purpose, President Kim Newman and the Office of Alumni Engagement decided to take a year off and do their due diligence about how best to revitalize the organization.
“The Alumni Council was not really moving forward and it was going to cease to exist if we didn’t change it,” said current President Kim Newman, ’90, who spearheaded the transformation, along with Ashley Helmstetter and Bob Youngblood.