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Jun 17, 2020
For the second year, the community organization Seneca Proud recently hosted Pride events in the Tiffin community. Current and past MAC students Courtney Hughes Ksenich, Savannah Long and Autumn Crawford, as well as Professor Dr. Meagan McBride, all helped to organize the year's events.
Jan 17, 2020
This year, Heidelberg is bringing renewed and bigger meaning to its observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with the campus community participating in learning/development and service activities throughout the day.
In the larger Tiffin-Seneca County community, Heidelberg’s presence will be seen and felt throughout the day, especially at the Community Celebration: The Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday night. It’s open to everyone.
Nov 11, 2019
Heidelberg saluted the service and sacrifices of all veterans, past and present, during the annual Veterans Day ceremony this morning. The ceremony was organized by Student Senate.
The ceremony began with the singing of the National Anthem by junior music major David Carey. Those in attendance observed a moment of silence for alumnus Jim Roberts, ’65, former sheriff, city councilman and United Veterans Council representative, who died in September. Jim had been a mainstay at past Veterans Day ceremonies for years, leading the UVC color guard.
Oct 31, 2019
Last April, when Kjirsten Corson became the new director of Sisters in Shelter, a local safe house for victims of human trafficking and domestic violence, she knew she wanted to infuse some fresh ideas into the organization. One of them was creating a new logo. Kjirsten turned to Heidelberg with a cool idea to have students enter a contest to design the new graphic identity for Sisters in Shelter.
Oct 16, 2019
Students in the Explorations of Psychology class traveled to Wooster over Fall Break for a service learning experience and to take a closer look at the problem of homelessness in the community. They described the experience as “eye-opening” and “amazing.”