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‘The Penguin Tango’ dances onto world stage
‘The Penguin Tango’ dances onto world stage

Jul 31, 2019

Broadway World called “The Penguin Tango” “… sweet, charming, winsome and utterly enjoyable.” Backstage Magazine called it “a parachute ride into an anthropomorphic amusement park.”

Audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival will get to find out for themselves when ’Berg Theatre Director Stephen Svoboda’s original play gets its international premiere next week in Scotland.

A cast and crew of 25 students, accompanied by five faculty members, and about a dozen family and friends, will depart on Saturday for the Fringe to prepare for and perform the play on a world stage.

Volleyball team selected as AVCA Team Academic Award recipient
Volleyball team selected as AVCA Team Academic Award recipient

Jul 30, 2019

Earlier this week, the Heidelberg University volleyball team was selected as an AVCA Team Academic Award winner for their combined efforts in the classroom during the 2018-19 academic year.

The award, given by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, honors collegiate and high school volleyball teams that displayed excellence in the classroom during the school year by maintaining at least a 3.30 cumulative team GPA on a 4.0 scale.

Heidelberg appoints 3 alumni to Board of Trustees
Heidelberg appoints 3 alumni to Board of Trustees

Jul 19, 2019

Three distinguished alumni have joined the Board of Trustees, effective July 1. Dale Chorba, ’85, of Hinckley, Ohio, Dr. Karen Kovalow-St. John, ’79, of Valparaiso, Indiana, and Paul Stallings, ’79, of Akron, Ohio, will serve four-year terms, according to Heidelberg President Robert Huntington.

Heidelberg celebrates AJY’s 60th anniversary
Heidelberg celebrates AJY’s 60th anniversary

Jul 16, 2019

During the 60th anniversary of the American Junior Year (AJY) program last month in Heidelberg, Germany, the many levels of passion for the program shined through – from current students and administrators to ‘Berg representatives President Rob Huntington and Dean Bryan Smith, who were on hand to celebrate the longevity and partnership of this enduring study abroad program.

NCWQR plays big role in algal bloom forecast
NCWQR plays big role in algal bloom forecast

Jul 11, 2019

The National Center for Water Quality Research team has been monitoring the Maumee River for nearly 50 years now. But above-normal rainfall in the spring and early summer months have shined a new light on their data and cast the staff into the limelight more than ever.

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