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Clean Plate Station passes evaluation, gets certification
Clean Plate Station passes evaluation, gets certification

Dec 11, 2019

Heidelberg University, in conjunction with Parkhurst Dining, has passed a rigorous audit by Kitchens with Confidence. The audit, completed in October, is an in-depth look into Heidelberg’s kitchen operation to ensure that guests with food allergies are served safely. Clean Plate, the newest station inside Hoernemann Refectory, is now “Certified Free From™” gluten and six of the major eight allergens: fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, and dairy.

Seniors stick with Marching Band, Waters; investment pays off
Seniors stick with Marching Band, Waters; investment pays off

Nov 7, 2019

“Back in the day,” when Jon Waters arrived at Heidelberg to re-create a respectable Marching Band, the task seemed daunting.

Families & Fellows: Making opportunities possible
Families & Fellows: Making opportunities possible

Sep 24, 2019

The dynamic father-daughter duo of Dave and Allison Krebs did a great job expressing the value of their Heidelberg experiences, although in different generations, at the annual Families & Fellows dinner on Saturday. 

“I found Heidelberg through the love of my parents,” said Allison, who told the crowd of about 300 ‘Berg students and families and about 100 members of the Fellows Organization that her parents, Dave and Kim, met at Heidelberg.

Class of 2023 by the numbers
Class of 2023 by the numbers

Sep 4, 2019

Heidelberg has welcomed 362 new students to campus this fall. This includes 333 first-time, first-year students and 29 transfer students. According to President Rob Huntington, who officially welcomed the Class of 2023 with the campus community during Opening Convocation, they bring a wealth of talent, energy, diversity and accomplishments.

A deeper dive into the demographics of the class reveal some interesting statistics about their makeup:

After camp with young adults with Down syndrome, ‘We’re PALS people now’
After camp with young adults with Down syndrome, ‘We’re PALS people now’

Aug 27, 2019

There’s a group of students on campus suffering from a severe case of FOMP – Fear of Missing PALS. But thanks to social media, cell phones and lots of photos, they’re staying well connected with their new friends.

In this case, PALS refers to Camp PALS, an immersive experience for young adults with Down syndrome and their peers to have fun, grow as individuals and build transformative friendships. 

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