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Aug 26, 2019
First-year students at Tiffin University and Heidelberg University have recently arrived on campus to kick off the new academic year. And if the universities have anything to do with it, they’d like to keep them here during the long Labor Day Weekend.
TU and Heidelberg are partnering on a series of activities being billed as LaborSTAY Weekend, designed to keep students on campus and meet some new friends at the same time.
Aug 23, 2019
Senior Penelope Christian – like many students who take a leap to study abroad – had a great experience when she traveled to Nicaragua through Outreach360 to volunteer on an Alternative Break trip in March 2018. She is hoping to start her own non-profit one day, so it was the perfect way to serve others, which is her life goal.
“It was an amazing experience,” Penelope said. “I went to educate the students but they don’t realize how much they’re educating us on humanity and life.”
Jun 20, 2019
Alexa Hawk and Jeanna Fullom didn’t know each other until recently. Even so, they have a few things in common. They come from the same home town – Harrod, Ohio, near Lima – but went to different high schools. Come this fall, both will be students at Heidelberg.
Alexa (pictured at left) is entering her second year as a psychology and criminology double major. She’s very engaged on campus, working as an ambassador in the Admission Office last year. She also was a cheerleader.
May 20, 2019
Seven students are spending the start of their summer on an alternative break in Luquillo, Puerto Rico. While there, they will be working alongside a disaster recovery work group through the United Church of Christ and Iglesia Evangélica Unida de Puerto Rico. A majority of their work will be repairing cement roofs on houses that were damaged by Hurricanes Irma and Maria during the fall of 2017. According to Abby Reed, during this trip they are hoping to repair one roof, gain the technical skills needed and broaden their horizons through by experiencing the Puerto Rican culture.