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Athletes Against All Violence making a difference

Apr 4, 2018

With a little help from March’s HYPE Career Ready keynote speaker, Athletes Against All Violence has started to make a difference.

Veteran gets fresh start as student

Nov 10, 2017

“Most kids dream about being a firefighter or police officer. I always wanted to be military.”

Right out of Tiffin Columbian High School in 2012, Greg Davisson got his chance. He enlisted in the U.S. Marines, where he spent the past five years, achieving the rank of corporal. After a while, although Greg enjoyed the travel, the work got a bit monotonous. When his service was complete, Greg was ready for the next chapter in his life – college.

Giving marginalized groups their voice

Sep 12, 2017

The development of a Multicultural Student Affairs Office to provide a safe, supportive environment for students with marginalized identities has been a while in the making. But with last spring’s hiring of Cherrelle Gardner to direct the efforts, things are moving very quickly.

According to Cherrelle, students are very excited and providing great energy and ideas. “I’m very interested to see what this office can mean and what it will turn into,” she says.

Trip reveals perfect merging of art and science

Sep 7, 2017

There is a strong need for an understanding of science when dealing with the preservation and conservation of art. Eleven students and two chemistry professors, Dr. Nate Beres and Dr. Aaron Roerdink, explored the connection during a 10-day excursion to Amsterdam in May.

Connecting on Capitol Hill

Aug 31, 2017

While working for a congressman is nothing new for Savannah Naugle-Baker, but doing so in Washington, D.C., would prove to be an unforgettable experience for the senior.

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