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May 6, 2019
Zachery Hunter has been around baseball since he was barely 2 feet tall. A chance to play collegiate baseball brought him to Heidelberg. Finding a place that would help him become the best citizen possible kept him here.
“From the first moment I visited, it felt like home,” said Zach. This fall, he’ll have a new place to call home: The Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University.
May 1, 2019
Rising junior history major Allison Blythe sat in Dr. Courtney DeMayo Pugno’s Research Methods class last spring, contemplating a career exploration assignment. At the same time, she was looking for internships when something caught her eye: an opportunity at the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, Maryland.
Apr 29, 2019
Congratulations to all of the students, faculty and staff members who were honored for their achievements inside and outside the classroom at the annual Student Awards Assembly on Friday, April 26.
Kiera Malone and Caleb Gerber are this year’s recipients of the Daniel J. and W.J.K. Snyder Prize, the top award for graduating seniors. Students selected psychology professor Dr. Ginny Gregg as the Faculty Member of the Year. Senior Sam Stohlman was chosen to give the student remarks at the celebration. He titled his speech “Embrace the Impractical; Attack the Impossible!”
Apr 18, 2019
It’s thought that only through challenges can you become stronger. The Honors Program has empowered students to be flexible and creative, step outside of their comfort zone and develop and grow their abilities and interests beyond Heidelberg.
Through seminars, extra-curricular activities and collaboration with faculty members on coursework and research, Honors students are demonstrating their learned knowledge and skills with placement in prestigious grad schools, study abroad, service and internships.
Sep 21, 2018
Senior Austin Jagucki took a non-traditional path to find Heidelberg. He originally joined an engineering program at a big public school, but discovered both engineering and the large school atmosphere weren’t right for him.