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What’s behind athletic competition? Chemistry!

Feb 19, 2018

Competitive athletes at all levels – and even those who are in it for personal health – are driven by the Olympic motto Citius, Altius, Fortius – faster, higher stronger. The big question is how do they get there?

Heidelberg to present Rodgers & Hammerstein revue

Feb 16, 2018

It’ll be “Some Enchanted Evening” when the Heidelberg University Symphonic Band, along with vocal and theatre students, present favorites from Rodgers and Hammerstein in “A Grand Night for Singing” Feb. 23-24 in Gundlach Theatre. Show time both nights is 7:30 p.m.

“A Grand Night for Singing” is a musical theatre revue featuring songs from some of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s lesser-known shows such as “Allegro” and “State Fair” as well as big hits from popular and beloved productions, including “Carousel,” “Oklahoma,” “The King and I,” “Cinderella” and “South Pacific.”

HYPE speakers for 2018-19 revealed

Feb 14, 2018

The votes are in and we are excited to announce the speakers for the 2018-19 HYPE Career Ready® Program. For the third year, Heidelberg students will have the opportunity to hear from six speakers who are sure to be inspirational and thought-provoking.

Terry Crews

September 13, 2018 | Work Styles

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Michael Sam’s true calling: Helping others

Feb 14, 2018

“My name is Michael Sam. I’m from Hutchinson, Texas. My major is sports management … and I’m gay.”

The first time Sam publicly spoke the words “I’m gay” was at a team meeting the first day of football training camp his senior year at the University of Missouri. In 2014, as he prepared to enter the NFL draft, he revealed his sexual orientation during an ESPN interview, sending shockwaves through the sports world and nearly derailing his entry into the NFL.

‘Berg athletic training program moving to graduate level

Feb 12, 2018

Heidelberg’s athletic training program (ATR) has been expanding in numbers of students, faculty and staff, keeping pace with a national trend that lists the profession in the top 10 in terms of growth over the past five years.

Beginning in the fall of 2021, the ATR program will transition to the graduate level. Current freshmen will be the last class to complete the four-year undergraduate athletic training degree, said ATR Program Director Ryan Musgrave.

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