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OAC allowing limited fans at sporting events
OAC allowing limited fans at sporting events

Mar 10, 2021

Heidelberg Athletics is excited to welcome fans back to our campus as part of the revamped attendance protocols set forth by the Ohio Athletic Conference that took effect on March 8.  The policy states, in part:
The home team shall receive two admissions per dressed student-athlete and coach   The visiting team shall receive two admissions per student-athlete and coach per established Travel Squad Limits.
Admissions will be managed by a pass list at the gate.

Series explores John Quinn's influence on modern art, literature
Series explores John Quinn's influence on modern art, literature

Mar 9, 2021

John Quinn grew to international fame as a lawyer and collector of literature and art. At the time of his death in 1924, Quinn had amassed the largest collection of modern art in the world, counting writers and artists like James Joyce, William Butler Yeats and Pablo Picasso among his friends. He alone purchased more than 50 of Picasso's paintings.

John Quinn was born in Tiffin.

Duo continues PKD legacy at national speech tournament
Duo continues PKD legacy at national speech tournament

Mar 3, 2021

When Heidelberg students Katie Bauman and McCartney Betz compete in the Pi Kappa Delta National Speech Tournament later this month, they will be continuing a long-standing Heidelberg legacy that has a personal connection to their coach, Dan Higgins, ’93, ’95

As 1st-year Ph.D. student, '20 alum well prepped for COVID research
As 1st-year Ph.D. student, '20 alum well prepped for COVID research

Mar 2, 2021

Caleb Frye’s first year of graduate school has been full of twists and turns, especially in the research world of COVID-19. 

Following graduation from Heidelberg last May, Caleb selected Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where he’s pursuing his Ph.D. in chemistry with a research focus in biochemistry. His timing was perfect; he hopes to develop his research specialization in the biochemistry of infectious diseases.

'Berg's MAC program ranked one of nation's best
'Berg's MAC program ranked one of nation's best

Mar 2, 2021

Over the next 10 years, the job outlook for mental health counselors is anticipated to grow 25%. Heidelberg University’s Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) program is well positioned to train the counselors that will fill some of those jobs in a myriad of areas of expertise.

And they will be very well trained. Recently, the MAC program was recognized as one of the best nationwide. Best Value Schools has ranked the program as No. 19 in a recent evaluation.

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