b"President TABLE OF CONTENTS Robert HuntingtonVice President for UniversityAdvancement & Marketing Phil Ness IN THIS ISSUEExecutive Director of Alumni Engagement& Major Gifts2Feature Section: Myth-busting the liberal artsAshley HelmstetterAre the liberal arts still relevant in the 21st century? Of course they are! By producing critical thinkers and strong communicators who can confidently Director of Branding & Marketing learn and synthesize new skills, liberal arts grads are appealing to a Rick Sherlock broad cross-section of professions. In this issue, we make the case by highlighting alumni who chose to major in one discipline but found career Marketing & Communication Specialist success in a different field.Neil Carrier14Heidelberg Theatre: Becoming a pillar of the artsSenior WriterThe growth of the theatre program over the past three years is nothing Angela Giles short of astounding. Director and Professor Stephen Svoboda shares his secrets.Associate Director of Communication Rachel Hiser 18'Don't forget to be glorious'Distinguished judge and alumna K.J. Montgomery, 74, had some great Graphic Designeradvice for the Class of 2019 at Commencement.Lexi Fodor24A sibling bondOnline BulletinMiracles do happen. Just ask the Arellano family. Surviving a serious To view an electronic version, visit the alumni websiteillness brought them closer together, and now two children share time at: www.heidelberg.edu/alumni at the Berg.Connect with Us419.email@example.com AREAS OF INTERESTMake a Gift419.firstname.lastname@example.org Campus Newswww.heidelberg.edu/give 26 Athletic RecapsHeidelberg University 28 Alumni Notes310 E. Market St. | Tiffin, OH 44883 30 In MemoriamTwo issues of the Heidelberg Bulletin are 33 Leaving a Legacyprinted each year by the Office of Marketing& Communication Services.HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY|SUMMER 2019|VOLUME 52|ISSUE 1Featured on the CoverConnect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,Honors Program grad Danielle Howard, 14, worked three part-time jobs as a stepping stone to LinkedIn, YouTube and Flickr. her career as a Physicians Assistant. With a holistic approach to care-giving, Danielle believes her time at Heidelberg helped to expand her worldview."