b'Campus NewsBREEDEN, \'88, GIVES ALUMNI VOICE ON BOARD OF TRUSTEESMarine Col. Chad Breeden, 88, became president of the Alumni Council last fall, and as such, he recently began his first four-year term as the councils representative on the Board of Trustees.For years, Breeden wanted to get re-engaged with Heidelberg. His 25th reunion in 2013 provided that opportunity. When he and his family relocated from San Diego to Quantico, Virginia, the idea became manageable. Im a big believer that what I learned at Heidelberg is as big a component as anything else in my life in preparing me for my career and beyond, Breeden said. I just feel called to give back. Im really looking forward to getting alumni energized and excited, spreading the news about all the great things taking place on campus and finding ways to give a voice to our alumni, Breeden said. Currently an assistant professor at the National War College, National Defense University, in Washington, D.C., Breeden has his sights set on a second career in higher education leadership after his mandatory retirement from the military in April 2020. He is pursuing his doctoral degree in community college leadership at Ferris State University, expecting to graduate next year.BY STUDENT VOTE, CAF/BAKE SHOP GETS A NAMEA weeklong contest, organized by Student Senate this spring semester, produced the name for Heidelberg\'s newest facility, a caf/bakery attached to Hoernemann Refectory. Nearly 100 names were submitted for the contest, which was narrowed to three for the final student vote: The HeidelBean!, Cornerstone Coffee House and Siggy\'s Coffee Corner. More than 600 students cast their vote for the winner . drumroll, please . The HeidelBean!, submitted by Jimmy Jacobs (pictured with President Huntington). The HeidelBean! opened for business in May.GOOGLE, BERG PARTNER ON NEW COURSESHeidelberg is one of only a handful of colleges and universities nationwide selected to collaborate with Google on two new Applied Computing Series classes. The courses, launched in the 2018-19 academic year, rethink the way traditional computer science is taught and prepare students for a relatively new career path in machine learning. They go beyond teaching students how to code; they also teach data analytics, statistical techniques and machine learning modeling, combining skills with hand-on, collaborative projects meant to solve real-life problems in the tech industry and beyond. The courses so far have proven to be popular among computer science majors and non-majors.PROF\'S PEACEMAKER AWARD RICHLY DESERVEDIn his famed "I Have a Dream" speech, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke about people being judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. In many ways, the work Dr. Cindy Lepeley does with her studentsthrough her Spanish courses and service learning trips abroadopens a pathway for them to realize the significance of that philosophy. Lepeley, affectionately known by her students as Prof, was the recipient of the community 2019 Peacemaker Award, presented as part of the local Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance in honor of an individual who works within their community to build an environment of justice, peace, equality and inclusion.20|Heidelberg University Bulletin'