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Going ‘clean’: Parkhurst opens Clean Plate Station

Jan 22, 2019

Hoernemann Refectory is a trend setter. Heidelberg’s main dining hall is only the second Parkhurst dining facility and to have a full-blown Clean Plate Station, offering to students, the campus and the Tiffin community menu items that are gluten-free and do not include seven of the “big eight” food allergens.

Campus events rescheduled due to inclement weather

Jan 18, 2019

Due to the weather forecast for the weekend of January 19, several campus events have been postponed or canceled.

Women's Basketball: Saturday's home game vs. Otterbein has been moved to Friday night at 7 p.m. in Seiberling Gymnasium.

Brian Regan’s endurance pays off with Netflix series

Jan 16, 2019

‘Berg alum Brian Regan is one of the hardest working artists on the stand-up comedy circuit. His hard work and nearly 40 years honing his craft recently paid off in a big way. In December, Brian released “Brian Regan: Stand Up & Away,” his first series on Netflix. With a little help from his friend, Jerry Seinfeld, the executive producer of the series, Brian is finally a household name.

Comm class helps CASA spread the word

Jan 8, 2019

If you watch closely, you just might catch the work of a Heidelberg communication and media class at a movie theatre near you.

Last semester, Dr. Robin Heaton’s class of 11 students engaged in service learning as part of their final capstone project. The class partnered with the local non-profit organization CASA – short for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in juvenile court.

Heidelberg Announces USDA Rural Development Loan

Dec 13, 2018

Heidelberg University is proud to announce the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded a $36.5 million low-interest Rural Development loan to support a variety of campus initiatives directed at improving the student experience. The loan is designed to refinance existing debt to better position Heidelberg for long-term economic expansion and improve student housing, student learning facilities and student recruitment operations.

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