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’Berg honors all veterans, past and present
’Berg honors all veterans, past and present

Nov 11, 2019

Heidelberg saluted the service and sacrifices of all veterans, past and present, during the annual Veterans Day ceremony this morning. The ceremony was organized by Student Senate.

The ceremony began with the singing of the National Anthem by junior music major David Carey. Those in attendance observed a moment of silence for alumnus Jim Roberts, ’65, former sheriff, city councilman and United Veterans Council representative, who died in September. Jim had been a mainstay at past Veterans Day ceremonies for years, leading the UVC color guard.

Students thank donors for 'chances we never thought we'd have'
Students thank donors for 'chances we never thought we'd have'

Nov 11, 2019

Without scholarship assistance, the outcome for many Heidelberg students would be dramatically different. On Saturday, a number of ’Berg students who benefit from scholarships got the chance to meet the donors who so generously provided that support at the annual Donors & Scholars Dinner.

170 Years of Heidelberg
170 Years of Heidelberg

Nov 11, 2019

Heidelberg University is proud of its 170-year history of providing a quality education in the tradition of the liberal arts. That same philosophy is maintained in professional program offerings. Today, academic excellence and a profound student experience stand at the core of the University.

Seniors stick with Marching Band, Waters; investment pays off
Seniors stick with Marching Band, Waters; investment pays off

Nov 7, 2019

“Back in the day,” when Jon Waters arrived at Heidelberg to re-create a respectable Marching Band, the task seemed daunting.

'Berg featured in new Harvard Business School case study
'Berg featured in new Harvard Business School case study

Nov 5, 2019

Heidelberg is a featured institution in a new Harvard Business School case study.

Dr. Debora L. Spar, the former president of Barnard College and currently a professor of strategy at Harvard Business School, is writing a new case on the changes in American higher education and how “the not rich and powerful” institutions are responding to the changes.

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