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Live authentically – Kelli Masters addresses Heidelberg

Oct 12, 2018

“It’s ok right now for you to not know what your life is going to look like 10 years from now … it’s ok not to have it all figured out. For the first 31 years of my life, I had no idea.”

Kelli Masters, an attorney and certified NFL sports agent, spent the day at Heidelberg sharing her story of personal challenges and industry success as the Patricia Adams Lecture Series fall keynote speaker. 

Rwanda genocide topic of Heidelberg’s annual series

Oct 10, 2018

Heidelberg University will explore the theme of the 1994 Rwanda genocide through the eyes of survivor Immaculée Ilibagiza during the ninth annual Lichtman-Behm Genocide Lecture Series on Wednesday, Oct. 17.

Heidelberg launching Writer’s Series

Oct 10, 2018

Two award-winning authors will be on campus to help Heidelberg University’s School of Communication, Humanities & the Arts launch the Jean Warren Gekler Writer’s Series. As part of the series, the public is invited to an open reading from the authors’ recent works.

On Monday, Oct. 15, Heidelberg will welcome Hilary Plum, whose novel Strawberry Fields was the winner of the Fence Modern Prize in Prose (2018). She also received the 2018 GLCA New Writers Award for her nonfiction work Watchfires.

Heidelberg Athletics partners with BSN Sports and Nike

Oct 8, 2018

The Heidelberg University Athletic Department announced that it has entered into a five-year partnership with NIKE through BSN SPORTS. The agreement is part of BSN SPORTS Collegiate Select program, which aims to make BSN SPORTS a one-stop provider for all collegiate athletic, intramural, club and staff apparel and equipment to all D1, DII, D3, NJCAA and NAIA schools.

Student leaders take Marching Band to next level

Oct 4, 2018

When Marching Band Director Jon Waters approached junior Paul Reese last year to help organize logistics for the band and develop student leadership, Reese responded with his usual “Put me in, Coach. I’m ready to play” enthusiasm.

“Last year, we developed some student leadership positions to test the waters, and Paul and a few others emerged,” Waters said.

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