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Students to donors: You fuel our passion for learning
Students to donors: You fuel our passion for learning

Feb 25, 2021

The pandemic wasn’t about to stop our students from letting ‘Berg donors know how thankful they are for the opportunities their generosity and support provide! On Thursday, the Student Alumni Association, with support from the Office of Alumni Engagement, led the ninth annual TAG (Thank A Giver) Day as part of National Student Philanthropy Month.  “Tags” were placed on buildings and other locations on campus that exist because of donor support.  Students, faculty and staff also wore “tag” stickers as their efforts at Heidelberg are also supported by donor generosity. 

'Berg alum living her dream with Special Olympics Montana
'Berg alum living her dream with Special Olympics Montana

Feb 23, 2021

Sports are in Mandy (Hanning) Patriarche’s blood. So is advocating for people with intellectual disabilities. She was able to marry the two when she became vice president of Outreach for Special Olympics Montana. For the last six years, Mandy, a ’10 Heidelberg grad, has been living her dream in the place where her heart led her.

Taking notice: '10 alum finalist for national teaching honor
Taking notice: '10 alum finalist for national teaching honor

Jan 26, 2021

Many times, the work of classroom teachers goes unnoticed. But Krystina Pratt’s outstanding teaching of her elementary students in New Albany, Ohio, caught someone’s eye.

Kryssie, ’10, is a state finalist for a 2021 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. It’s the nation’s highest honor for math and science teachers, and recognizes outstanding teachers for their contributions to instruction and learning and their ability to help students make progress in those subject areas.

MLK Jr. Day ON! keynote: ‘History through the Lens of Race'
MLK Jr. Day ON! keynote: ‘History through the Lens of Race'

Jan 18, 2021

Over the years, renaissance man and ‘Berg alumnus Pete Green, ’78, has enjoyed delving into his heritage, studying it and collecting examples such as book and magazine covers to illustrate the struggle of African Americans through history.

Today, on Heidelberg’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day ON!, Pete delivered an inspiring keynote address, kicking off a weeklong series of primarily virtual events designed to celebrate diversity, broaden our minds and further our campus community’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

An unpredictable season
An unpredictable season

Jan 7, 2021

“When I was a kid I used to come to the training camp practices that were open to the public every year. After practice was over, I would watch the players walk into the indoor field and so badly want to go in there and see what it was like. Little did I know I would eventually work for the Browns and literally walk through that indoor field area every single day.”

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