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Sep 8, 2016
This is big weekend for the Tiffin community. As the community comes together Sunday for the first-ever Patriot Day Salute in observance of the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, students will give the events a strong Heidelberg flavor.
‘Berg students will participate as performers and as volunteers as the community comes together in a day-long tribute to honor all first responders: military personnel, veterans, police officers, firefighters and hospital employees in memory of lives lost on 9/11.
Aug 26, 2016
Just 12 short years ago, Aaron Montz sat in the audience at Opening Convocation, a new student full of really big dreams.
On Thursday, Montz ’08 was back on campus (as he frequently is) to give the Convocation address – as Tiffin’s mayor.
At age 30, he’s in his second term, having won re-election with an 85 percent margin of victory last fall. During Montz’s time in office, this distinguished young alumni has led his hometown through an unprecedented economic resurgence.
Jul 11, 2016
Less than a year after she received her ‘Berg bachelor’s degree, Victoria Amburgey has completed a second: her master’s degree in accounting at Bowling Green State University. She was the recipient of the 2015 scholarship through the Berg-Falcon Master of Accountancy Scholarship Program.
Jun 20, 2016
It’s a wrap! The glitz, the glam, the great friendships and fun all rolled together to make “Heidelberg Hollywood” a huge hit. About 400 alumni returned for Alumni Weekend 2016 to celebrate class reunions, connections new and old and a year of accomplishments at Heidelberg.
Alumni Weekend kicked off Thursday with the annual Heritage Society dinner, during which the university “pinned” 15 new members into the illustrious group of individuals who have remembered the university in their estate plans.
May 16, 2016
Graduates and their families were bundled in coats and hats for Sunday’s 163rd Commencement, but not even the chill, wind, or snow could stop the evident excitement and pride felt by the Class of 2016.
Donning gloves, President Rob Huntington began the ceremony by telling the graduates that while commencement marks the end of their Heidelberg careers, “This is the beginning of the rest of your lives.”
That sentiment set the tone for the event and highlighted the bright futures of all the graduates.