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Alum, bio teacher wins national award
Alum, bio teacher wins national award

Jul 23, 2020

Chris Monsour, ’99, an AP biology teacher at Tiffin Columbian High School, has been recognized by the National Association of Biology Teachers with The Kim Foglia AP Biology Service Award.

Tiffin City Schools announced the national award – the top award an AP biology teacher can attain.

’20 grad going the extra mile(s) in charity bike ride
’20 grad going the extra mile(s) in charity bike ride

Jul 15, 2020

In the spring semester, senior Tyler Barker launched a GoFundMe fund-raiser to help his friend, Darnell Cooley, the morning cook in Heidelberg’s dining hall, who is battling cancer. He set out with a goal of $15,000; his “Dollars for Darnell” campaign raised more than $7,000.

Passing of Trustee Emeritus Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst, '59
Passing of Trustee Emeritus Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst, '59

Jun 26, 2020

President Rob Huntington shared this announcement and his personal reflections about the passing earlier this week of Rev. Dr. Ralph Quellhorst.


June 26, 2020

Bill Groman '58, NFL record holder, passes away
Bill Groman '58, NFL record holder, passes away

Jun 18, 2020

Bill Groman '58, an NFL record holder and an ardent supporter of Heidelberg University, has passed away.  He was 83 years old.  

A native of Tiffin, Groman was an All-American in 1957 playing for College Football Hall of Fame inductee Paul Hoernemann.  That season, his senior campaign, Groman led the nation with 19 touchdown receptions.  He inducted into the Heidelberg Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986.

Alums ‘climb mountain together’ for UCH during pandemic
Alums ‘climb mountain together’ for UCH during pandemic

Jun 15, 2020

Jean Smith, ‘02, became the new administrator of Fairhaven Community in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, just five weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic hit Ohio.

In his 30 years working in long-term care, Dan Miller, ’90, executive director of Parkvue Community in Sandusky, Ohio, has planned for pandemics but never imagined we’d see such a widespread public health crisis.

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