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Sep 6, 2019
The campuses of Heidelberg and Tiffin University are a virtual melting pot, hosting a combined 250 international students this academic year. Thursday night, the students – along with administrators and staff from both universities and community representatives – gathered in downtown Tiffin for the “Tiffin Welcomes the World” event.
Presidents Rob Huntington and Lillian Schumacher were among those on hand to meet the international students.
Sep 5, 2019
A recent survey from Backgroundchecks.org indicates that the city of Tiffin is among the Top 100 Safest Cities in Ohio. In a news release, it’s been revealed that Tiffin ranks No. 16 on the list, based on FBI crime statistics and law enforcement employment numbers per 1,000 residents.
As a long-time partner in community affairs with a shared goal of safety for all, Heidelberg is pleased with this news because it means students and all members of the campus community live and work in a safe place.
Jun 26, 2019
More than 200 community members participated in the Tiffin Community Pride Picnic on Sunday at Hedges-Boyer Park. The event had a strong Heidelberg presence, including the initial organizing crew of Dr. Meagan McBride, alumna Cheyanne Thacker and community member Gabrielle Mitchell.
Early on, the organizing crew reached out to community members and student groups the organizers grew to include Courtney Hughes Kesnich and Quinn Sparks (MAC students), Berg Allies President Ethan Miller, SLAHM President Samantha Bensman and alumna Meredith Lucius.
May 3, 2019
Over the past few weeks and months, we’ve watched the progress of two very visible construction projects (The HeidelBean! and Sarah Street). Two others inside Saurwein Health & Wellness Center (Exercise Science lab and a new fireplace) are almost finished. The coming weeks and months will bring the start – and in some cases, the completion – of several important and exciting projects that will improve the campus by providing more and better learning, living and engaging spaces.
Apr 9, 2019
From Thailand to Tiffin, Math Camp 2019 has a group of Heidelberg students and more than 30 local fourth- and fifth-graders super excited about math.
On Saturday, March 30, 27 ‘Berg education and math majors, under the leadership of students Jenn Thayer, Noah Messerall, Lauren Nichols, Lindsey Robinson, Anna Cavanaugh and Samantha Bennet, conducted a day of fun and interactive math-related activities for the students at Noble Elementary School.