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Heidelberg offering new junior high/high school musical theatre program

Jul 16, 2018

One of the most popular programs of Heidelberg University’s Community Music School has been the Children’s Musical Theatre Program. This fall, the CMS is taking it to the next level, launching a new musical theatre program for middle school and high school students.

Junior lands major study abroad scholarship

Jun 28, 2018

As a first-generation college student, rising junior Hannah Petitti is used to navigating her way through new experiences. Now, she’ll have an opportunity to become a resource to other students just like her.

Alumni Weekend: ‘One for the Books’ epilogue

Jun 25, 2018

Alumni Weekend 2018 certainly was “One for the Books” in every way imaginable. A number of records were set as nearly 600 alumni – the largest-ever crowd for Alumni Weekend – returned to campus to reconnect, reminisce and celebrate Heidelberg traditions, old and new.

This year, in addition to shining a bright light on the 50th reunion Class of 1968, University Advancement and Marketing launched the new Landmark Reunion Model that also highlighted the 10-year reunion Class of 2008, the 25-year reunion Class of 1993 and the 40-year reunion Class of 1978.

101-year-old alumna celebrates 80th reunion

Jun 25, 2018

At 101 years old, Lenore (Van Gundia) Costello was the oldest graduate at Alumni Weekend this year and the lone representative of her Class of 1938 to celebrate their 80th reunion. It truly was a memorable day for Lenore and the nearly 600 alumni who returned to campus for to celebrate “One for the Books.”

Crossing career paths in Georgia

Jun 22, 2018

You might not expect to find many Heidelberg alums at a television station near the Alabama-Georgia border, let alone three of them.

2018 grads Karien Graf and Shannon Nichols joined Scott Carpenter, ’17, at WLTZ NBC-38 in Columbus, Georgia, at the end of May. With a little help from Nathan Cutietta, director of the Media Communication Center, both women were put in contact with Gene Kirkconnell, the director of news and local programming at WLTZ.

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