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Play tackles uncomfortable issue of sexual assault

Feb 5, 2018

There will more than a “Lil Bit” of drama and intense emotion when the Heidelberg Theatre stages the award-winning Paula Vogel play, “How I Learned to Drive” Thursday-Sunday.

Writing community honors one of its own

Feb 1, 2018

Dr. William Bradley was passionate about creative writing and was an advocate for female writers. After his passing last August, William’s friends and creative writer colleagues came together to establish a writing contest in his memory.

The William Bradley Prize for the Essay is an annual writing contest for creative non-fiction with the winning essay to be published in The Normal School, a literary magazine out of Cal State-Fresno.

Owen Center tutors take care to next level

Jan 30, 2018

Heidelberg’s Writing Center, Math Center and Peer-Assisted Study Sessions are staffed with caring, compassionate, helpful student tutors. These consultants care so much about the success of their peers that they went the extra mile to earn International Tutor Training Program Certification in December.

Consultants Hannah Petitti, Jennifer Thayer, Judy Smith, Justin Mourguet, Kasandra Christner, Rachael Rosh and Taylor Lewis completed the several-month training, and by all accounts, they now feel more confident in their tutoring abilities.

Dean of Student Affairs addresses student's death

Jan 29, 2018

Monday, January 29, 2018

Dear Members of the Heidelberg Community,

It is with a great sense of sorrow that I make this announcement.  Over the weekend, Heidelberg graduate student Thomas “Tommy” Wogan passed away.  Tommy graduated last May with his bachelor’s degree in Sport Management and was pursuing his MBA here at Heidelberg.  He had been a student athlete and was a member of Nu Sigma Alpha.

Trafficking survivor turns horror to helping

Jan 26, 2018

Although she grew up in a wealthy part of Cincinnati, Ann Marie Babb’s life turned tragic at the age of 11 when a human trafficking group targeted her. For the next 10 years, she endured horrific abuse at the hands of her traffickers.

Babb shared her personal journey of horror and recovery during Heidelberg’s fourth annual Human Trafficking Awareness week Wednesday.

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