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Writing the Next Chapter

Jan 30, 2017

For aspiring writers, having their work published is the ultimate honor. Through her internship with The Sandusky Register, senior Deborah Fultz has been given that opportunity.

Her internship with the newspaper began less than a month ago. Despite only working there a short time, Deborah has already become increasingly involved. “I’ve had to contact people whether making phone calls, sending emails or doing interviews. I wrote an article my first day. The next day it was published in the newspaper,” she said with a smile. “It’s a lot of fun.”

"It's On Us"

Jan 26, 2017

Heidelberg is joining the national “It’s On Us” Campaign. During the week of Jan. 30, the university will kick off a semester-long series of events in an effort to stop sexual violence and harassment on college campuses.

Launched by former President Barack Obama, “It's On Us” asks everyone -- men and women across America -- to make a personal commitment to step off the sidelines and be part of the solution to ending campus sexual assault. Heidelberg joins hundreds of universities and organizations trying to make college campuses safer.

Bill Nye the Science Guy: Change the world!

Jan 25, 2017

“With your brains, my friends, you can change the world.”

The charismatic Bill Nye the Science Guy inspired ‘Berg students Wednesday to celebrate the joy of scientific discovery on their way to changing the world. Nye was on campus as the keynote speaker for the HYPE Program. He entertained us, he made us wonder and he made us think.

“We are living in extraordinary times,” he told the students. “We are the world’s most technologically advanced society, yet we face a potential crisis with climate change.”

Heidelberg to stage docudrama The Laramie Project

Jan 23, 2017

Heidelberg University’s School of Music & Theatre will present “The Laramie Project” Feb. 2-5, featuring a cast of 22 student actors performing more than 60 roles.

Human trafficking: Greater awareness, hope for change

Jan 19, 2017

In just her sophomore year, Emma Penrose has already started to broaden her understanding about the complex issues of the world. Human trafficking is one of those.

A deeper understanding also comes with a sense of social responsibility and compassion, which is why Emma decided to put herself out there and get involved with Berg STOP, a campus organization comprised of students, faculty, staff and community members dedicated to spreading awareness about the crime of human trafficking.

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