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Nov 20, 2019
Ibtihaj Muhammad is about as American as they come. “I ate Cheerios, my dad was a policeman and my mom was a teacher. I’m the middle of five children. My parents pushed us to play sports and keep active. It was just integrated into our family as African Americans.”
Nov 20, 2019
This year's Ethics Bowl Team, sponsored by the School of Business & Technology (BAE219), sent seven undergraduates of various majors to the regional competition at Oakland University last weekend. The Heidelberg team fared well, ranking third out of 11 regional schools. This third-place rank earns the ’Berg team an alternate spot at national competition in Atlanta in February.
Competing for Heidelberg were: Zak Hahn, Penelope Christian, Emma Baughman, Katie Bauman, Rebekah Marstaller, Em Swain and Reece Schmidt.
Nov 20, 2019
A deal that’s hard to beat just got a little bit sweeter.
Heidelberg University students, regardless of their major, have the opportunity to graduate with two degrees – a bachelor’s degree and an MBA – for the price of one through the PlusOneAdvantage® MBA Tuition-Free Scholarship Program. Since the PlusOneAdvantage® was launched in 2015, students entered the MBA program immediately following graduation.
But now, undergrads can take up to a two-year gap between their graduation date and starting the PlusOneAdvantage® program.
Nov 19, 2019
On Tuesday morning, the Ohio Athletic Conference announced the Fall, 2019 Academic All-OAC selections. Included on that list were the names of 37 student-athletes from Heidelberg University.
To be eligible for Academic All-OAC status, a student must be of sophomore class standing or higher, maintain varsity status, and have a cumulative GPA of 3.50.
Of the 37 students recognized, 14 belonged to the women's soccer program, seven to volleyball, seven to football, six to men's soccer, two to men's cross country, and one to women's cross country.
Nov 11, 2019
Heidelberg saluted the service and sacrifices of all veterans, past and present, during the annual Veterans Day ceremony this morning. The ceremony was organized by Student Senate.
The ceremony began with the singing of the National Anthem by junior music major David Carey. Those in attendance observed a moment of silence for alumnus Jim Roberts, ’65, former sheriff, city councilman and United Veterans Council representative, who died in September. Jim had been a mainstay at past Veterans Day ceremonies for years, leading the UVC color guard.