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Berg alum helps win CrossFit competition

Mar 29, 2017

Locally, and now nationally, Jordan Hux ‘16 has made her mark on the world of CrossFit.

Competing against nearly 40 other teams, Jordan and her team, The Replacements, took home first place in the CrossFit Endeavor 6 Person Co-ed Competition at the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus.

’14 alum finds ‘perfect fit’ as anesthetist

Mar 27, 2017

Three short years after she graduated from Heidelberg, Lauren Stainbrook is exactly where she wants to be.

“I can precisely remember so many long nights in the labs in Bareis Hall, wondering if I would ever accomplished all I hoped I would,” says Lauren, who returned to Heidelberg Monday to speak to current students about “Life After Finals.”

Finding community through adversity

Mar 22, 2017

Five Heidelberg students found generosity and kindness in the world on their chaotic trip back from spring break.

Kaylea Bowers, Quinn Kantner, Justine Liddle, Kiera Malone and Emily Nolting drove to Naples, Florida, together during spring break.

“Everything was going just fine and dandy,” Quinn started to recount before she was interrupted by Emily. “Everything was not fine and dandy,” explaining the girls’ last day. Everyone decided to stay an extra day in Florida where things began to take a bad turn.

Geology students head west

Mar 17, 2017

The students of the Regional Field Geology class and their professor, Dr. Amy Berger, spent their spring break learning about the geology (and some biology, history, and cultural heritage) of the San Francisco Bay Area. Here are some of their highlights from the trip.

Passion into action: Leading refugees to safety

Mar 17, 2017

Michael Kim gave up a promising financial planning business in Chicago to pursue his passion: helping North Korean refugees escape a life of oppression.

New Year’s Day in 2003, when Kim left the U.S. with two duffel bags and a one-way ticket to China, he began his journey to lead the refugees – and especially victims of sex trafficking – to safety and freedom.

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