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Heidelberg to welcome former First Lady Laura Bush and daughter Barbara as PALS celebrates 10th anniversary
Heidelberg to welcome former First Lady Laura Bush and daughter Barbara as PALS celebrates 10th anniversary

Jun 18, 2019

For the past 9 years, the Patricia Adams Lecture Series has brought a special gift to campus twice each academic year. The 18 women leaders who have visited as PALS keynote speakers have taught, inspired and motivated us. The 10th anniversary celebration of PALS in October will bring the biggest names yet.

Green Dot: A new approach to tackle sexual assault prevention
Green Dot: A new approach to tackle sexual assault prevention

Jun 14, 2019

Heidelberg University is gearing up for the implementation of Green Dot, an evidence-based bystander intervention program aimed at reducing and preventing dating violence, sexual violence, and stalking.  Last week, a team of 8 Heidelberg employees became certified Green Dot instructors by attending a four-day instructor training.

Why Not? Berg soars into World Series
Why Not? Berg soars into World Series

May 28, 2019

For the second time in program history, the Heidelberg University baseball team is headed to the NCAA Division III World Series. The Student Princes, up 4-1 through seven, used a 10-run eighth inning to cruise to a 14-1 victory over the College of Wooster.

With the win, Heidelberg emerged from the Mideast Super Regional and will head to the eight-team World Series. The event -- being held in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for the first time -- will run from May 31-June 5.

Beucler earns All-American status in 400m Hurdles

May 28, 2019

For the first time since 2017, the Heidelberg University track and field team saw one of their own claim a spot on the podium at the National Championships on Saturday afternoon.

With a fifth place finish in the men's 400 meter hurdles, senior Kenny Beucler earned All-American status at the Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio today.

BLOG: Students lend a hand in Puerto Rico

May 20, 2019

Seven students are spending the start of their summer on an alternative break in Luquillo, Puerto Rico. While there, they will be working alongside a disaster recovery work group through the United Church of Christ and Iglesia Evangélica Unida de Puerto Rico. A majority of their work will be repairing cement roofs on houses that were damaged by Hurricanes Irma and Maria during the fall of 2017. According to Abby Reed, during this trip they are hoping to repair one roof, gain the technical skills needed and broaden their horizons through by experiencing the Puerto Rican culture.

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