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STUDENT BLOG: Best Friends Animal Society

May 15, 2018

Five students and two faculty members are spending the first week of their summer vacation in Kanab, Utah, volunteering at the Best Friends Animal Society. For over 30 years, Best Friends Animal Society has been running the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals and building effective programs that reduce the number of animals entering shelters. Follow along with Dr. Julie O'Reilly, Dr. Robin Heaton, Allison Burd, Theresa Barger, Mason Hainey, Emma Morris and Lauren Hoffman as they document their travels and work.

Congrats, Class of 2018 – Heidelberg’s newest alumni

May 14, 2018

As President Rob Huntington pointed out, Sunday’s Commencement was “just a bit more cozy” inside Seiberling Gymnasium, but the celebratory spirit was just as strong as Heidelberg welcomed 295 graduates into the alumni family.

“Even though we were disappointed to be back inside Seiberling Gym due to the adverse weather, I thought it was a wonderful ceremony with a very warm spirit inside. And dry!” President Rob Huntington said.

BASEBALL: Seven earn All-OAC honors

May 14, 2018

Seven members of the Heidelberg University baseball team have been selected to all-conference teams, as announced by the Ohio Athletic Conference on Monday.

Tradition: Class of 2018 banner unveiled

May 11, 2018

With less than 48 hours until their big day, the congratulations and well wishes have begun to flow for the soon-to-be graduates in the Class of 2018, who received their official marching orders this morning.

As part of the long-standing commencement rehearsal tradition, seniors Katie Mullins and Abbey McKee presented the class’s banner to President Rob Huntington.

Countdown to Commencement: Enya Granados

May 11, 2018

First-generation college senior Enya Granados arrived at Heidelberg with the perfect mindset: Say yes to as many new experiences as possible. She’s graduating with a phenomenal academic record, a pocketful of awards for her research and a legacy of advocacy for diversity on campus.

She’s made a name for herself off campus, too, completing summer research internships at two major universities and landing a prestigious fellowship as she launches into her teaching career.

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