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Mar 29, 2021
Dear Classmates and Friends of Curtis Helman,
Our campus will gather to share our loss and to remember Curtis Helman this evening at 9:00 pm. We will gather at Adams Academic All-American Plaza in front of Hoernemann Stadium for a candlelight vigil. Every death is difficult. The loss of a fellow resident, classmate, and teammate is especially difficult.
Mar 28, 2021
March 28, 2021
Dear Heidelberg Community,
We are writing to share some very tragic news with all of you. Early this morning, the Heidelberg community lost one of its own when sophomore student-athlete Curtis Helman was killed in an ATV accident in neighboring Wood County. Our campus is devastated at this news. We ask that all of us keep Curtis's family, parents Greag and Diane and sisters Brooke and Brianna, as well as his football family and his 'Berg friends in our thoughts and prayers.
Mar 25, 2021
Tyler Hunter, ’18, has always known he wanted a career to help and care for others. That’s why he chose nursing. And thanks to an exceptional undergrad experience at Heidelberg, with professors and coaches who pushed him and demanded excellence, he’s well on his way.
For the past six months, Tyler has worked as a Critical Care nurse in the Neurointensive Care Unit at Miami Valley Hospital. It’s challenging, it’s stressful, but he loves it.
Mar 25, 2021
Huge congratulations to senior Katie Bauman, who was selected as one of 10 National All Americans at this March's Pi Kappa Delta National Speech Tournament.
A total of 520 students from 79 colleges and universities competed during this four-day competition held entirely online.
According to Director of Forensics Dan Higgins, Katie's honor was reflective of her leadership to the campus community, the forensics program, her superior academic work and her cummulative success in her forensics career.
Mar 24, 2021
After a year hiatus because of the pandemic, the School of Music & Theatre Summer Camp will be back and better than ever this June. This summer’s camp offers high school students (grades 8-12) a hybrid camp experience that will foster their love of the arts and keep everyone safe.