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Mar 24, 2021
Jordan Strack of WTOL-11 Sports stopped by campus on Tuesday to chat with quarterback Drew Sims and Head Coach Scott Donaldson. You can watch the full story below or on WTOL.com.
As a freshman moving to the college game for the first time, you never really know what to expect.
Mar 16, 2021
Given the logistical challenges of the past year for many undergraduate students, an opportunity to catch up during the summer may be just what they need to stay on pace to complete their degree. To help students do just that, Heidelberg University has announced that undergraduate tuition for two summer terms will be significantly lower.
According to interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Dr. Bryan Smith, the per-credit-hour cost will be $250. “Our intent is to encourage more Heidelberg students to select Heidelberg for their summer courses,” he said.
Mar 15, 2021
If you’re a person of color who is shopping for items such as hair care products, access to items is limited at best.
“It can be a challenging to find hair care for people of color, especially in communities like Tiffin, including finding someone who knows how to cut your hair” says Criminology Professor Dr. Sarah Lazzari, who is also the mom of a child of color.
Mar 11, 2021
On Thursday morning, the Ohio Athletic Conference announced the men's basketball all-conference team selections. Heidelberg University was well represented, with Head Coach Andy Bucheit, players Dylan Woods, Alex Arellano, and Emmanuel Perdue receiving honors
Bucheit was named OAC Coach of the Year after a season in which he helped guide the Student Princes to a 9-2 record in the regular season. He becomes Heidelberg's first recipient of the honor, which has been awarded every season since 1969.
Mar 11, 2021
In any realm of business, ethics follows every decision-making practice. The pressure of others and those higher on the ladder will rest upon your shoulder. It is incidents like The Challenger disaster that prove the level of those ethical pressures and the lasting effects they have on not just your but everyone around you.