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Chem Club 'outstanding' for third straight year

Apr 27, 2018

Drs. Nate Beres and Aaron Roerdink took Kevin Scrudders, Melanie Cohn, Kiera Malone, Caleb Frye and Rory Bage to the National American Chemical Society Meeting in New Orleans from March 17-22. 

While at the meeting, the Chem Club was honored during an Undergraduate Awards Ceremony for winning the Outstanding Award. This award is the most prestigious award the ACS gives to student groups. Heidelberg's Chem Club was the only private university in Ohio to receive this honor. It marks the third year in a row for the Chem Club to win this award from the ACS. 

Interpreting for immigration: A profound impact

Apr 26, 2018

A small act can make a huge difference. A group of seven Heidelberg students and their Spanish professor, Dr. Cynthia Lepeley, will learn just how big when they travel to south Texas in May to volunteer as interpreters at an immigration detention center.

Decisions, decisions: Senior picks from 6 law schools

Apr 23, 2018

Senior Jessica Barnes had quite a decision to make after applying to six law schools and getting accepted to all six.

“I’m pretty excited about it. I didn’t expect to go six for six,” she said.

Her options: Capital University Law School, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Duquesne University School of Law, Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Vermont Law School and the Widener University Commonwealth Law School.

Local nonviolence campaign hooks ’Berg junior

Apr 20, 2018

Junior Judy Smith has found an artistic and cool way to make a difference in the Tiffin community, and it originated with the HYPE Career Ready® Program.

Last fall, Judy participated in a HYPE session, titled Non-Violence in Conflict Resolution and conducted by Sister Paulette Schroeder.

“When she came to campus and gave that presentation, something caught my attention,” said Judy. “Then, she invited me to come to a meeting and I was hooked.”

Berg Enactus brings home regional win

Apr 17, 2018

What a difference a year makes. Heidelberg’s Berg Enactus chapter is moving onto national competition in May after the group’s first-ever regional win in Chicago earlier this month.

Competing against the likes of the University of Michigan, the University of Nebraska, SUNY at Fredonia and Western Kentucky, the Berg Enactus team – juniors Sydney Calabro, Kristopher Wingerd, Nicholas Meyer, Jacob Cooper and Ty Garrett -- presented a live, multi-media summary of their entrepreneurial project at the regional competition and stood tall to some tough questioning from the judges.

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