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Conference gives students a moment to shine

Sep 22, 2017

Two Heidelberg seniors stood tall among a stellar group of economics and political science scholars from Ohio and surrounding states last weekend as Heidelberg hosted the annual conference of the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists.

Heidelberg to welcome broadcast journalist for PALS

Sep 20, 2017

Minneapolis TV journalist Brandi Powell will be the guest of the fall Patricia Adams Lecture Series at Heidelberg University.

Heidelberg invites the community to attend dinner and Powell’s keynote address, “Scared to Embrace What I’m Good At: Finding, Recognizing and Cultivating Your Gifts,” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, in Seiberling Gymnasium.

Heidelberg theatre to stage ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’

Sep 18, 2017

The Heidelberg University School of Music & Theatre will stage the dramatic presentation, “The Diary of Anne Frank,” to kick off its performance season Sept. 21-24 in Gundlach Theatre.

“This is such an important show right now, given the way our country is talking about hate,” said director Stephen Svoboda. “To me, every generation needs to be reminded of this story.”

Nyle DiMarco: Embrace your differences

Sep 15, 2017

Nyle DiMarco was born into a multigenerational deaf family so it’s the only world he’s ever known. On Thursday, he shared his compassion, talents and activism for raising awareness and promoting the importance of language within and beyond the deaf community as the first speaker in this year’s HYPE Career Ready Program.

Years ago, when Nyle was living in Florida, a volleyball friend asked him a thought-provoking question: “He asked me if I wished I could hear. My answer was no. My life would be so different.”

Giving marginalized groups their voice

Sep 12, 2017

The development of a Multicultural Student Affairs Office to provide a safe, supportive environment for students with marginalized identities has been a while in the making. But with last spring’s hiring of Cherrelle Gardner to direct the efforts, things are moving very quickly.

According to Cherrelle, students are very excited and providing great energy and ideas. “I’m very interested to see what this office can mean and what it will turn into,” she says.

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