A few inches of snow can be a minor annoyance or an excuse to skip classes for Anderson University students.
Freshman Henry Schwartz said he made it to his 8 a.m. class Wednesday, but his roommate took the morning off.
“It’s not so bad,” said Schwartz, a Michigan native. “We usually get a lot more snow where I’m from.”
Even a small snowfall can challenge the most studious Raven early in the morning when he’s just rolled out of bed, Schwartz said.
“I’m sure plenty of people skipped.”
Love a person or love a career, but loving both can cause problems. That is the lesson for a young couple in “The Last Five Years,” Anderson University Theatre Department’s latest solid offering, this time in a nicely modified Byrum Hall.
Founder and Artistic Director of the nationally acclaimed performance training program OperaWorks, Ann Baltz will be offering four free classes on improvisation for classical musicians on Nov. 15 and 16 at the AU School of Music.
The Anderson University Falls School of Business (FSB) recently announced that students will have the opportunity to invest $100,000 as part of a senior level investments class. The Raven Fund will allow students to learn how to manage an investment fund through a real-world experience. Each semester, a senior-level class of about 10 students will take control of the fund, deciding how to invest the money.
Joshua Vincent, Calvin Wayne Ocasio, Beth Wolff, Danielle Hoke and Kelley Heneveld, senior art students at Anderson University, will display their art at the senior art show, "Paper.Color.Clay," in the Warner Press building, 1201 E 5th St., on Nov. 17.
The gallery will be open on Mondays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.; and Saturdays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Senior thesis readings will start at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 27. The show closes on Saturday, Dec. 15.
SGA is adding a new twist to a traditional service project this year. AU students will compete with students from Taylor University and Indiana Wesleyan University to collect the most boxes for Operation Christmas Child, Nov. 5 through Nov. 12.
Anderson University will be the 2007 host site for the National Christian Multicultural Student Leaders Conference (NCMSLC) Nov. 8-11. The NCMSLC conference, under the theme "Only Agape Can Lead to Shalom," is an annual student development conference that aims to provide participants with knowledge and skills that enhance their understanding of multicultural ideals, challenges, and realities, and the role of Christian students and Christian institutions in the journey toward cultural competency.
“Paul: A Musical Journey” will be featured on the Reardon Auditorium stage, Saturday, November 10, at 3 p.m. on the campus of Anderson University. The musical, written by Anderson University alum, Charles Myricks, Jr., (BA ’82) is the life changing story of the Apostle Paul. The show has garnered rave reviews and received standing ovations at every performance since it opened in Akron, Ohio, in January, 2005.