The Anderson University Athletic Hall of Fame is celebrating its 17th year with four new inductees who will be honored at an awards banquet on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 5:30 p.m. in the Olt Student Center. The AU Athletic Hall of Fame was started in 1997 by former athletic director Barrett Bates to recognize former Raven athletes, coaches, and contributors to the university.
A local man who was awarded with one of the highest volunteer honors in the state on Thursday had one thing to say about the experience.
Duane Hoak of Anderson received the Governor's Service Awards Lifetime Achievement Award at the ceremony at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, which also honored seven other recipients in other categories from around the state.
The four sisters and the matriarch of the tightly knit March family sing their way through the Anderson University musical production of “Little Women,” opening this weekend at the Boze Lyric Theatre in Byrum Hall. A talented cast, creatively costumed and choreographed, is accompanied by an orchestra in the pit to bring the story to life.
The Anderson University School of Theology received accreditation approval from the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) to offer the professional ministry degree, the Master of Arts in Christian Ministry, 100 percent online. The SOT is one of only seven ATS schools approved for this professional degree to be 100 percent online.
Anderson University will honor several distinguished alumni during the Homecoming Banquet on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 5:30 p.m. in the Schield Dining Room in the Olt Student Center. Individuals being honored include Rudolph “Rudy” Reginald Pyle III (Distinguished Alumni Award); Ryan Daniel (Distinguished Young Alumni Award); Dr. Fred Shively (John H. Kane Loyalty Award); and Dr. William Farmen (Distinguished Service Award).
As one of three students participating in the year-long student teaching program at Anderson University, 2013 elementary education grad Chelsea Niesley, decided that she was going to make her experience unique. Through hard work and a heart for global studies, Niesley completed her teaching experience in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The Jessie C. Wilson Galleries at Anderson University presents Still, Blue, an exhibition of still life paintings by 25 renowned artists from across the country who exhibit under the group name Zeuxis. The exhibition will be open October 5 through November 8 with the opening reception on Saturday, Oct.