February 21-24, Byrum Hall Theatre will feature Albert Herring, a hilarious 1940's opera by Benjamin Britten and set in late Victorian England.
A significant problem confronts Lady Billows, who is in process of organizing the annual May Day festival: there is no one honorable or virtuous enough for the prestigious position of May Queen.
Five Anderson University business students, Jonah McDonough, Peter Odren, Perry Childs, JinAyla Sexton, and Chad Schubert recently participated in the second annual I-69 Collegiate Innovation Challenge at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth, Indiana. They joined students from Ball State University, Huntington University, Indiana Wesleyan University, and Taylor University.
A planned upgrade to Fifth Street at Anderson University will have to wait another year because of unexpected delays.
The $2 million project, which will turn Fifth Street and a portion of College Avenue into a more pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare, should begin in May 2009 and be completed before students return for classes the following August, said Joe Royer, the university’s director of facilities and property management.
Anderson University juniors Sara Peard and Michael Douglass recently received the 2008 Nicholson Student Servant Leadership Award for services on campus and in the community. The awards were made possible by a grant from the Moore Foundation and Barney II Foundation as well as matching funds directed to the university by Anderson University donors.
Reggie Dabbs will be the featured campus guest speaker for Impact Your World Week, Feb. 5-8, at Anderson University. The AU Campus Ministries office sponsors Impact Your World Week to offer students and the community an opportunity for worship and study with an off-campus speaker.
Impact Your World Week is conducted early in Semester II and focuses on Christ’s call to us to serve in the world. Key leaders from around the world are invited to campus each year to lead this special week.
Anderson University's Professional Development Services will offer "AIB Principles of Banking," a 10 week course of the American Institute of Banking, on Monday evenings beginning March 3 and ending May 5. This non-credit class will meet from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Anderson University Flagship Center, conveniently located at Exit 22 on I-69.
Anderson University will serve as a host site for College Goal Sunday, Sun., Feb. 17, at 2 p.m. in Reardon Auditorium. College Goal Sunday is a statewide charitable program that provides free information and assistance to Indiana families applying for college financial aid. College Goal Sunday will take place at 36 sites throughout the state of Indiana. FAFSA forms, required by educational institutions nationwide, must be received by the federal processor by March 10, 2008 for Indiana residents. Complete information can be accessed at www.CollegeGoalSunday.org.
2005 AU alumnus and national recording artist Jon McLaughlin sang the National Anthem for the Indianapolis Colts' game on December 30 against the Jaguars.
McLaughlin recently performed his song “Industry” during halftime of the Indianapolis Colts game Sunday. The Colts played the San Diego Chargers in the AFC Divisional playoffs at the RCA Dome.
In October 1917, in a home on East Fifth Street, the Church of God opened the door of the Anderson Bible Training School, enrolling 60 students. There were five faculty members, men and women, hailing from all over America.