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Anderson University unveils final issue of yearbook

Wed, 2007-12-12 10:33 -- univcomm
December 12, 2007

Echoes inevitably fade to silence, and Anderson University’s Echoes yearbook is no exception. The 2007 yearbook, now available to those who ordered one, will be the last edition because students say they prefer to keep in touch through Web sites like Facebook rather than remember their experiences with a yearbook.

“Students voted with their feet and pocket books on this one,” vice president of academic affairs Carl Caldwell said.

University to reconstruct Fifth Street

Fri, 2007-12-07 13:04 -- univcomm
December 7, 2007

To support a safer, pedestrian-friendly roadway for students at Anderson University, the university will start a $2 million project on Fifth Street and College Avenue during the summer.

The major portion of the project will be to widen and add a median on Fifth Street, said Joe Royer, executive director of Facilities and Property Management for AU. The road will be similar to University Boulevard after the construction.

“That’s the general intent,” he said. “It won’t be exactly the same, but it will have the same feel as University Boulevard.”

The temptation of college snow days

Thu, 2007-12-06 08:34 -- univcomm
December 6, 2007

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.”

Students learn investments management hands-on

Mon, 2007-11-12 09:03 -- univcomm
November 12, 2007

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.

Senior art show, Paper.Color.Clay, opens Nov. 17

Fri, 2007-11-09 20:25 -- univcomm
November 9, 2007

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.

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