OrangeHaus Records will host the second annual OrangeHaus Music Business Camp at Anderson University, July 6 – 11. The camp is designed to instruct teenagers from across the country on the various facets of the music business industry.
A Ripple of Hope, an award-winning documentary film created by Covenant Productions® at Anderson University, has been named an official selection in the 2009 Indianapolis International Film Festival (July 15-25). The screening days and times for the film will be Wed. and Thurs., July 22 and 23, at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. (respectively) at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (The Toby Theater).
AU School of Theology honored Dr. John D. Fozard with the 2009 Distinguished Ministries Award, Norberto and Julie (Beam) Kurrle with the 2009 Distinguished Alumni Award, and Dr. James W. Lewis with the 2009 Distinguished Service Award at the annual SOT Alumni & Friends Annual Awards Luncheon on Monday, June 29.
A man who helped hundreds of students find a way to pay for college was honored alongside his wife at Anderson University’s Heritage Award Luncheon Sunday.
The Revs. Theodore and Mary Baker were honored for their service to the community, joining a list of more than two dozen past honorees who influenced the Anderson University community.
AU will host “One Lord, One Faith” to kick off the North American Convention of the Church of God at the Madison Park Church of God tonight, June 26, at 7 p.m. The evening worship services of the 2009 North American Convention of the Church of God will be available via live streaming. Click here for more information.
A short film edited by Anderson University alum Chris Witt, BA 2003, recently received a gold medal prize in the 36th annual Student Academy Awards for "Kavi," a short film about an Indian boy forced to work. "Kavi" was directed by Gregg Helvey of the University of Southern California as his USC graduate thesis film. The film is qualified for the 2010 Academy Awards - Short Film Competition.
The fact that she is a published author has not yet sunk in for Daria Barwinska, a 2009 Anderson University graduate. Yet here she is, a native of Poland, holding a book she wrote in English based on a trip she took to Kenya, a trip she never would have taken had she not discovered Anderson University while researching colleges online.