Anderson University was recently made aware of the passage of the Midwestern Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2008 (the Act). The Act provides for an expansion of the IRS Education Credits for students attending an eligible educational institution located in a Midwestern Disaster Area. Students attending Anderson University may qualify since Madison County is one of the designated counties.
It is not unusual for faculty to stay at Anderson University for a long time. Many professors continue to teach for 25 to 30 years. But to still be teaching after 50 years? That is an amazing feat even at AU. Mathematics professor Paul Saltzmann BS ’57 has done just that — he will celebrate 50 years of teaching at Anderson this year.
The economy is hitting college students hard, too—financial aid programs under increased and intense demand, part-time jobs harder to come by, and family financial contributions drained by unemployment and dwindling value of assets such as homes. That’s why Anderson University students will join with some 250 students representing 20 of Indiana’s independent colleges and universities on Tuesday, February 24, at 12:30 p.m., to make personal calls on their hometown legislators.
Honesty goes into hiding in “La Finta Giardiniera,” an early Mozart comic Italian opera that is nicknamed “Love in Disguise” for Anderson University audiences.
But when the truth is told, this production directed by Laurel Goetzinger with musical conductor Fritz Robertson is a breezy evening of subtle humor, creative simplicity and a touch of madness.
Megan Biddle, originally from Hope, Ind., is married, has 2 children, and is currently in her final semester at the School of Adult Learning receiving her bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership.