Harvey Bayliss and Adam Menchinger, art students at Anderson University, will display their work at the senior art show, “Calliope,” in the Wilson Galleries on the AU campus. The show is open Nov. 22 - Dec. 19 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Bayliss and Menchinger will make senior presentations on Dec. 2 from 6-9 p.m. in Wilson Gallery.
The staff and management of WQME 98.7 FM recently announced that the station has been named a reporting station for Radio & Records. Radio & Records is the preeminent information company serving key decision makers in the radio and record industries. As a reporting station, WQME will contact Radio & Records to report new music added to their play list for the coming week.
Luciana Schulle BA ’05 returned to her alma mater recently when her cantata, The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, was performed as part of Park Place Church of God’s Coolidge Concert Series. The cantata tells the story of the many mothers who lost their young adult children in Argentina during what Schulle calls a “dirty war.” Directed by Dr.
There’s something wonderful about taking a 400-year-old comedy and its many outdated puns and create a show that young actors clearly enjoy performing and that audiences should delight in experiencing.
Last Christmas season, AU donated 291 shoeboxes to the Operation Christmas Child foundation. This year, AU has increased that number and is hoping to donate 504 boxes collectively as a campus.
Sophomore Kelsey Kegerreis explained the new prediction.
The locally-produced film, “A Ripple of Hope,” has been named top documentary at the 17th annual Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis.
The 55-minute film, made by Don Boggs, details the night Robert Kennedy spoke to Indianapolis after Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. The film was produced by Anderson University’s Covenant Productions® and captures one poignant day in the life of RFK.
A new sculpture created by Arlon Bayliss, professor of Art at Anderson University, and artist Mary Jo Kramb Bayliss will be permanently featured when the new Indianapolis International Airport opens on November 12, 2008. The collaborative creation, a glass wall entitled “Flightwave,” is located in the heart of the new airport on the east side of the Civic Plaza within the facility.
The School of Theology needs an update more than any other building on campus, and now alumni and friends can help made a huge difference. Dr. James and Elizabeth York, longtime friends of the School of Theology, have promised to match $100,000 in donations made to the seminary.
When Anderson University men’s basketball coach Tom Slyder was a player for the Ravens in the late 1980s, the biggest names to fall on the team’s schedule involved the likes of Ohio University and Central Michigan.
Nothing too earth-shattering at the time, the 1988 AU graduate recalled, but a notable step for a NCAA Div. III school eager to compete.
Anderson University recently announced that Dr. Carl H. Caldwell, vice-president for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, will retire at the conclusion of the 2008-09 academic year. Upon retirement, Dr. Caldwell will conclude a distinguished career of 38 years in academic and administrative leadership. He has served at Anderson University since the spring of 1996.