Abby Smith thought she had her life figured out, until she felt a restless urge to go to seminary at the Anderson University School of Theology. After an internship opportunity in Colombia, she realized her true calling was to serve Christ by serving people in other cultures. Her previous dream of becoming a lawyer was changed and her life of service unfolded.
Daily, millions of children in Africa are infected with life threatening illnesses when open sores develop on their feet due to lack of adequate shoes. Lydia Smith, a senior at Anderson University, is passionate about minimizing the problem through Heart for Souls, a project she founded following her Tri-S trip to Uganda, Africa, last summer.
What are you good at? What are you passionate about? How does an experience at Anderson University differ from other universities?
Those were the type of questions Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Marie Morris asked at a recent luncheon with faculty regarding the new vision for the Community Partnership Center.
With the Indianapolis Colts offseason training camp less than three weeks away, local law enforcement officials have finalized security measures for last year’s Super Bowl runner-ups. According to Anderson Chief of Police Darron Sparks, the police department embarked on a series of meetings aimed at designing an effective security plan almost immediately after the announcement the Colts would return to Anderson University.
The most powerful man in American sports is coming to the Indianapolis Colts’ training camp next month. And he’s bringing one of the NFL’s most popular personalities along with him.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello confirmed via Twitter on Saturday afternoon that the Colts will be among seven teams featured on a training camp tour by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Hall of Fame coach and former broadcaster John Madden.
By Thomas Frank, USA TODAY
ARLINGTON, Va. — Protecting riders on mass-transit systems from terrorist attacks will be as high a priority as ensuring safe air travel, the new head of the Transportation Security Administration promises.
Their journey began in Springfield, Ohio, where both Fred and Kay Shively were born and grew up in the Church of God.
Fred and Kay were chosen as Peacemakers of the Year 2010 at the Church of God North American Conference, recently held in Anderson.
“All a man has is his history,” quoted James Morehead. “When he dies, his history should live on.” This final line from the film Beowulf has been the inspiration for Morehead to begin writing his autobiography. The professor of communication at Anderson University has a unique story that anyone who hears is sure to be awestruck by.