Anderson University gave students the opportunity to get together for one last hurrah before the end of the school year by hosting the Spring Bash on April 28. AU’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) planned the entire event, which met the students’ need to get together one last time before the stress of finals week. CAB provides various activities to enhance the academic and social atmosphere on campus.
She was indecisive about trying out, but at the last minute she grabbed an application, filled it out, and turned it in. Two weeks later she received a phone call that they were interested and wanted to perform casting interviews as soon as possible. Next came the long phone conversations and a camera crew following her around for two days straight.
Kelley O’Hair had never given this type of injection before. She admits she was nervous, even though she didn’t show it. When the first car pulled up at 3 p.m., with her Anderson University professor looking over her shoulder and nurses with more than 30 years experience watching, she stuck the needle in an elderly man’s arm and gave her first injection flawlessly.
Seven hours and 150 injections later, O’Hair feels more than confident in administering the intra-muscular injection required for non-living H1N1 flu vaccine.
The Anderson Media Group (AMG) in the Falls School of Business won a 2010 Best of Show award from the Hoosier Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Wednesday for their publication, Falls Report. This is the first year the PRSA has offered a student category and awards were given in two areas: projects and programs.
Anderson University alumna Brooke Mark is proof that hard work can lead to opportunities. The 22-year-old from Leesburg, Ind., graduated from AU this past December and moved on to a prestigious full-time, paid internship with the Indiana General Assembly House Republican Caucus.
The 627 members of Anderson University’s Class of 2010 were encouraged on Saturday to “live your ideals graciously and generously” as they received diplomas at the school’s 92nd Commencement.
Anderson University will offer four camps for high school students over the summer. The Orangehaus Music Business Camp and the Entrepreneurship Camp return this year, while two other camps will be offered for the first time: The JustDance Summer Dance Intensive and the Career Camp sponsored by the Anderson University Career Development Center.