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AU campus garden plot set near soccer field

Wed, 2010-03-10 10:51 -- univcomm
March 10, 2010

The 30 or so Anderson University students who braved one of the final cold blasts of winter last week sensed spring was in the air, and something else, too.

“The whole idea is about community, to be working with each other and learning from each other,” said Caity Stuart, AU Student Government Association’s director of environmental affairs.

Hollywood producer Ralph Winter to speak at Anderson University

Mon, 2010-03-08 09:20 -- univcomm
March 8, 2010

Hollywood film producer Ralph Winter will be the featured campus guest for “Vision-ReVision” at Anderson University, March 30. Winter has produced blockbuster movies such as the X-Men, Fantastic Four and Star Trek series. Recently, it was announced he is producing the film version of C. S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters. Winter will speak to the AU campus and the public in Reardon Auditorium at 10 a.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Carthage ends Ravens season in NCAA tournament

Sat, 2010-03-06 07:21 -- univcomm
March 6, 2010

The Anderson University men's basketball team saw its dream season come to an end on Saturday night at Tarble Arena as they lost to No. 14 Carthage College 76-58 in the second round of the NCAA Div. III National Tournament in Kenosha, Wisc.

"This season has been phenominal and the last 40 minutes don't take away from that," said AU coach Tom Slyder. "We've never been to the NCAA and to do that is lofty."

Anderson University Professors Climb Mt. Adams

Mon, 2010-03-01 08:15 -- univcomm
March 1, 2010

Last fall, Drs. Doug Seelbach and Fred Miller from Anderson University’s kinesiology department decided to hike a mountain. "We are in a men’s study at Madison Park and this past year’s theme was adventure," Seelbach explained. "Someone said we should go on an adventure, climb a mountain or something, so we did." The group started planning last fall and flew to Oregon for a week in August to hike Mt. Adams. The group of men ranging in age from 33 to 62-years-old rented their equipment, met their guides and began to hike Mt.

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