When Dr. Kevin Radaker, professor of English and chair of the English department, performs his portrayal of C.S. Lewis, many audience members feel as though they are watching Lewis himself give a speech. The Anderson University community has received several visits from Radaker's Lewis, and now China will get a visit from the famous author. Radaker will portray Lewis at the 2011 Teachers’ Conference in Beijing, China.
Clubs at Anderson University range from sports to worship, and even international politics through Model United Nations. Students met once a week last semester to discuss current international issues, study their assigned country, and write draft resolutions. Their preparation allowed them to participate in a national conference as the delegation from the Republic of Chad at the 2011 Model UN conference hosted by Harvard University.
“Travel safe, travel smart, and have a fun trip,” advised Tim Poncé, a 1998 Anderson University graduate. Poncé is now the division chief for East Asia and the Pacific within the Office of American Citizen Services and Crisis Management for the U.S. State Department. Poncé’s normal advice for traveling across U.S. borders changed quickly when Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down from power in February 2011.
On Friday, May 20, fourteen participants from Anderson University biked to work during the National Bike to Work Day. AU participated in a local community challenge and had the most registered employees to win this year's traveling trophy for the second consecutive year.
Soy nuts, dark chocolate, honey and caramel — it may sound like a delectable treat to some, but to the owner of a local candy shop it is the perfect recipe for relief for women experiencing hot flashes and night sweats, the telltale signs of menopause.
Anderson University was presented the first Ignite Award from Salter McNeil & Associates in recognition of the growth created in promoting biblical reconciliation and intercultural competency on campus.
Business ownership may not be for the faint of heart, but it can be for the young at heart. Or just the young in the case of locals Schulyer Glancy and William Dietz.
Ever since he was a kid, Glancy wanted to be a business owner — and that dream came true while he was still a kid to many.
In a nation ravaged by poverty and disaster, Jaime Kuhnle, an Anderson University alumna and teacher in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, possesses a warm, helping heart that is obvious to all who come into contact with her. “My mission here is…to show God’s love to everyone I come in contact with,” said Kuhnle.