Anderson University alumnus Tyler Daniels BA '09 was told at an early age that walking would not be part of his future. At birth, Daniels was diagnosed with spina bifida, a congenital defect in which the spinal cord branches out from the spinal column. Spina bifida usually results in neurological impairment, but Daniels had a higher power on his side.
Four bands nominated for a top Dove Award honor group have Madison County connections.
The Gaither Vocal Band was nominated as group of the year for the 2011 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards.
Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, another Gaither Music Group artist, was nominated for the same honor.
For Ambrosia Davidson, an internship at Minnetrista, a cultural center in Muncie, Ind., was just one more in a series of valuable experiences in business marketing at Anderson University. Before beginning her internship in May, Davidson, a senior marketing communications major, had already worked alongside her mother at Deb and Ambrosia’s Wildflowers in her hometown of New Madison, Ohio, and as a marketing coordinator with Women In Business, an organization from her hometown.
Raging for centuries is the great philosophical debate as to whether a leader is born or made. Marrying the two schools of thought by choosing candidates with innate abilities and training them intensively, the Leadership Academy of Madison County (LAMC) has equipped 1,200 individuals to enact change in the community through servant leadership.
There was a time when Moliere’s comic opera “Tartuffe” was banned from public performance due to its jabs at Christian morality.
That was in the 1660s. Nowadays the religious criticism seems tongue-in-cheek and fitting for production at the Christian-based Anderson University.