Watch your mailbox and the Anderson University website for the summer issue of Signatures.
Anderson University is a tradition in some families. Young generations are introduced to their parents' and grandparents' alma mater through summer campmeetings, campus homecomings, sporting events, and musicals. There are shared tales of roommate antics, Cheap Thrills performances, moments of spiritual awakenings, and memorable faculty and staff.
Anderson University junior social work major Abbie Galat is taking advantage of an opportunity this summer to travel to East Asia. She learned of the opportunity through Camp Wapogasset in Amery, Wis., where she worked last summer. The camp provided her with the opportunity to go on the trip, and after hearing stories from friends at camp who had gone in previous years, Galat was certain this was an opportunity she could not miss.
The Indianapolis Colts have adjusted its training camp practice schedule for today, August 9. The morning walk-through will be held indoors and will be closed to the media. A media availability with Colts players will be held following the walk-through in the basketball gym. Please enter the gym through the public relations entrance near the interview area.
He promised 180 somewhat sleepy attendees at the Paramount Theatre Centre affair catered by Hoosier Park Racing & Casino that “we’re going to be a team to be reckoned with” this season.
He offered high praise for the team’s experience so far.
His dream of working in artist management became a reality this summer for junior marketing major Kurtis Dickerson. With a music business concentration, the Anderson University student pursued his goal by writing for a prominent music review website and interning at a small booking agency in Nashville. Both experiences have brought Dickerson closer to what he wants to do with his career.