For many students at Anderson University, scheduling classes can be a difficult task. However, with the inclusion of summer classes, some of that stress can be alleviated. Summer classes provide an extra four sessions in which students can complete credits toward graduation. The classes are also offered at a reduced rate of $350 per credit hour, which helps ease the financial burdens that many students face.
But it’s always intriguing to see where these seniors come up with their concepts whether it’s a 3-D dragon head sticking out of a wall or a music-accompanied video of circles and lines.
Back in October 2010, when a thief broke into Anderson University alumni Norberto and Julie Kurrle’s home in Paraguay where they did mission work, Julie was alone with their son, Timmy, who was only 4 at the time. She detailed fighting with the thief for a few minutes before giving him the money in her purse in her blog. And as he tied her up so he could search for more money, she prayed out loud for him.
Prior to attending the 43rd Annual GMA Dove Awards in Atlanta, Ga., last week, Anderson University alum Krissy (Stora) Nordhoff BA ‘96 would have said it was an honor to be nominated. She was already grateful and thankful that the song Your Great Name, which she co-wrote with worship leader and author Michael Neale, received nominations for three Dove Awards — Song of the Year, Worship Song of the Year, and Pop Contemporary Song of the Year.
Like Him With Friends Possess’d is a story about a 40-year-old woman who suddenly realizes that her life is not perfect. Co-authored by Toni Cantrell, novelist, and Bea Simmons, secretary in the Department of Modern Foreign Languages at Anderson University, the story will certainly grab the attention of its audience.
The Ravens made good use of all four seniors on their way to a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference sweep over Franklin by scores of 3-2 and 8-2.