Anderson University junior Raleigh Bonte recently received the 2012 Nicholson Student Servant Leadership Award for his servant leadership on campus and in the community. The award was made possible by funds directed to the university by Anderson University donors.
Ron Cross worked for the same supermarket chain for 24 years, rising from “bag boy” to manager of a bakery.
But after 24 years at what is now known as Pay Less grocery, Cross said he knew it was time for a change. He turned in his two weeks’ notice and registered to go back to school, initially to study computer science.
The Anderson University men's basketball team nearly blew a 15-point second-half lead, but hung on to defeat Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Bluffton University 70-67 on Saturday at Founders Hall in Bluffton, Ohio.
The victory was the 100th in his career for AU head coach Tom Slyder, who now has an overall record of 100-82 in seven seasons in Anderson.
Shane Claiborne will be the featured speaker for Impact Your World Week, Feb. 7-9, at Anderson University. The AU Campus Ministries office sponsors Impact Your World Week to offer students and the community an opportunity for worship and study with an off-campus speaker. The series is conducted each spring and focuses on Christ’s call to serve in the world.
Anderson University will serve as a host site for College Goal Sunday, Sun., Feb. 12, at 2 p.m. in the lower level of Decker Hall. Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at Anderson University and 39 other Indiana sites to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid.
Adam Crosby left high school looking for a university capable of offering him opportunities to continue playing basketball competitively, to follow his passion of athletic training within the confines of a strong program, and to experience his college years in a Christian environment. He found all three at Anderson University.
In a career filled with accomplishments and accolades, Friday night still managed to stand out for Don Brandon.
The legendary former Anderson University coach has been attending the American Baseball Coaches Association’s annual convention for the past 34 years.
On Friday, in Anaheim, Calif., he was inducted into the organization’s Hall of Fame in front of nearly 6,000 of his peers.