This past summer, Anderson University junior Hannah Marsh traveled to Ghana, Africa, to serve. It was her second mission trip to the country.
Marsh discovered her passion for Ghana two years ago when she traveled to Africa on a short-term mission trip, serving on behalf of the mission organization Training Tomorrow’s Leaders.
“I loved the culture and the organization’s mission of planting churches and developing the surrounding community,” said Marsh.
Anderson University senior Jireh Hart set AU’s single-season record for rebounds per game. Hart averaged 12.8 rebounds and ranked second in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. With a total of 320 rebounds, she was 14th in the nation this season.
As a transfer student to Anderson University from Vincennes University, Hart enjoyed a smooth transition with the caring help of the admissions staff.
Centennial Speaker Series to include Suzy Thompson and Michele Jackson
Anderson University alumnae Suzy (Rojas) Thompson BA ’98 and Michele L. Jackson BA ’97 will speak in chapel as part of the university’s Centennial Chapel Speaker Series. Thompson, the mother of quadruplets, and Jackson, an adoptions attorney, both have unique experiences in parenthood.
Weekly Conversations Across Borders aim to connect community
Music is powerful. It can recall old memories and evoke emotion. Anderson University is renowned for its premier music program, and each year some of the most talented young artists in the country come to Anderson, Ind., to further their education, following in the paths of Christian artists and AU alumni Steven Curtis Chapman, members of The Sidewalk Prophets, and Bill and Gloria Gaither.
Sidewalk Prophets Partners with Anderson University for spring leg of the Prodigal Tour. $20,000 Scholarship
Oklahoma Building Renamed in Honor of Anderson University
This past winter break, a Christian education building in Walters, Okla., was renamed the Anderson House of Higher Learning to honor the work Anderson University’s students have done on different Tri-S trips. Ever since 2004, students have traveled to Oklahoma with Ed Breeden to help construct this building, formerly known as the White House. This past winter, the students installed baseboards, built a ceiling, and painted walls.
Black Student Association Hosts Tri-S Trip to Washington, D.C.
The Black Student Association hosted the largest Tri-S trip at Anderson University by taking 27 students to Washington, D.C., to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The students left Feb. 23 and returned Feb. 26.