Despite Obstacles, Social Work Majors Complete Senior Practicums

This week, all seven graduating social work majors will log the last hour of their senior practicums. The unique skills they've learned during this challenging time may help them transition into a mid-pandemic workforce. By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief

After 12 Years, Resident Director Mallory Harrigan Bids HU Farewell

"Baker/Roush, it’s hard for me to imagine life without you," Harrigan says. "There is truly no way possible to convey how much Baker/Roush has meant to me in this season of life." By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief

HU’s Alpha Chi Chapter Wraps up Another Year — Over Zoom

Like many other campus clubs and organizations, this academic group adapted to the present circumstances by meeting digitally while students are away. It's a historic "first" that may never happen again. By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief

From Force to Forester

After graduating from Huntington University in 1998, Justin Faw served on the Marion Police Department for nearly 21 years, working detective cases and balancing his family life with his career. A year and a half ago, Faw returned to his alma mater as its newest chief of police, and he couldn’t be happier. By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief | May 14, 2019

Your Student Government Is Here for You.

It’s a weird time to be a student at Huntington University. Please know that there are students (like me) who you can bring your concerns to. By Michael Lehman, Editor-in-Chief