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The Class of 2018 graduates Saturday, May 5!

Traditional Day, 9:00 a.m.; Evening Studies, 6:00 p.m., The Green

Archives for February 2015

Corey Smith and The Dirty Guv’nahs headline Huntingdon’s CloverJam 2015

Huntingdon College will host country music star Corey Smith with opening band The Dirty Guv’nahs for CloverJam 2015, Friday, April 24, beginning at 8:30 p.m. on Top Stage on the College Green. Tickets are free for Huntingdon students, faculty and staff and $20 per guest, and may be purchased through Eventbrite.com.

Huntingdon College offers summer Leadership Academy for United Methodist high school students

Huntingdon College invites pastors and youth ministers who serve United Methodist churches in the Alabama-West Florida and North Alabama Conferences of The United Methodist Church to sponsor high school juniors and/or seniors to participate in the Huntingdon Leadership Academy, June 11–12.

Huntingdon receives Tree Campus USA designation

Arbor Day will hold special significance at Huntingdon College as the College announces its designation as an Arbor Day Foundation Tree Campus USA, Thursday, February 26, at 10:00 a.m. in front of the president’s home (The Delchamps Residence). A tree seedling giveaway will follow the brief program. The public is invited to attend.

Huntingdon hosts AISBA state musicians

The Huntingdon College Campus and Cloverdale community will be filled with the sound of music this weekend as the Alabama Independent Schools Band Association (AISBA) holds their annual State Band Festival and State Honor Band on the Huntingdon campus. Approximately 500 band students—in addition to directors, parents, and spectators—are expected to be involved.

CCV helps students “Meet the Firms”

The Huntingdon College Center for Career and Vocation is intent on bringing students to firm ground in their career search efforts. To that end, the CCV hosted a “Meet the Firms” job fair for accounting, business, and related majors in Houghton Library last week.

Huntingdon senior India Chaney receives national first place award for research

The biology major traveled to the nation’s capital to present her research on the use of PLGA (poly-DL-glycolide) nanoparticles as anti-cancer delivery agents at the 2015 Emerging Researchers National Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, February 19–21. She came away with a first place award in the biomedical engineering category.

Author Ellen Davis explores interfaith dialogue for Huntingdon’s Chapman Benson Lecture Series

Professor Ellen Davis, Amos Ragan Kearns Distinguished Professor of Bible and Practical Theology at Duke University Divinity School, will be the featured speaker for Huntingdon College’s 2015 Chapman Benson Lecture Series, Monday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Ligon Chapel, Flowers Hall. She will speak on the topic, “The Things that Make for Peace (Luke 19:42): Inter-religious Theological Conversation.” The lecture is free and open to the public.

The Talon 02.17.2015

Chapman Benson Lecture; Yes. She’s that good.; Empowering women and girls; Countdown to Commencement; Getting on firm ground; There’s a group for that

Huntingdon celebrates the life of Ken Williams, 1940–2015

The Huntingdon College family gathered in small groups and online this weekend to share memories as word spread of the death of Ken Williams, associate professor emeritus of mathematics and computer science.

Huntingdon remembers Coach Charlie Lane

Huntingdon College alumnus and head men’s tennis coach Charlie Lane passed away this morning after a long battle with cancer. A member of the Huntingdon Class of 1971, Lane returned to Huntingdon following the 2006 tennis season to lead the men’s tennis team.