Former FBI Director James Comey spoke at John Pistole's formal inauguration as President of Anderson University in October 2015. Photo by Nikki Edrington.

President Pistole declines comment about FBI rumors

President Donald Trump unexpectedly fired FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday. In the hours that followed, AU President John Pistole was named as a potential candidate to replace Comey. Reports have stated that Pistole declined to comment on the rumors. The Andersonian reached out to Pistole’s executive assistant, Ronda Reemer,… Read more »

President Pistole declines comment about FBI rumors

President Donald Trump unexpectedly fired FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday. In the hours that followed, AU President John Pistole was named as a potential candidate to replace Comey. Reports have stated that Pistole declined to comment on the rumors. The Andersonian reached out to Pistole’s executive assistant, Ronda Reemer,… Read more »

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Jon McLaughlin talks family, foundations and faith

Jon McLaughlin, American pop-rock singer-songwriter, producer and pianist has many ties to AU. As his mother used to work for the university, he followed in his brother and sister’s footsteps, choosing to attend and study music business. Growing up in Anderson, McLaughlin always knew that he would one day be… Read more »

Jon McLaughlin talks family, foundations and faith

Jon McLaughlin, American pop-rock singer-songwriter, producer and pianist has many ties to AU. As his mother used to work for the university, he followed in his brother and sister’s footsteps, choosing to attend and study music business. Growing up in Anderson, McLaughlin always knew that he would one day be… Read more »

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60 Hours of Prayer gives participants renewed faith

Over the course of 60 hours this past weekend, more than 100 people visited the prayer room in Morrison House in order to pray for AU’s campus. The event was planned by a small group of friends who are “passionate about prayer and seeking God’s heart for their lives personally… Read more »

60 Hours of Prayer gives participants renewed faith

Over the course of 60 hours this past weekend, more than 100 people visited the prayer room in Morrison House in order to pray for AU’s campus. The event was planned by a small group of friends who are “passionate about prayer and seeking God’s heart for their lives personally… Read more »

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Enactus wins regional contest, moves on to national

Enactus is an international organization that has created a global community of students, professors and business leaders. College and universities all over the world have Enactus teams, but last week, AU’s chapter of Enactus won their regional competition. The regional Enactus competition was in Chicago, where they beat much larger… Read more »

Enactus wins regional contest, moves on to national

Enactus is an international organization that has created a global community of students, professors and business leaders. College and universities all over the world have Enactus teams, but last week, AU’s chapter of Enactus won their regional competition. The regional Enactus competition was in Chicago, where they beat much larger… Read more »

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Is the “Billy Graham rule” respectful or unfair to women?

Last week, Vice President Mike Pence came under public criticism for statements he made to The Hill in 2002. The statements, mentioned in a Washington Post profile on Karen Pence, regarded Pence’s take on the “Billy Graham rule”—that is, Pence does not eat alone with a woman who is not… Read more »

Is the “Billy Graham rule” respectful or unfair to women?

Last week, Vice President Mike Pence came under public criticism for statements he made to The Hill in 2002. The statements, mentioned in a Washington Post profile on Karen Pence, regarded Pence’s take on the “Billy Graham rule”—that is, Pence does not eat alone with a woman who is not… Read more »