Power outage update

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On Sunday morning shortly before 10 a.m., a transformer blew in the campground. The explosion resulted in power outages throug a few buildings on campus, most notably the Olt Student Center, Tara and South apartments, and Martin Hall. The Anderson University Police Department, physical plant and Food Services worked together… Read more »

New Prayer Ministry begins

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With a new school year comes a new group of student leaders stepping forward to lead in every section of campus life, including in the residence halls, freshman LART groups, and campus ministries. Dillon Lockwood, senior and former RA for Smith Hall, is the new head of our campus Prayer… Read more »

Religious departments to come together

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Throughout its nearly 100 years, AU has always offered some form of religious studies major. It wasn’t until 1950 when the School of Theology was opened for seminary students. From then on, AU’s Department of Religious Studies and School of Theology operated as two totally separate entities. However, starting in… Read more »

New admissions director talks boosting enrollment

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In January, AU welcomed alumna Kynan Simison as the new director of admissions. Simison attended AU from 1997-1999 and earned her Bachelor of Arts in communications with a focus in public relations. Previously, Simison has held various positions in higher education, including being a corporate admissions director and campus president…. Read more »

Active shooter drill to take place tomorrow

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Tomorrow, April 14, there will be a live-action active shooter simulation on campus. The event is scheduled for around 2 p.m. in Decker Hall. Nine police agencies and two fire departments will be participating in the exercise. They will begin setting up the area early in the afternoon, and roads… Read more »