At 6:30 a.m. Israel Standard Time on Oct. 7, 2023, the air raid sirens sounded in southern and central Israel as Hamas began launching missiles. By 11:35 a.m. Israel’s Prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, declared Israel at war. As the war begins its fifth week, the death and devastation continue to make headlines and shock the […]
The last event of Homecoming Saturday, Cheap Thrills, began at 8:30 p.m. The variety show is a tradition put on twice a semester by Dativus to fundraise for a charity, currently Locks of Love. All of the skits are written and performed by Dativus members and alumni. Dativus president Justin Bemis explained, “Our motto is […]
Featuring Micky Young ’17, Jon Mobley ’07, generations of the gospel choir and the Athletic Hall of Fame inductees, this article tells some alumni stories at Homecoming 2023.
by Kaleb Greve and Rebekah Lynn Hisle On Homecoming Saturday morning, Anderson University hosted The Street Fair on University Boulevard. It boasted many booths and stands brought by clubs, organizations, residence halls and university programs. The event was attended by students, faculty, staff, families and alumni. Present, was the Anderson American Model United Nations booth. […]
The Street Fair is a staple event for AU’s Homecoming Weekend. Every year, student organizations, dorms and clubs line up booths to sell delicious treats, savory food and comfortable merchandise featuring everything AU. This Saturday promises many booths to be excited about and future events to look forward. The students behind each booth have plans […]
With the culmination of a lifetime of dreaming and years of work, “Hellcat,” a story of fatherhood and grief, premieres at the Heartland International Film Festival on October 12. Jack Lugar, professor of cinema and media arts at Anderson University holds several titles to the film: writer, producer, director, and editor. He said, “For me, […]
On a Tuesday afternoon, the AU football room is buzzing with activity. Players lounge on couches or sit at the table, computers out, grinding away on schoolwork. Coaches commune in the head coach’s office to watch film, the door swung wide open to be a part of the larger room. A countdown to the next […]
As AU welcomed students back on campus, small changes have become apparent. There is a fixed pot-hole there, new lights installed here, but another change has occurred, one that has not been advertised or noticed. An old title got an upgrade during the summer. The title of RD is now known as AC or HC. […]
We’re kicking off a series of freshman feature articles with Caleb Savage. Savage is a swimmer in the class of 2027. Read more about him here.
By Faith Bibby
Cinema student Rylee Smith is fired up about screening her new movie at the Black Bird Film Festival next Wednesday. “When you finally have a finished product, and you show it to people, and other people get joy from that—it’s like, oh my gosh,” said the junior cinema and media arts major. Smith and a […]