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Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010, Tiger Sports »

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Staci Bertelli Radtke ’97, Bill Bibbee ’71, Glenn Hendrix ’75, Larry Peacock ’70 and Anthony Robinson ’96 will join 184 other Wittenberg greats in the university’s Athletics Hall of Honor during 2010 Homecoming Weekend ceremonies, Oct. 8-10.

Alumni World, Summer 2010 »

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Carter Fischer, Chloe Piquet and Cooper Lewis, triplets of Marvin Snyder III ’97 and wife Denise 10-14-09

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Carrie Belle, daughter of Robert ’02 and Melissa Lang Candage ’04 8-25-09

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Alicia Ryan Andrew, son of Alicia Bowers Fruehling ’00 and husband Andy 5-20-09

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Community Service Honored With U.S. Flag

Wittenberg was awarded an American flag previously flown outside the U.S. Capitol as recognition for the hard work of 11 students during an alternative spring break trip in Bay St. Louis, Miss., earlier this spring. The flag flew outside of Wittenberg’s Benham-Pence Student Center, April 12-20.

Around Myers Hollow, Education, Summer 2010 »

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City Beat

Wittenberg’s journalism program may still be in its infancy, but its students are thinking big. In June, seven students participated in a four-week Journalism Institute to create a magazine about Chicago, doing everything from interviewing city residents and business owners to writing stories and designing the pages for the magazine.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Founded June 1, 1940 by Wittenberg President R. Edgar Tulloss, the Wittenberg Guild has raised significant funds for the university in the form of scholarships, art work, the Ann Miller Gallery, pianos for Krieg Hall, campus landscaping and the Wally Witt sculpture.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Archeology Team Discovers Gold In Egypt

For more than a decade, Darlene Brooks Hedstrom, associate professor of history, has studied monastic archeology in Egypt, taking students and alumni on digs in an attempt to bring international attention to one of the largest Christian settlements in the Middle East.

Alumni World, Summer 2010 »

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Alumni College Connects Past And Present

Alumni and friends of the class of 1950 enjoyed a rare opportunity during their 60th reunion, June 10- 12, to engage with 11 recipients of the Alumni Association Award for Distinguished Teaching, the top faculty prize at Wittenberg, as part of Alumni College 2010. The 19 class members traveled from a round the country to celebrate their alma mater and its academic environment during the three-day event themed “These Are a Few of My Favorite Things.”

Around Myers Hollow, Class Notes, Summer 2010 »

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At the international Joint Statistics Meeting, held in Vancouver in August, Doug Andrews, professor of statistics, will present a paper for the statistical education section of the American Statistical Association, reviewing national efforts at incorporating statistical consulting in undergraduate programs, and highlighting the statistical consulting practicum that serves as a capstone experience for senior math majors on the new statistics track.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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New Collaboration With Springfield Museum of Art Announced

Recognizing the powerful difference the arts can make in a community, in the classroom and in the lives of young people, Wittenberg University and The Springfield Museum of Art have entered into an agreement enabling Wittenberg to purchase the museum facility located at 107 Cliff Park Road.

Around Myers Hollow, Summer 2010 »

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Student Receives National Theology Fellowship

For the fourth time in less than a decade, a Wittenberg student has been awarded a prestigious Fund for Theological Education (FTE) Undergraduate Fellowship. Natasha Elliott ’11 is the latest recipient of this competitive scholarship, which recognizes students who have gifts for leadership and who are exploring ministry as a vocation.