If you told Anderson University alumna Alicia Adcock in the fall of 2003 she was destined to be a lawyer someday, she would have disagreed with you. “I was involved in a lot of things during my time at AU,” said Adcock, “but I never considered a career in law until the very end.”
For many people, Christmas is a holiday full of tradition. Whether it is a type of food or a specific activity, there are certain aspects of life that only occur on a holiday. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens has long been part of many Christmas traditions. This year, Anderson University Professor Dr. Donald Boggs performed in the beloved tale.
Anderson University senior Megan Bird showcased her four years of musical education in a two-hour recital in December. Bird is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in music and a concentration in vocal performance. She has performed as the lead in numerous plays and has sung in church choirs, the AU Chorale, and many other activities that have helped her musical career.
Anderson University's Jared Millikan was named to the Associated Press Little All-American Third Team on Thursday.
The Little All-American Teams are made up of student-athletes from NCAA Div. II, III and NAIA schools.
Anderson University’s biology department is already set apart because of its emphasis on the integration of faith and science, as well as hands-on experience and relationships with professors. Now the department can claim one more distinctive as biology majors recently placed in the 95th percentile on a national exam for students majoring in biology.
From Oct. 9 to Nov. 13, Anderson University was the host of a visiting artist’s exhibition that showcased the work of three AU alumni who have earned success in their specific areas of art. The artists were Betsy Barnum, who focuses on printmaking; Trent Miller, who concentrates on painting; and David Schnuckel, who is a glass artist.