Anderson University unveiled three new TV commercials last week on Indianapolis-area stations.
Anderson University recently announced that it will suspend classes on Monday, January 17, 2011 for a day of service to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The day will be celebrated as a day of service for the institution by closing classes and other administrative activities until 5 p.m. Monday evening classes will meet as usual. This day will be a day of service in the university schedule beginning this January and each year thereafter. Historically, AU has celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Nick Stanton, a 2008 Anderson University graduate, played with his band at the Ichthus Music Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind., in September. The Ichthus Music Festival originated in Wilmore, Kent., and has continued for more than 40 years; however, this is the first year for the Ichthus Fort Wayne festival. The festival is a one-day music, media and ministry experience that includes 50 artists and four stages.
Does preaching sermons out in the middle of a jungle sound appealing or frightening to you? What about sharing your testimony on a regular basis to people who have never heard the gospel before? This challenge scared Jessie Breymaier, a junior social work major at Anderson University, before leaving on her two-month adventure to Peru. But she soon realized that, with God, anything is possible.
Midwestern college students frequently get away to the metropolis of Chicago and see Navy Pier, the Magnificent Mile, or any of the other attractions offered by the Windy City.
Between teaching, pursuing a Ph.D. and devoting time to family and friends, Anderson University English Professor Jason Parks still manages to train for marathons and run up to 130 miles a week. “Running gives me a lot of energy,” said Parks. “I know some people might think that running 15 miles a day might be tiring, but I always feel more relaxed and focused when I've had a good run.” Each week, Parks usually runs 10-12 miles every morning and shorter runs in the afternoons.
Many students have traveled around the world with Anderson University’s international and cross-cultural program, Tri-S. Since its creation in 1964, more than 16,000 students have studied, served and shared in these cultural and service experiences.
This past summer several students took the opportunity to travel to an unfamiliar place to experience a new culture and face the realities of poverty, hunger and social injustice.
Serving in India