When Denver Whittington, a 2004 Anderson University alumnus, graduated from high school, he planned to stay close to his hometown of Anderson, Ind., but did not know where his degree from AU would take him.
“As long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to be a physicist of some kind,” Whittington said.
In a competitive job market, new graduates need all the help they can get to translate their solid education and practical experience to that first full-time job. Launched last spring, the RavenReady program is unique to Anderson University and its students, and it’s helping Falls School of Business grads get a step ahead.
Anderson University sophomore Tyler Dague has proven his dedication to and genuine interest in the field of journalism. Having been on AU’s campus for just over a year, Dague has already written for both the university and the city newspapers. Dague is majoring in communication arts with a focus on journalism and is working on a complementary writing major.
There’s something about our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, that has stood the test of time.
Perhaps it’s the fact that the man has always been presented as a perfect, infallible figure; a whitewashed mythological being who was honest to a fault.
When Clark Scott found the small, Christian environment he had been looking for at Anderson University, he never anticipated being able to experience a worldwide event like the Olympics. Scott, a 1998 graduate of AU and current owner of a chiropractic practice, spent three weeks in London working with the U.S. Olympic Diving Team during the 2012 Olympic Games. Scott spent his first competition with the U.S. Olympic Diving Team in Canada in 2010.
“One of the things on my bucket list was to go the Olympics at some point,” said Scott.
Two of the three players who had been dealing with ankle injuries for the past two weeks have been cleared to play today at Calvin College.
Sophomore Jamares McCloud is the only Raven expected not to be available today. Senior Phil Hogan and sophomore Nate Gross have healed and will be in the starting lineup.