Huntington Woman Wins YWCA Award

Each October, YWCA Northeast Indiana presents its annual Hope Awards to outstanding supporters throughout its six-county service area. This year, Karen Hinshaw was awarded the 2011 Hope Award for Women’s Economic Empowerment. Nominees are chosen for their substantial contributions to empowering women and eliminating racism in northeast Indiana.

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Foundation’s breakfast to provide update on HU nursing program

After four years of hard work, the nursing department at Huntington University is graduating its first class this spring. To celebrate this accomplishment, the Huntington University Foundation will host a breakfast on Oct. 13.

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Indiana artist Sayaka Ganz to exhibit her work at Huntington University

Local artist Sayaka Ganz, who is known for taking common plastic items and turning them into works of art, will exhibit her work at Huntington University from Oct. 13 to Nov. 12 in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery.

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HU’s Institute for TESOL Studies signs five-year agreement with Chinese school district

The Institute for TESOL Studies at Huntington University has signed a five-year agreement to continue training English teachers in Doumen, a city in China’s Guangdong Province.

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Parkview Huntington Hospital to offer Fall Health and Fitness Fair

The public is invited to Parkview Huntington Hospital’s annual Fall Health and Fitness Fair from 6 to 11 a.m.Wednesday, Oct. 6 in the front lobby area and lower-level classrooms of the hospital, located at 2001 Stults Road, Huntington.

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HU professor to present research on English teachers working in China

During a special presentation at 7 p.m. Oct. 11, Dr. Luke Fetters, associate professor of ministry and missions at Huntington University, will present his current research about English teachers working in southern China.

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Their View: In support of the Fair Tax initiative

Our Founding Fathers believed that taxing individuals on their private income was economic folly. They were right. The absence of an income tax – a tax on productivity – allowed our economy to grow and individuals to prosper for 124 years.