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Campus News and updates  

  • C. Henry Smith Peace Oratory Contest
    Students are encouraged to participate in this years C. Henry Smith Peace Oratory Contest—to be held on Wednesday evening, April 10 at 7 p.m. Cash prizes are awarded to the top 3 participants.
  • Guided Visit
    Guided visit of the Warren G. Harding Presidential Home and Library and lunch sponsored by the History Club and Honors Program. Open to all Bluffton students at no charge. Limited to 20 students. Reserve your seat today! |
  • Dressmakers wanted!
    Want to help sew or alter costumes for Bluffton University's play Pride and Prejudice? Work dates include February 24 and 25 from 2-5 p.m. in College Hall. 
  • Bluffton's Master Programs
    Applications are now open for students who want to join one of Bluffton's masters programs!  Students who would like to apply for one of these programs can do so for free at with any questions.
  • Room Draw
    The room draw process for the 2024-25 academic year is quickly approaching! More information will be out soon. If you have any immediate questions, feel free to reach out to the Coordinator of Residence Michael Bryan at
  • Mark you calendar!
    Lil’ Sibs Weekend and Riley Creek Festival - April 19 – 20

We Are Beavers All

J.T. Taviano

Basil Gates ’25
Basil was planning to go to art school before coming on a recruitment visit for cross country and finding the perfect major at Bluffton. Now, Basil is gaining experience in the literary field as a member of the editorial team for, “Bridge: The Bluffton University Literary Journal.”      Art and Writing >

Trin BorgmanTrin Borgman '24
A social work and psychology double major, Trin Borgman's vocation was further confirmed during a field experience last semester at Lima City Schools. Next fall, she plans to study in Chicago with the Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture.
Chicago internship