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Bluffton University students take part in various cross-cultural experiences domestically and across the world every year.
Bluffton University is offering a new degree-completion program starting in the fall of 2017.
An incoming student at Bluffton University has been awarded the university’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship, valued at more than $110,000 for four years.
Claire Clay ’18, a public relations major from Van Wert, Ohio, was named the winner of Bluffton University’s annual C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest
The students inside the beaver mascot suits are involved in multiple student clubs and athletic teams on campus. The students’ identities were revealed.
Luz Varela is overworked, stressed and tired. But she’s also angry, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Varela, a 2015 graduate of Bluffton University, is working as a legal assistant at the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services.
To begin a presentation on Christian faith and peace practice amidst the violence of Central America, Willi Hugo Perez quoted, “Peace is one of the most precious and sought-after goods; but at the same time, it is one of the most fragile and threatened.”
Julie Burstein gave insight into this year’s Civic Engagement theme Creativity, the Arts, and Civic Life. Burstein is the author of “Spark: How Creativity Works” which was the summer reading for first-year students.