Bluffton University news
Rehearsals for Bluffton University’s 123rd performance of Handel’s “Messiah” will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 16-Dec. 4 in the Gilliom Room of Mosiman Hall on campus.
Who knew fresh fruits and vegetables could be so exciting? Joshua Becasen, a dietetic intern at Bluffton University, did. After teaching a short lesson on the differences between fruits and vegetables, Becasen started a chant at Freedom Elementary.
Bluffton will host a book signing event for Dr. Samuel H. Hancock from 3-4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12, in Musselman Library's Reading Room.
Bluffton will host a concert featuring its Concert Band at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14. A free-will offering will be taken for music scholarships.
Jane Wood Ph.D., will be inaugurated as Bluffton University’s 10th president at 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28 in Yoder Recital Hall.
The Bluffton football team will collect new Legos during their Sept. 29 home game. The collection will honor the legacy of the 7-year-old son of Pat '05 and Gina (Berelsman '06) Craun.
Shé Langley, owner and chief creative technologist for Sushe Design, will present “Using Social Media to Tear Down Barriers and Build Up Relationships."
Shé Langley, owner and chief creative technologist for Sushe Design, will present "Using Social Media to Tear Down Barriers and Build Up Relationships" during Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 2.
Bluffton University students who participated in short-term cross-cultural experiences last spring will speak during campus Forums on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
Senior Becky Boban will report on her summer Discovery Grant experiences during an 11 a.m. Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 2.
Exceptional Bluffton University alumni will be honored this year during two events on Homecoming, Oct. 13.
Becky Boban '19, an art and writing major, was the recipient of a Summer Discovery Grant, which allowed her to attend a writing workshop and devote her summer break to the written word.
Bluffton University will celebrate Homecoming Weekend Oct. 13 and 14. A full slate of activities are planned on campus surrounding the big game against Manchester University.
Bluffton University has once again been named to the top tier of Midwest "regional colleges" by the "U.S. News & World Report" rankings released today.
Dr. Jonathan Andreas and Dr. Perry Bush will debate for and against the repeal of the 14th amendment during Bluffton's annual Constitution Day Forum. The forum is on Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Dr. Jackie Wyse-Rhodes will present the Colloquium, "Reading the Cosmos in Second Temple Jewish Literature: Nature as Model, Sign, Punishment, Witness and Mystery," at 4 p.m. on Sept. 21 in Centennial Hall's Stutzman Lecture Hall.
A new president, two faculty members and 26 staff members or graduate assistants joined the Bluffton community this academic year.
Dr. Cynthia Bandish, English and language department chair, will present the Colloquium, "Coin Tricks: Economic Forces in Neil Gaiman's Novels."
Bluffton University is one of 147 educator preparation programs approved under the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) standards.
Bluffton is moving its Welcome Center. The Houshower House, a beautiful cottage with a rich campus history, now serves as the first point of contact for campus visitors.
Author and counselor Jonas Beiler urged first-year students at Bluffton University to talk, listen to others, and share a meal.
Grace Albrecht Gallery will host "Reconstruction" by John Sousa. The series features computer-compiled photographic images printed with UV-cured inks over a textured surface of paint and collage fragments.
Jonas Beiler will be the featured speaker as Bluffton University welcomes the class of 2022 during its annual Opening Convocation.
Students applying to Bluffton University now have the ability to do so through The Common Application, an online college application platform that makes it easier for students in the United States and around the world to apply.
The Bluffton University Board of Trustees recently recognized three outgoing board members while welcoming three new members.
The Board of Trustees recognized three outgoing board members, welcomed two new members and approved a newly endowed scholarship during the trustees' spring meeting in June.
A $25,000 grant will help Bluffton University implement a new, high-impact learning experience for sophomore students.
Bluffton University is seeking comments from the public about Bluffton in preparation for an accreditation visit by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Archivist Carrie Phillips stores seven copies of the 1748 edition of the Ephrata “Martyrs Mirror” in boxes specially designed to keep them preserved.
Dr. George Lehman, Howard Raid professor of business, will discuss “Cuba, Paraguay, China, Berne, Etc.: A Brief Tour through the Raid Chair lectures."
Bluffton University recently held its ninth annual Cabaret for a Cause. The semi-formal event for undergraduates features student performances of songs from a wide genre of musical styles.
Bluffton University’s Camerata Singers, University Chorale, Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble will perform a selection of lighter tunes during the Spring Fling concert.
To a standing-room-only-crowd in Yoder Recital Hall, Rev. Daniel Hughes made a statement that nearly everyone has felt at some point in their life. “We can be extremely lonely in a place that is packed full of people.”
On the day following Valentine’s Day, spend an elegant evening in the company of loved ones and friends during “Love is in the Air.”
Dr. Jonathan Andreas, associate professor of economics at Bluffton University, will present the Colloquium, "Replacing GDP with Median Expected Lifetime Income."