Sherilyn Emberton, the next university president, shared about her personality and life.
Eric Fomley started his own not-for-profit, The Living Stone Foundation. The organization supports other Huntington County charities.
The goal of Huntington County Literacy Coalition is to promote basic academic skills through their free tutoring program. Through this program, they hope to change lives and break the poverty cycle.
As the end of the semester nears, students start making summer plans. They will be busy doing everything from research, to camp, to graduate school.
Huntington University has a whole lineup of new professors for the 2013-2014 school year. Get to know Dr. Collin Hobbs, future science department professor.
Sophomore Lauren Hoops falls asleep everywhere, even if she is standing. Although she has not been officially diagnosed, her family believes she has narcolepsy.
Victor McCarty shares senior Chris Hudson’s story. Hudson loves the great outdoors and has taken many trips to pursue this passion.
McKenzie’s Hope is a child advocacy center that assists in abuse cases. It provides a less intimidating, child-friendly environment.
Senior Leah Smith’s heart is failing, but she has not given up hope. This is her story.
Habitat for Humanity celebrates its 25th year in Huntington, where they have completed 25 homes. They plan to complete 25 more projects in next 3 years.