Logsdon has had a busy last few days holding the 4th annual Logsdon Forum on Friday, welcoming alumni for homecoming, and holding a baptism class for ministry students on Monday.
Every year, Hardin-Simmons recognizes alumni and former students with the Alumni Awards. Those who meet the criteria will receive recognition for their achievements in the community, the career or the dedication they have to HSU. The winners were honored at a banquet Thursday, Oct. 11th in the Johnson Building. Each award is chosen by a committee of fellow alumni.
HSU is living out the love of Christ through the Christlieb Program, providing full tuition to independent, self-sustaining students who have no parental support.
Hardin-Simmons University will host the fifty-sixth annual All-School SING competition this week, during the 2018 homecoming festivities. Shows are Friday, October 12 at 6:00 pm and Saturday, October 13 at 8:00 pm in Behrens Auditorium. Tickets are $15 for non-students and $5 for students for both shows. Students and Alumni, alike, can expect a night full of HSU tradition.
The American Physical Therapy Association has designated the month of October as "National Physical Therapy Month," and this morning, in honor of Hardin-Simmons' growing Physical Therapy program, the City of Abilene followed suit. Mayor Anthony Williams officially proclaimed October as "National Physical Therapy Month" in Abilene.
Abilene and Houston celebrate Physician Assistant week for the first time this year thanks to an HSU PA student. Ryan Comeaux '19 and HSU PA program drafted a proclamation requesting that Physician Assistants week be celebrated Oct. 6-12. The ceremonial document and was approved by Abilene Mayor Anthony Williams and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner.
The theatre program at Hardin-Simmons University proudly presents "Anything Goes," a musical love story set on board an ocean liner in 1934. Directed by Teri Wilkerson and Dr. Melody Rich, this show will open the 2018-2019 theatre season. Showtimes for "Anything Goes" are October 3-6 at 7:30 p.m. and October 7 at 2:00 p.m. in Van Ellis Theatre. Ticket costs are $15 for general admission, $10 for military, seniors, or outside students, $3 for Alumni, and $5 for Hardin-Simmons University faculty, staff, and students.
Hardin-Simmons will host Diversity Week starting from Oct. 8 to 12. This event is to connect HSU students with the community and have fun while learning about the different cultures on campus.
The Ira M. Taylor Memorial Gallery is honored to host an exhibition of works by renowned artist Carol H. Fairlie. Fairlie has been showing her pieces since 1974 when she hosted her first one-person show.