Last Thursday, HSU hosted a fundraiser for Kicks for Kids, a non-profit program that provides the tuition necessary for children to train at Team Chip Tae Kwon Do.
On Monday and Tuesday, Hardin-Simmons welcomed the class of 1969 back to campus for their Golden Reunion. The two-day event provided HSU alumni with the opportunity to rekindle old friendships through community meals, a campus tour, and a private concert by the World Famous Cowboy Band.
With the help of the Global Samaritan Resources foundation, HSU will donate medical and athletic equipment to different areas of the country.
Before the conclusion of the spring music season, HSU students prepared for a significant event on their calendars: a performance of Mozart's "Requiem". This concert, based on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's work, took place at the First Baptist Church of Abilene.
A memorial service to celebrate the life of Dr. Virginia Connally took place on Saturday, March 13 at 10 a.m. in the main sanctuary at First Baptist Church of Abilene.
“The Amish Project”, a play by Jessica Dickey, is a “fictional exploration of the Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting in an Amish community, and the path of forgiveness and compassion forged in its wake.” The play will be directed by Dr. Victoria Spangler, Associate Professor of Theatre.
On Tuesday, April 9, HSU’s Physician Assistant (PA) program participated in a fundraiser for their mission trip later this year. PA students sold cookies in front of Moody Center, hoping to generate more funds for their big trip to the Dominican Republic this May.
Hardin-Simmons understands that this is a difficult time of year that can involve anxiety and stress for students as they study. To help students deal with these disturbances, learn how to manage them, and reduce them, Nikki Rhodes, director of counseling services, and Steven Eller, university counselor, provide some helpful information for students who may struggle with stress and anxiety.
With the summer months fast approaching, our coaching staff is hard at work preparing for HSU's annual athletics camps. Camps are available for students ranging from kindergarten to 12th grade and all skill levels are welcome.