Hardin-Simmons’ women’s soccer team secured head coach Marcus Wood’s 350th career win in their match against Grove City College on Sept. 20. The fall 2019 season marks Wood’s 20th year coaching the Cowgirls.
On Sept. 21, the Hardin-Simmons Leadership Program’s Model United Nations team attended the Dallas-Fort Worth Model United Nations conference at UT Dallas. Two HSU students returned to campus having received individual honors, and the entire team represented Hardin-Simmons with excellent problem-solving and leadership skills.
Founded by ministers, ranchers, and merchants, HSU has always had a heart for justice and love. On Thursday, Hardin-Simmons and Logsdon Seminary hosted the Texas Baptists Christian Life Commission’s annual Micah 6:8 Conference, empowering ministers to “do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.”
The Hardin-Simmons Career Services department has planned several events throughout the year, giving students more job opportunities than before. These events will teach students the necessary tools to thrive after graduation in a professional environment.
It is once again time for reunions and family fun on the Hardin-Simmons University campus. Homecoming is one month away, making now the perfect time to register for all the exciting events campus has to offer. From Oct. 17 to 20, HSU will be home to countless exciting and memorable activities for the whole family.
This past Saturday, the World-Famous Cowboy Band hosted a group of over 60 high schoolers from around the Big Country for HSU’s second annual High School Band Day.
Each fall, the Baptist Student Ministries holds the Cornerstone Lecture Series, to emphasize the Christian ideals upon which the school was founded. This year’s speaker is Eric Hernandez, apologetics lead & millennial specialist for Texas Baptists.
Hardin-Simmons alumnus Dr. Todd Baumann has been honored as the 2019 Dentist of the Year award from the Dallas County Dental Society. Baumann has earned this award for his many years of service to the DCDS, dedication in his field, and the strong admiration from his peers.
The College of Fine Arts is marching into the semester with big plans. Beginning Saturday with the second annual High School Band Day, School of Music students look forward to a jam-packed semester of entertainment.
On Sept. 12, Hardin-Simmons University hosted a dedication for the newly constructed Tommy Hale Short Game Facility. Named after HSU golf legend Tommy Hale, the facility includes a putting green, chipping green, fairway, and two sand bunkers.