From November 12-20, 2018, the Ira M. Taylor Gallery at Hardin-Simmons University will have a display of works done by the members of the Kappa Pi International Art Honor Society.
Campus was abuzz with prospective students this weekend as HSU hosted Physical Therapy Preview Day, Honors Program Preview, and Fall Preview.
The Hardin-Simmons theatre department is excited to perform Love/Sick, a series of short plays that uses humor to depict love and agony in modern-day relationships. The shows will run November 7 – 10 at 7:30 p.m., and November 11 at 2:00 p.m.
Rev. Dr. Jaime Clark-Soles spoke at the Knight Lectures on Nov. 6 about the topic “Dying to Live.” The lectures, held each fall, bring noted biblical scholars to campus.
HSU’s beloved former professor, Dr. George W. Knight, 81, went to meet his Lord on Saturday, Nov. 3. A celebration of his life will be held Wednesday, Nov. 7, 11:00 a.m. at First Baptist Church, Abilene.
Hardin-Simmons' women's soccer team won its 16th straight American Southwest Conference Championship with a 1-0 win over Mary Hardin-Baylor on Sunday afternoon at the HSU Soccer Complex.
Days after the tragic act against the Jewish community in Pittsburg, Logsdon Seminary gathered for worship with Feliza and Rabbi Or Zohar from the Galilee region of Israel. The couple performed some of their widely recognized contemporary Israeli music and spoke about incarnating the grace of reconciliation in a troubled region. Members of Logsdon, HSU and the broader Abilene community attended the event.
Hardin-Simmons hosted the first annual HSU Symposium in conjunction with Community Coffee Hour on Thursday, November 1st. The symposium took place in Moody 108 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and included research presentations and a live reenactment of James B. and Mary Simmons.