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  • Cross country, volume II - Hesston College
    be a good fit within the culture of Hesston College Roth said We have a good history of cross country here and with Gerry Sieber returning to coach the group we expect the transition to be a smooth one Freshman Krista Rittenhouse of Mount Pleasant Pa runs at the Friends University Wichita Kan at Lake Afton More than 30 years have passed since Sieber and two of his runners boarded a Hesston College plane en route to Champaign Ill to compete in the NJCAA national meet Loretta Stauffer 80 Esh a nursing alumna was on that plane and remembers her Hesston days fondly Thinking back to competing at Hesston brings back good memories of my college experience Esh said A great friendship was built with Joyce Brubaker 79 Herr my running partner We spent many enjoyable and at times exhausting hours running the flat graveled roads on the outskirts of Hesston Esh who now works as a nurse in Lancaster County Pa experienced a balance between relationships academics and athletics that became an intricate part of her time at Hesston Like many other student athletes these areas seemed to intertwine forming a nurturing and well rounded period in her life Preparing for competition took discipline energy and time much the same as preparing for tests and completing requirements toward a career did Esh continued I would highly recommend running at Hesston College to anyone Examining their experience on campus and with athletics both Esh and Graber find common themes One similarity between academics and cross country is that the results you see are tied to the effort and preparation you put forth Graber said The season is off to a good start and our team has a lot of potential My teammates are great and that makes the experience enjoyable

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/article/cross-country-volume-ii/ (2016-02-13)
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  • College seeks comments for accreditation visit - Hesston College
    College seeks comments for accreditation visit Posted on November 6 2010 by Larry Bartel A team from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools will visit campus March 21 to 23 2011 for a comprehensive evaluation The college invites the public to provide written comments to the commission which will be forwarded to the evaluation team for its review of the college Submit comments to Public Comment on Hesston College The Higher Learning Commission 230 South LaSalle Street Suite 7 500 Chicago IL 60604 Comments must address substantive matters related to the quality of the institution or its academic programs Comments must be in writing and signed comments cannot be treated as confidential All comments must be received by Feb 21 2011 Hesston College Today Articles in this Issue Natural science students learn best in a small college President s perspective Opportunities for the world Alumni Profile Glenn R Smucker Ac64 66 Alumni Profile Janelle Yutzie 97 Blubaugh Photos from Homecoming 2010 College plans dorm renovation Hesston College ranked number two Partners ponder Why I am a Hesston College Partner Local supporters establish new scholarship fund Cross country volume II College seeks comments for

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/article/college-seeks-comments-for-accreditation-visit/ (2016-02-13)
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  • News briefs - Hesston College
    Miller Kauffman Court resident director Russ Neufeld 97 network manager Cindy Reimer food service Rachel Schlegel 05 public information officer Title III administrative assistant Andrew Sharp 99 Phon a thon coordinator and sports information director Teresa Siemens food service Roxanne Stauffer 08 admissions counselor Angela Teeter 94 Kropf Center academic assistant Randy Toews environmental services Rachel Yoder 08 admissions counselor Official numbers show an increased enrollment with a student count of 448 as compared to 439 a year ago 256 students are new to Hesston College Hesston students represent 31 states and 11 countries Hesston College closed the 2009 10 fiscal year in the black for the fifth consecutive year Enrollment numbers budget management and meeting the annual fund goal contributed to the success We are grateful to our board for its leadership our faculty and staff for their dedication and quality work and to congregations alumni friends and Partners who invest in the education of Hesston College students said President Howard Keim Faculty members were recognized at inservice in August for their classes that ranked the highest based on summary and teaching methods in the Spring 2010 IDEA survey The faculty receiving recognition were John Sharp 73 Patty Meier Karen LeVan Kevin Wilder Kendra Burkey 00 Jean Rodgers Sondra Leatherman 80 Joyce Huber Rita Peters and David LeVan Nursing students work in the new simulation lab Summer 2010 was a time for renovations and updates on campus In addition to the bathroom renovations in Erb central and west the lounge area in Kauffman Court had a small apartment converted into a larger one for a second resident director The tennis courts were resurfaced Charles Hall classroom 1 became a second nursing simulation lab The dining hall in Bontrager Student Center received new tile and carpet and a shop area

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/article/news-briefs-2/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Father, daughter team up to write reconciliation book - Hesston College
    Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Today Posts Father daughter team up to write reconciliation book Father daughter team up to write reconciliation book Posted on November 4 2010 by Larry Bartel When Blood and Bones Cry Out by John Paul Lederach and Angie Lederach International peacebuilder John Paul Lederach 75 and his daughter Angie Lederach 04 collaborated to write a book on social healing and reconciliation When Blood and Bones Cry Out Journeys Through the Soundscape of Healing and Reconciliation released March 2010 The Lederachs explore healing as ongoing in the midst of continuing violence in communities They present stories from centers of violence around the world and illustrate how sound including vibration and lyrics acts as a healing agent John Paul is professor of international peacebuilding at Notre Dame s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in Notre Dame Ind and has been involved as a mediator for conflicts in many locations including Northern Ireland Somalia Nicaragua Colombia and Nepal He is also the founder of Eastern Mennonite University s Harrisonburg Va Conflict Transformation Program and its associated Center for Justice and Peacebuilding Angie is a Notre Dame peace studies graduate She works with immigration policy at the Center for Public Policy Studies in Boulder Colo Hesston College Today Articles in this Issue Natural science students learn best in a small college President s perspective Opportunities for the world Alumni Profile Glenn R Smucker Ac64 66 Alumni Profile Janelle Yutzie 97 Blubaugh Photos from Homecoming 2010 College plans dorm renovation Hesston College ranked number two Partners ponder Why I am a Hesston College Partner Local supporters establish new scholarship fund Cross country volume II College seeks comments for accreditation visit News briefs Father daughter team up to write reconciliation book Graduates reunite after 38 years

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/article/father-daughter-team-up-to-write-reconciliation-book/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Graduates reunite after 38 years - Hesston College
    Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Today Posts Graduates reunite after 38 years Graduates reunite after 38 years Posted on November 3 2010 by Larry Bartel In May 2010 Tim Detweiler Dan Diener Alvaro Fernandez Nick King and Steve Ramer all 1972 graduates met at Crooked Creek Christian Camp in Washington Iowa for a weekend of reminiscing personal sharing worship and celebration In June of 1972 about 10 days after their graduation from Hesston the five left in a 1967 Ford van for Mennonite World Conference in Curitiba Brazil The trip lasted seven months and covered 30 000 miles and 16 countries as the men visited Mennonites across Latin America deepened their individual beliefs and faith and learned first hand about interpersonal relationships and conflict management Their reunion in May was the first time they had all been together in 38 years They credit the trip and lifelong friendship to Hesston College for providing a safe place to explore their faith development Hesston College Today Articles in this Issue Natural science students learn best in a small college President s perspective Opportunities for the world Alumni Profile Glenn R Smucker Ac64 66 Alumni Profile Janelle Yutzie 97 Blubaugh Photos from Homecoming 2010 College plans dorm renovation Hesston College ranked number two Partners ponder Why I am a Hesston College Partner Local supporters establish new scholarship fund Cross country volume II College seeks comments for accreditation visit News briefs Father daughter team up to write reconciliation book Graduates reunite after 38 years Math Science Division announces new scholarship Habegger family starts Math Science Scholarship Past Issues Summer 2009 A Centennial Celebration Fall 2009 Centennial Homecoming

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/article/graduates-reunite-after-38-years/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Math-Science Division announces new scholarship - Hesston College
    Today Posts Math Science Division announces new scholarship Math Science Division announces new scholarship Posted on November 2 2010 by Larry Bartel The Math Science Division at Hesston College has a history of providing students a strong academic background preparing them for continued study and completion of professional degrees Thirteen of our distinguished alumni made presentations at this fall s homecoming event sharing about the work they have been called to do and how Hesston College assisted their journey Homecoming Weekend 2010 also provided an opportunity to announce the new Math Science Scholarship Endowment Fund The faculty in the division had been talking about establishing a scholarship for quite some time and recently received the seed money from Lorna Harder s family Their gracious gift will help recognize prospective and returning students who have a passion and dedication for a major in science or math Many past and current faculty members who have taught classes in the areas of biology chemistry physics and mathematics have contributed to student success This scholarship fund also honors the contributions these faculty members have made to the students learning and experiences We are very excited about establishing this scholarship fund and are hopeful that this will provide many future students the opportunities to pursue their interests in fields of science and math Nelson Kilmer Hesston College Today Articles in this Issue Natural science students learn best in a small college President s perspective Opportunities for the world Alumni Profile Glenn R Smucker Ac64 66 Alumni Profile Janelle Yutzie 97 Blubaugh Photos from Homecoming 2010 College plans dorm renovation Hesston College ranked number two Partners ponder Why I am a Hesston College Partner Local supporters establish new scholarship fund Cross country volume II College seeks comments for accreditation visit News briefs Father daughter team up

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/article/math-science-division-announces-new-scholarship/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Habegger family starts Math-Science Scholarship - Hesston College
    lives They chose to live modestly spending little saving and investing but always giving too Over the years local community agencies as well as the Mennonite church and its institutions were beneficiaries of their generosity During his later years Dad commented that he and Mom were thankful for continued opportunities to give to invest in a future that extended beyond them Both had long ago learned that the return gifts of joy and purposefulness were the best part of giving In their will our parents chose Charity as another child requesting that this child receive an equal share of their estate When queried on specific causes Dad had simply said I trust you to decide Thus my brothers and I found ourselves sitting in the warm sunshine on an early November day deciding for our sister Charity Knowing how our parents valued higher education gifts to Mennonite colleges were an assumption Somewhere in the conversation I described the dream for a Math Science scholarship at Hesston College Since neither of my brothers is personally familiar with Hesston College I was unsure of their response Without missing a beat and almost simultaneously they said yes Both agreed that providing seed money for a Math Science scholarship fund would be the best way possible to honor our parents ongoing commitment to scholarship funding Now nearly a year after that November conversation the Math Science Scholarship Endowment Fund is a reality Thank you Mom and Dad and thank you Arman and Richard for helping make it happen Lorna Habegger Harder for Arman J Habegger and Richard W Habegger Hesston College Today Articles in this Issue Natural science students learn best in a small college President s perspective Opportunities for the world Alumni Profile Glenn R Smucker Ac64 66 Alumni Profile Janelle Yutzie 97

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/article/habegger-family-starts-math-science-scholarship/ (2016-02-13)
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  • hctodaywintercover2 - Hesston College
    Request Partner Program Update Your Info Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/spring-2011-erb-hall-renovation/hctodaywintercover2-2/ (2016-02-13)
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