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Beavers snap Franklin's 9-game winning streak

April 8, 2018
By: Colton Steiner, sports information assistant

Game 1 Stats  I  Game 2 Stats

Alumnus shares ethical reasoning strategy to revive democracy

Former Bluffton University academic dean

As chair of the Madison Collaborative at James Madison University, Dr. William Hawk, a 1972 Bluffton graduate and native of Lima, Ohio, is heading up a major effort to revive democracy on the Harrisonburg, Va., campus and beyond. The project, with the goal of putting ethical reasoning into action, is structured around Eight Key Questions (8KQ) developed at JMU for evaluating the ethical dimensions of a situation before making a decision.

Softball collects first HCAC win at Defiance

April 5, 2018
By: Colton Steiner, sports information assistant

Game 1 Stats  I  Game 2 Stats

DEFIANCE, Ohio - The Bluffton University softball squad hit the road up north to face off against rival Defiance College in their second set of conference games this season. After a thrilling 4-3 extra-inning win in the first game, a 6-2 loss in game two put the Beavers at 6-15 overall and 1-3 in HCAC play.

Baseball takes opener at Defiance

April 5, 2018
By: Colton Steiner, sports information assistant

Game 1 Stats  I  Game 2 Stats

Cabaret for a Cause provides funds to Crossroads Crisis Center

 Bluffton University recently held its ninth annual Cabaret for a Cause. The semi-formal event for undergraduates features student performances of songs from a wide genre of musical styles.
 
Each year a different organization is selected to receive the proceeds from ticket sales. This year, a donation of $1,200 was given to Crossroads Crisis Center in Lima.
 

Giving back over spring break

Bluffton University's SERVE organization

By Cara Echols, student news writer
While many students spend their spring break relaxing with family and friends, students taking part in Bluffton University’s SERVE organization spent the week in the Columbus and Cincinnati regions, working with impoverished families, women’s shelters and area churches.
 

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