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University students participate in "Ordinary People Making A Difference" conference

Several Bluffton University students heard stories of nonviolence from an unlikely felon and explored peacemaking methods to build a bridge between faiths at this year’s Intercollegiate Peace Fellowship Conference.

Held at Hesston (Kan.) College from Feb. 13-15, the conference focused on “Overcoming Evil: Ordinary People Making a Difference.” It featured seminars discussing ways to overcome evil with good by following Jesus’ example of peace, as well as a keynote lecture by the Rev. John Dear, a peace advocate and Nobel Prize nominee.

Bluffton Baseball ready to kick off 2015 in Florida

February 24, 2015
By: Ryan Schadewald, sports information assistant

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University Women's Council & Bluffton Hospital sponsor conference aimed at inspiring women

Women can find potential sources of inspiration Saturday, April 18, at the annual “Women Enriching Women” conference sponsored by the Bluffton University Women’s Council and Bluffton Hospital.

Coach Neals picks up career win 300 at Transy

February 21, 2015
By: Ryan Schadewald, sports information assistant


Transy women wrap up perfect 18-0 HCAC mark

February 21, 2015
By: Ryan Schadewald, sports information assistant


LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Transylvania Pioneers made a statement to the rest of the HCAC as they hit seven first half triples en route to their 96-49 victory over the Bluffton women’s basketball team on Saturday, Feb. 21. The 15th-ranked Pioneers finished the regular season unbeaten in the HCAC at 18-0 and 24-1 overall. Bluffton will go into tournament play at 18-7 with a 12-6 mark in the conference.

Sociologist to address food advocacy, social networks

Dr. Matthew Friesen, Bluffton University’s new assistant professor of sociology, will discuss his recently completed doctoral dissertation and a related research method in a Bluffton colloquium on Friday, Feb. 27.

His presentation on "Movements, Majors and Networks, Oh My!  A Snapshot of Social Network Analysis Software and Research Applications" will begin at 4 p.m. in Stutzman Lecture Hall in Centennial Hall. It is free and open to the public.

Bluffton women win school record 17th game

By: Ryan Schadewald, sports information assistant


RICHMOND, Ind. - The Bluffton women’s basketball team used a 21-2 start to the game to easily defeat Earlham College, 81-59, on the road on Wednesday, Feb. 18. The Beavers moved into a tie for second in the HCAC standings, improving to 12-5 in the conference and 17-7 overall, while the Quakers slipped to 7-17, 5-12 in the conference. Bluffton’s 17th victory is a new school record for wins in a season!

Recker scores career point 1000 in rout of Earlham

February 18, 2015
By: Griffin Kuras, sports information assistant


Sheerer named HCAC Player of Week

February 16, 2015

BLUFFTON, Ohio - Bluffton University freshman Macey Sheerer (Bucyrus) has been named the Heartland Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week for her work on the hardwood in wins over MSJ and Rose-Hulman last week. It marks the second time this season that the Beavers have had a women's basketball player honored, following junior Taylor Whitaker (Mansfield/Ontario) who claimed the honor for her work over Christmas break.