Top 10 Highlights of 2019

Across the board, 2019 was a year of firsts, new experiences, achievements in and out of the classroom, awesome guest speakers and vision for the future. Here’s a glance at our Top 10 highlights for 2019 (in chronological order).


 Café-bakery gets a name (April 2019)

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 Video game production major launching this fall (May 2019)

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 Concert Choir travels to Europe (May 2019)

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 Baseball soars into World Series (May 2019)

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 AJY celebrates 60th anniversary (July 2019)

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 Nursing program begins enrolling students (August 2019)

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 Heidelberg highly ranked (September 2019)

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 Former first lady, daughter take PALS over the top (October 2019)

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 50 years of the National Center for Water Quality Research (October 2019)

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 'Berg dedicates new Exercise Science lab (October 2019)

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