Entries by Vanguard University

Gallery Reception to Display Photography Student Projects Highlighting Stories of Community Members

Don’t just read the story, see the story! Vanguard University’s photojournalism students have captured the heart of the message “your story matters” by using photography. Join Vanguard University’s photojournalism class for a gallery reception on Wednesday, April 24 that will feature student photography in their “Your Story Matters: A Photography Student’s Perspective” projects. The reception […]

The 2013 Spring Classical Concert Provided an Afternoon of Rich Classical Music for the Community

The hand-and-hand work of Vanguard University and St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church created a masterpiece on Sunday, April 21 at the 2013 Spring Classical Concert. The 2013 Spring Classical Concert was the final event in Vanguard University’s weeklong Celebration of the Arts (COTA). A continued favorite among the community, the concert intertwines the musical talents of […]

Witness the Color Barrier Destroyed in Baseball through a Vanguard University Professor’s Biographical Work and the New Movie “42”

According to Vanguard University’s Professor of History, John R. M. Wilson, Ph.D., the new movie “42” accurately reflects the life of baseball player Jackie Robinson. As the author of a new biography about Robinson, which is found in the Library of American Biography series, Dr. Wilson can attest to the historical accuracy of the new […]

Vanguard University Adopts Military Tradition to Honor Graduating Student Veterans

In celebration of the class of 2013 Vanguard Veteran Graduates, Vanguard University will hold a Veteran’s Challenge Coin Ceremony on April 25. Adopting a military tradition, Vanguard University will present each graduating student veteran with a unique challenge coin at the Thursday evening event. The event will take place in the Veterans Courtyard of Honor […]

The Lewis Wilson Institute’s Spring Seminar Dives into Vanguard University’s Rich Heritage

Teachers often ask: What’s the context? On Friday, April 12, Dr. Greg Austring, the Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies, Religion and Ethics at Vanguard University, put the Vanguard community in context as he described the University’s spiritual heritage at the Lewis Wilson Institute (LWI) Spring Seminar. Pulling from his recently completed Ph.D. dissertation, Dr. Austring’s […]