FHU Welcomes the Secret Sisters
"The Secret Sisters' incredible story is as simple and true as the effortless harmonies that got them here."
That’s how the description on the Secret Sisters website begins, and it’s absolutely true. Lucky for us, these sisters will be performing at this year’s FHU Benefit Dinner.
As if their true musical talent, rooted in deep family and church tradition, wasn’t enough to make listeners swoon, their sweet Southern charm and likability as real, down-to-earth young women is sure to earn your adoration.
Read a Q&A of the Secret Sisters and learn more about this talented duo.
This past spring, the faculty, staff, trustees, administrators and students of FHU convened to develop a strategic plan for the university. The charge was to build on the heritage of Freed-Hardeman University and chart the course for the future.
Tom and Jade Anderson were the Masters of the Bell for FHU’s Tolling of the Bell followed by a ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Anderson Science Center.
An initial restoration assessment for Old Main has been completed and fundraising is currently underway to pay for the project, according to David Newberry.
Jones has received a Buick Achievers Scholarship, supported by the GM Foundation, and was invited to attend Education Nation in NYC.
Despite a tough economy, Goodman, a recent graduate of FHU, has opened a clothing boutique in her hometown of Selmer, Tenn.
Athletics are an important part of FHU life. To learn more about the different areas of FHU athletics, read the stories by clicking the links below, or visit athletics.fhu.edu.
- Men's Basketball
- Women's Basketball
- Cross Country
Approximately 200 guests attended a Bible research symposium hosted by FHU's Graduate Studies in Bible Program Bible Friday, Oct. 12, in Ayers Auditorium.
A facsimile of Codex Vaticanus has arrived on FHU’s campus. It is number 269 of 450 facsimiles of the fourth century manuscript that have been or will be issued.
Collaboration between FHU’s IT Web Services and computer science students has resulted in another advancement in mobile technology for campus.
FHU has been named a Founding School of the Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program, joining more than 90 schools across the United States.
Thompson’s husband worked hard to give students the chance he and his wife never had, to be a student at FHU. Lenora Thompson is now continuing that tradition.
Biology students are collaborating with Jonathan Lowery, a 2004 FHU alumnus now a post-doctoral research assistant at Harvard.
Dr. Eugene P. Hibbett lost his two-month battle with West Nile virus Oct. 6. The long-time chemistry teacher at Freed-Hardeman had turned 80 years old in July. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Jackie, a daughter Lynne Moore and her husband Kevin, a son Lee and his wife Sarah, and four granddaughters.
In addition to his immediate and extended families, a host of former students mourn his passing.