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Best Basketball Season in School History

First Team All-Americans Haley Newby, Kyle Teichmann and Grace Alonso de Armiño were honored March 26 by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. This year marked the first time FHU placed two Lady Lions on the first team and the first time a Lion was named to the first team.

Center-ing on Dickson

Freed-Hardeman University was generously gifted with the state-of-the-art Renaissance Center in Dickson, Tenn., and plans to offer graduate and undergraduate classes there this fall.

Working the Plan

Developed by Element Designs, the master plan promises to change the face of the campus. With trustees appropriating $3.4 million towards its completion, work has begun.

Hope’s House

Thanks to a major gift from John and Rosemary Brown, the library Hope Barber Shull dreamed of will become reality. Construction on the facility is slated to begin this summer.

In His Footsteps

More than 30 pilgrims began the new year by walking where Jesus walked. Hosted by Freed-Hardeman, the 11 day tour took the travelers to biblical and historical sites in Jordan and Israel. Another is planned for January 2015.

Alumni: CrossFit Family

From backyard workouts to a Nashville fitness center, alumni brothers work together to promote physical fitness and their business. They also find camaraderie and spiritual strength in their FHU family.

More Stories

  1. SACS Approves First FHU Doctoral Program
  2. Homecoming 2013 Celebration
  3. Bible Lectureship Focuses on "Patience of Hope"
  4. The Last Word
  5. College of Business Hosts Open House
  6. Thomson Gives Gallery Talk
  7. Christian Store Gets New Look
  8. 49th Annual Benefit Dinner Features The Danberrys
  9. FHU Holds Line on College Costs
  10. FHU Associates Celebrate 50 years
  11. Old Main Bridges Past and Present

More Athletics Stories

  1. Lady Lion Soccer Battles Inexperience
  2. Lion Soccer Features Close Finishes
  3. Volleyball Posts Winning Season
  4. S.A.C. Announces 2014 Benefit Dinner Speakers
  5. Kyle Teichmann: Standing Tall