FHU Welcomes the Duck Commander
“With God’s help, we are going to change Hollywood,” Phil Robertson, the Duck Commander of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” told a record crowd May 4 at the annual Sports Advisory Council benefit. The bearded patriarch of the Robertson clan was responding to comments folks have made about the effect fame and fortune will have on his family. “We are not going to change,” he said.
Newer additions to the Bible faculty at Freed-Hardeman University, these men are passionate about doing "the most important work in the world."
Many FHU students spend their vacation time "going into all the world." Whether it's a domestic or international effort, short-term campaigners spread the good news while serving their fellow man.
Alumnus Dallas Shaw leaves the corporate world to try his hand as a business entrepreneur. Now he is the owner and operator of a successful food truck in Music City.
Dr. Jim Gardner, associate professor of philosophy, reflects on the Boston Marathon bombing from his perspective as a runner and as a Christian.
Constructed in 1963, Bader Gymnasium met its demise in May when the building that housed the Department of Health and Human Performance came down to make way for an improved campus appearance. The university’s master plan, devised by M2D/element design of Lexington, Ky., calls for additional green space and a pedestrian-friendly campus.
Freed-Hardeman University Library Director Hope Shull died March 10, 2013, following an extended battle with ovarian cancer. Her life was celebrated with a service March 16 at the Henderson Church of Christ. The program had been planned and the participants chosen by Hope herself.
Jim Edmonds, assistant vice president for institutional effectiveness, lost his battle with pancreatic cancer April 24, 2013, at his home in Henderson. He had joined the FHU staff in 1981 as the director of alumni relations. In 1983, he began a 29-year career teaching in the business department. In 2010 he was named a Distinguished Professor.