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  • FHU Crowns Homecoming King and Queen

    Nov 23, 2022

    Freed-Hardeman University crowned its 2022 Homecoming King and Queen Saturday, Nov. 12, following the men’s basketball game. John Sadler, a biology major from Katy, Texas, was crowned king and Kayley Wadlington, an elementary education major from Cadiz, Kentucky, was crowned queen.

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  • Nineteen FHU Students Inducted to Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society

    Nov 22, 2022

    Nineteen Freed-Hardeman University students were inducted into the Iota Chapter of Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society Monday, November 14, 2022, in Old Main on FHU’s campus.

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  • FHU Celebrates Re-Opening of Paul Gray Hall

    Nov 14, 2022

    Freed-Hardeman University celebrated the latest renovation of Paul Gray Hall during Homecoming, Friday, Nov. 11. Constructed in 1929, the men’s residence has undergone an extensive renovation funded by FHU NEXT, an ongoing capital campaign for campus improvements. The dorm re-opened to welcome students this fall, providing needed housing as the number of on-campus residents has been increasing.

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  • FHU Names Rogers Dean of College of Biblical Studies

    Nov 04, 2022

    Freed-Hardeman University has named Dr. Justin Rogers dean of the College of Biblical Studies, effective June 1, 2023. Currently the director of the Graduate School of Theology, Rogers will succeed Dr. Mark Blackwelder as dean.

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  • FHU’s Alumination Days to Feature Orthopedic Surgeon

    Nov 03, 2022

    Dr. Ethan Kellum, a sports medicine fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, will be the featured speaker during Freed-Hardeman University’s annual Alumination Days, Nov. 10-11. He will kick off the event Thursday morning at 10:30 a.m. in Loyd Auditorium.

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  • FHU Theatre Presents Homecoming Musical “Matilda” Featuring Young Actors from Chester County Youth Theater

    Nov 01, 2022

    With a cast of more than 40 students, Freed-Hardeman University Theatre will present Roald Dahl's “Matilda the Musical,” as its homecoming production this fall featuring young actors from the Chester County Youth Theater. Performances begin Thursday, Nov. 10 and Friday, Nov. 11, 2022, at 7 p.m. in Loyd Auditorium. A matinee performance will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022. FHU Theatre and Chester County Youth Theater invite the community of Henderson to this family friendly show! Individuals may purchase tickets at fhutickets.com

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  • Freed-Hardeman University’s Annual Scholars' Day Celebrates Academic Research, Student Achievement

    Nov 01, 2022

    From Jesus memes to the discovery of new math, Freed-Hardeman University’s Seventh Annual Scholars’ Day covered a myriad of interesting topics for students to explore during the morning-long event held in Loyd Auditorium Friday, Oct. 28, 2022.

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  • FHU Students Elect Homecoming Royalty

    Oct 31, 2022

    Freed-Hardeman University students have chosen king and queen candidates from members of their classes to represent them on the Homecoming Court. They will be presented to the student body during chapel Tuesday, Nov. 8. The king and queen will be crowned Saturday, Nov. 12, at the end of the men’s basketball game.

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  • Freed-Hardeman Accounting Program Surpassed by Only Vanderbilt in Average Score

    Oct 26, 2022

    In line with Freed-Hardeman University College of Business’s reputation for excellence, the most recent report of the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Examination places FHU students among the top in the state of Tennessee. FHU MBA grads’ average score across all testing was 73.9, surpassing every university in the state, save one: Vanderbilt University.

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  • Concerts by The Hardeman Boys and Petra Take FHU Back to the ‘80s for Homecoming

    Oct 25, 2022

    The ‘80s, or at least its music, will return to Freed-Hardeman University Homecoming Nov. 11-12 (fhu.edu/homecoming), when two groups from the decade return to campus for performances.

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