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  • Chattanooga Artist’s Work Scheduled for Show at FHU

    Jan 17, 2017

    Chattanooga artist Amanda Brazier will display her work Feb. 2 - March 3 at Freed-Hardeman University’s Troy Plunk Gallery in Bulliner-Clayton Visual Arts Center. The exhibition is entitled "The Gardener and the Carpenter."

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  • “Faith on View” Ranks FHU in Top Tier of Nation’s Christian Universities

    Jan 09, 2017

    Freed-Hardeman University has been ranked in the top tier nationally of 200 Christian colleges in the United States by “Faith on View.” Coming in at #18 in the Best Value ranking, Freed-Hardeman is the only university associated with the churches of Christ to be listed in the top tier of small colleges as well as the top tier of all colleges in best value.

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  • FHU Students Explore Biology Through Food

    Jan 02, 2017

    Freed-Hardeman University students enrolled in Principles of Biology, a freshman-level general education course, explored basic principles through food this fall. The project was dubbed SciFood.

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  • FHU Photography Students Offer Free Photo Sessions

    Dec 27, 2016

    Freed-Hardeman University photography students participated in a global effort by photographers to give a great photo to those who may have never had an opportunity for a photo session. “Help-Portrait is about giving the pictures, not taking them,” FHU photography teacher Jud Davis said.

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  • FHU Winter Graduation Set for Friday, Dec. 16

    Dec 12, 2016

    More than 100 Freed-Hardeman University students will receive diplomas Friday, Dec. 16. Commencement exercises for those completing their work this semester will begin at 6:00pm in Loyd Auditorium.

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  • Freed-Hardeman University Begins Process of Naming New President

    Dec 08, 2016

    Freed-Hardeman University has begun the process of naming a new president, following Dr. Joe Wiley’s announcement of his intent to retire June 1, 2017. The FHU Board of Trustees called upon faculty, staff, alumni and friends to begin the transition process by engaging in 10 days of prayer. “The trustees believe all good things begin with prayer,” John Law, chairman of the board, said.

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  • FHU Art Professor’s Article Published in Historical Society Papers

    Dec 07, 2016

    An article by a Freed-Hardeman University art professor is included in the most recent volume of “The West Tennessee Historical Society Papers.” Laquita Thomson’s work is titled “Major William Stanley’s Path Through Tennessee.”

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  • FHU Benefit Dinner Featuring Peyton Manning Raises $1.68 Million

    Dec 05, 2016

    Freed-Hardeman University’s 52nd Annual Benefit Dinner grossed almost $1.7 million Friday, Dec. 2, according to FHU President Joe Wiley. Peyton Manning, retired quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos, was the speaker. The amount is second only to the 2010 dinner which featured former President George W. Bush.

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  • FHU Crowns Homecoming King and Queen

    Nov 29, 2016

    Freed-Hardeman University crowned its 2016 Homecoming king and queen Saturday, Nov. 12. The FHU student body had selected the 2016 king and queen from the six senior class representatives. Cassie Sikes of York, Nebraska, was chosen as the queen, and Noah Icenhour of Springfield, Ohio, was chosen as the king.

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  • FHU Annual Benefit Dinner Expect to Raise $1.6 Million

    Nov 21, 2016

    Freed-Hardeman University’s Annual Benefit Dinner Dec. 2, 2016, is on track to raise $1.6 million for scholarships again this year, according to Dave Clouse, FHU vice president for advancement. However, general admission tickets and sponsorships to the event featuring former Tennessee Vol and NFL legend Peyton Manning are still available.

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