Oct 19, 2018

“I believe God wants Freed-Hardeman to be here, and with Him nothing is impossible,” Freed-Hardeman University President David R. Shannon told the large crowd gathered Thursday morning, Oct. 19, 2017, in Loyd Auditorium for his inauguration. The preacher-turned-president based that assertion on the number of times the future of the almost 150-year-old school looked bleak but helping hands appeared to assure the school would live on.

Trials and Gratitude

Oct 18, 2018

“I am grateful for the full plate God has given me, and I try to handle it all with care,” Chris Graber, graduate student pursuing a Master of Arts in New Testament, said about his very busy life. Minister of the South Twin Cities Church of Christ in Rosemount, Minnesota, he balances his care of his family, his work with the church, a separate part-time job he does before his family awakens and his studies in FHU’s Graduate School of Theology.

Virtual Reality

Oct 18, 2018

Four Freed-Hardeman University computer science majors and their instructor designed a virtual reality game that takes fun to new heights.