Jun 29, 2017

Held Nov. 11-12, the traditional fall celebration’s theme was “Feels Like Home to Me.” Royalty selected were: Cassie Sikes, queen; Noah Icenhour, king; senior representatives: Rayna Glass, Savannah Mills, Landen Wright and Cody Nicholson; junior representatives: Kirby Gatlin, Caitlyn Carter, Richard Turner and Jacob Holmes; sophomore representatives: Lydia Powers, Zoie Birdwell, Drew Ferguson and Nash Hearn; and freshman representatives: Conley Clouse, Amelia Rogers, Ben Coleman and Blair Varner. Phi Kappa Alpha was the winner of the Homecoming Spirit Trophy. The men’s basketball team fell to Talladega College, while the Lady Lions defeated Bethel University in overtime.



Sonshine Singers Reflect on Precious Memories

Apr 07, 2017

“If I didn't already have some idea about ‘Precious Memories,’ I definitely do now,” Winston Harless, former director of the Sonshine Singers, said as he thought about their reunion Feb. 5-6, 2016, in Sheffield, Alabama. “God certainly blessed us with a wonderful reunion,” he concluded.



WFHU FM91 Celebrates 50 Years

Dec 13, 2016
Whether ten watts or 3,000 watts, Freed-Hardeman University's campus radio station has served FHU and Chester County for a half-century. The station celebrated its 50th anniversary during Homecoming 2016.


Jun 22, 2016
FHU was “Wild with Pride” Nov. 13-14, 2015, for Homecoming. Activities for students, alumni, parents and prospective students were all a part of the week. Members of Homecoming royalty were introduced in chapel, and Queen Bailey Burnette and King Austen Oakley were crowned at the basketball game. FHU Theatre presented the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Carousel.” Food trucks, Lion Walk, a concert and a talent competition were also a part of the weekend.

Hard Work, Time Management: Keens' RX for Success

Feb 17, 2016
With hard work and time management as their foundation, siblings Mitchell and Weston Keen, along with Mitchell's wife Jessica, discovered the perfect prescription for success. Freed-Hardeman University alumni and recent Pharm. D. graduates of the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences, Mitchell and Jessica are employed by Kroger pharmacies in Knoxville and Maryville. Weston is in his first year of study at UTCHS.

They've Got Fish to Fry

Dec 02, 2015
They've Got Fish to Fry. For more than 30 years, folks in Lewis County, Tennessee, have been frying fish for a good cause. In 1982, two graduates of Freed-Hardeman, Jeff "Boo" Spears and Seth Chandler, returned to Hohenwald with the idea that other students should be able to enjoy what they had just experienced—a Christian education.