The PT Food Pantry: A Vital Place of Health

Pictured above is Gretchen Sanchez, administrative assistant for HPU’s Pro Bono Physical Therapy Clinic and food pantry.    The patients come to cure their chronic pain. When they arrive, they realize they can get something just as essential: They receive the food they need. They’re invited into the clinic’s food pantry after their visit and […]

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Hidden Voices: Preserving a Local Neighborhood’s History

Sarah Culver and her other classmates had no clue about the neighborhood two miles south of campus. They do now. They took Dr. Cara Kozma’s Community Writing class, and they discovered what makes High Point’s Burns Hill neighborhood memorable. Last semester, Culver and nine other classmates recorded the oral histories of 10 longtime residents of […]

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HPU News: Move-In 2020

High Point University welcomed the Class of 2024 home to HPU with a three-day, staggered move-in experience. This year’s move-in was successful thanks to hundreds of upperclassmen, faculty and staff volunteers, along with new safety upgrades and protocols. Watch for a look at the safe move-in process the entire HPU family helped institute to keep […]

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HPU’s Cell-Art Collaborative Hosted Experiment Day for Local Students

High Point University biology students, like Nathan Grinalds (right), show local students how science and art can be integrated during Cell-Art Collaborative’s Experiment Day. HIGH POINT, N.C., Date, 2020 – High Point University’s Cell-Art Collaborative hosted its fifth annual Experiment Day, inviting students from the local community to explore the ways science and art can […]

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HPU Honors Community Partners with ‘Thank You’ Luncheon

High Point University President Nido Qubein welcomed area business owners and city of High Point leaders at today’s annual Community Partner Luncheon. HIGH POINT, N.C., Jan. 7, 2020 – Today, High Point University welcomed local business owners and city of High Point leaders to celebrate the partnerships that are committed to growing the city. The […]

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Six Holiday Traditions at High Point University

The High Point University campus is decked out for the holidays. Christmas lights and nutcrackers line the Promenade while holiday music plays throughout campus. It can only mean one thing: December is here. The holidays are a season of celebration and traditions. Even in the midst of final exams and end-of-semester projects, the HPU family […]

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HPU Theatre to Perform ‘Bright Star’

HIGH POINT, N.C., Oct. 31, 2019 – The High Point University Department of Theatre and Dance will perform “Bright Star,” a tale of love and redemption set against the backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the 1920s and 1940s. Performances will be held in the Hayworth Fine Arts Center’s Pauline Theatre on campus at […]

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Fifth Annual STEM Camp Begins at HPU

HIGH POINT, N.C., June 19, 2019 – High Point University has nearly 100 community children on campus for the next two weeks to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics. On Tuesday, they built a solar oven out of a pizza box, aluminum foil and cellophane to trap heat from the sun and toasted s’mores. […]

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Dr. Qubein Receives National Honor & Recognition

Dr. Qubein’s work as a transformative college president, dynamic servant leader, generous philanthropist and passionate advocate has been recognized recently by numerous organizations. When you consider recognition coming from such a diverse group of organizations that include the National Business Journals, Boy Scouts of America, The Great Values College platform, YMCA and the Salvation Army, […]

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