HPU's Student Newspaper, 'The Campus Chronicle' Wins National Award

High Point University’s student newspaper, “The Campus Chronicle,” recently won a national award in the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual newspaper competition. PU was one of only 12 schools in the United States with an enrollment of 2,500 or more to receive the first place with special merit award – the highest honor given to student newspapers by the organization.

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HPU to Lower Flags in Honor of Memorial Day

All 62 flags on the HPU campus will be lowered from sunrise to noon on Memorial Day, Monday, May 31,to honor those who have given their lives in military service to the United States. The university greatly appreciates the sacrifices our American heroes have made for centuries, and seeks to recognize them on this special day.

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HPU Installs Kappa Sigma fraternity

High Point University recently installed the Rho Eta chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity with a banquet. The event welcomed special guest Gregory Hunt, Kappa Sigma Worthy Grand Scribe, along with family and friends. The chapter?s charter was presented to Brandon Rivera, the fraternity’s president. The fraternity, which consists of 51 brothers, maintained the highest GPA of all fraternities on campus.

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HPU Announces Celia Moh Scholarship Recipient

High Point University students Meaghan Leonard and Shannon Taylor have been selected to receive the 2010-11 Celia Moh Scholarship, a program that provides full tuition, room, board, books and fees for recipients. Leonard, a native of Lexington, is a rising senior majoring in interior design with a minor in home furnishings.

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HPU Honors Business Student With Wall Street Journal Award

Zachary Mosley, a sophomore at High Point University, was recently awarded with the Wall Street Journal Award during the Honors Day Awards Ceremony. The award recognizes the best sophomore business students at universities across the United States. It also provides a one-year subscription to the Wall Street Journal. Mosley?s name will appear in a special issue of the Journal.

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HPU Students Attend Society Of Physics Student Meeting; Present Posters

Recent High Point University graduates Mark Montazer and Daniel Short, along with rising juniors Catherine Hendricks, Laura Lee, Colin McGuire, Brielle Spencer and rising senior Elizabeth Messina, presented posters of their research in physics at the 2010 joint meeting of Zone 5 of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) and the North Carolina Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT).

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HPU Professor Of History Publishes Article In 'Middle East Quarterly'

Dr. Larry Simpson, professor of history at High Point University, recently published an article in the Spring 2010 issue of Middle East Quarterly. The article, titled “Behind the Iranian Menace: Russian and Chinese Support for Tehran” ? which was originally presented as a paper at the annual conference of the Association for the Study of Middle East and African during the fall 2009 semester ? examines the relationship between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Moscow and Beijing.

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HPU Assistant Professor Of Electronic Media Publishes Paper In 'The Journal of Media and Religion'

Dr. James Trammell, assistant professor of electronic media at High Point University, recently published an article in “The Journal of Media and Religion.” The article, “Who Does God Want Me to Invite to See ‘The Passion of the Christ?’: Marketing Movies to Evangelicals,” covered marketing strategies for selling the film, “The Passion of the Christ.”

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HPU Student Receives Richard P. Budd Distinguished Business Student Award

Bryan Collins was recently presented with the Richard P. Budd Distinguished Business Student Award during the Honors Day Awards Ceremony at High Point University. Collins recently graduated from the Earl N. Phillips School of Business. He embodies the values of the Phillips School of Business as expressed on the Phillips School of Business logo: Knowledge, Leadership, and Integrity.”

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HPU Student Honored With Dr. George S. Erath Distinguished Student Award

The Earl N. Phillips School of Business at High Point University presented the Dr. George S. Erath Distinguished Student Award to Chandler L. Davis at the Honors Day Awards Ceremony. Davis, a recent graduate, was honored with the award based on her hard work and dedication during her time at HPU. “Chandler consistently set a high standard of excellence in all her interactions with the faculty; be it advising, scholarship or service,” Davis says.

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HPU Student Receives Ollie Bieniemy Jr. Endowed Scholarship

The Earl N. Phillips School of Business at High Point University presented Jessica Warner with the Ollie Bieniemy Endowed Scholarship at the Honors Day Awards Ceremony. Warner is a double major in business administration, studying finance and actuarial science. Along with many other honors and activities, she also contributes much of her time to the VITA program ? the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.

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HPU Students Honored For Volunteer Work

High Point University students were recently honored at a High Point City Council meeting because of their volunteer service to the community. The students, Ashley Johnson and Tiffani Shimp, volunteered 50 hours of assistance to needy residents of Guilford County as part of the Voluntary Income Tax Assistance program (VITA). The students hope to participate again in the future.

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HPU's Evening Degree Program National Honor Society Inducts New Members

The Evening Degree Program at High Point University’s Theta Theta chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society recently inducted new members into its fraternity. The EDP established the honor society in the spring of 1992 to recognize high scholastic achievement by adult students. Students selected into the group have earned a grade point average of 3.2 or higher; with this year?s inductees, the GPA of the group was 3.89.

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HPU Board Of Stewards To Donate Spring Offerings To Open Door Ministries

The Board of Stewards of the Hayworth Chapel at High Point University has raised a total of $3,301.59 in offerings during chapel services this semester, and will donate the entire amount to Open Door Ministries. The check will be presented to the nonprofit organization in the fall. “Being able to know that you have the opportunity to bless someone in much need, gives you comfort that you are doing God’s great work,” says Dale Tonkins, a recent HPU graduate.

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HPU Students Attend Southwestern Psychological Association Regional Conference

Several High Point University students majoring in psychology recently had the chance to learn valuable research information at the 2010 Southwestern Psychological Association Regional Conference, held in Dallas on April 8-10. “The highlight of the conference was the presentation of two research projects by HPU psychology students Alec Cunningham and Allison Lowry,” Li-Barber says.  

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