High Point University’s Kappa Delta sorority and the Guild of Family Service of High Point co-hosted the fourth annual Super Hero Dash, inviting members of the community to dress as their favorite superhero for a 5k and children’s fun run. The Super Hero Dash is a race that benefits Prevent Child Abuse America and aims […]
Susan Payne, mother of High Point University 2016 graduate Michael Payne, is featured on the morning show LIVE with Kelly.
The latest High Point University Poll measured President Donald Trump’s and Gov. Roy Cooper’s approval ratings. The poll also found that large majority of those polled feel the country is headed in the wrong direction. Dr. Brandon Lenoir, professor of political communications, discusses these results leading up to Trump’s address to congress.
High Point area middle school students are taking part in High Point University’s first Robotics Competition, thanks to an $8,000 grant from Daimler Trucks North America and Thomas Built Buses.
Dr. Robin Cooke, professor of pharmacy at High Point University, discusses common cold symptoms and gives advice for fighting the virus.
Need to know treatment options for acid reflux? High Point University’s Dr. Joy Greene, assistant dean of pharmacy, discusses common symptoms and medications for both temporary and long-term acid reflux.
Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder and High Point University’s Innovator in Residence, returned to campus on Feb. 20 to work with students in exercise science, pharmacy, computer science, education and other majors. The Silicon Valley icon joined HPU as Innovator in Residence in 2016. He also gave the university’s Commencement address in 2013.
Apple Co-founder and High Point University’s Innovator in Residence Steve Wozniak returned to campus for a series of micro sessions with students, faculty and members of the community that focused on a variety of topics.
The first HPU Poll of 2017 finds that the majority of North Carolinians want the U.S. to take an active role in world affairs, and perceive North Korea and Russia as major threats.
In the statewide survey conducted by the High Point University Poll, 55 percent of North Carolinians say that they think public education in North Carolina is headed in the wrong direction, and 31 percent said it was headed in the right direction.