HIGH POINT, N.C., Dec. 5, 2016 – For the second year, HPU’s Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity hosted members of the West End Ministries Boys and Girls Club for a Holiday Party. During the party, children enjoyed games, crafts, a photo booth, a special treat from the HPU ice cream truck and an appearance from […]
The High Point University campus is buzzing with activity. From the 46th annual Prayer Breakfast, to Lessons & Carols, community service efforts and more, see a glimpse of what happened on campus this week.
HIGH POINT, N.C., Dec. 2, 2016 – Nearly 800 community members rang in the Christmas season today with a celebration at High Point University’s Annual Prayer Breakfast. Now in its 46th year, the complimentary event has become a tradition for many local residents to officially kick off Christmas and fellowship with neighbors. “What a special […]
High Point University’s Roger Clodfelter speaks with reporter Elaina O’Connell before the start of HPU’s annual Community Prayer Breakfast. HPU rang in the Christmas season with the signature Christmas tradition, which was open to the public and included special music, a silent prayer in memory of alumni, members of the university family, the community and friends […]
In the wake of an attack on the campus of Ohio State University, reporter Bob Costner talked to High Point University staff and students about their extensive safety plan on campus.
The newest High Point University Poll shows that 78% of North Carolinians will not head to the stores on Black Friday and a majority will also avoid shopping at stores that are open on Thanksgiving. HPU’s Dr. Martin Kifer provides a potential explanation for this shift.
The most recent High Point University Poll shows that the large majority of North Carolinians will not head to the stores for Black Friday deals.
In an interview with WXII’s Kenny Beck, High Point University political scientist Dr. Martin Kifer breaks down the polling process and explains where things may have gone wrong for many pollsters during election 2016.
High Point University has received a $10 million gift from an anonymous donor that will support a new undergraduate sciences school and building. Construction on the facility will begin in summer 2017.
Economist Dr. Peter Summers of High Point University discusses the potential impact of 800 new jobs coming to the local community.
High Point University’s Dr. Martin Kifer theorizes why 2016 presidential poll results were inaccurate and what it means for pollsters in the future.
Political scientist Dr. Brandon Lenoir of High Point University discusses the election results and expectations moving forward.
HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 30, 2016 – While plenty of High Point University students frequent campus dining locations every day, there’s one group of students who can be found behind the scenes in the kitchens working to fight hunger. HPU’s Food Recovery Network team recently reached a milestone of 20,000 meals donated since the […]