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Fiske Review Gives Houghton Highest Rating for Quality of Life

Fiske Review Gives Houghton Highest Rating for Quality of Life

For the second year in a row, Houghton College has received the highest ranking, four out of four stars, for quality of life from the prestigious publication the Fiske Guide to Colleges for 2015.
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National Christian Honor Band Selected to Perform at Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

National Christian Honor Band Selected to Perform at Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

The National Christian Honor Band (NCHB), sponsored in part by Houghton College, has recently been accepted as one of only four bands to perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. for the 2015 National Sousa Festival in May 2015.
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Lastoria Honored with Outstanding Contributions Award

Lastoria Honored with Outstanding Contributions Award

Veteran Houghton professor and director of counseling services, Dr. Michael Lastoria, was recently honored with the Don L. Boender Award at the annual conference for the Association for Christians in Student Development (ACSD).
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New Dual-Certification in Education Major Offered

New Dual-Certification in Education Major Offered

The Houghton College education department has announced the offering of a new dual-certification in Inclusive Adolescence Education. This option will be offered starting in the fall 2014 semester.
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Dr. Torraca Selected to Attend National Science Foundation Workshop

Dr. Torraca Selected to Attend National Science Foundation Workshop

Associate professor and chair for the department of chemistry at Houghton College, Dr. Karen Torraca, has been selected to attend the Chemistry Collaborations, Workshops and Communities of Scholars workshop (cCWCS) June 8, 2014.
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An Alumni Story: Protecting Our Soldiers

An Alumni Story: Protecting Our Soldiers

The image of war often conjures up pops of gunfire, rolling green tanks, helicopters flying down to pick up a wounded soul and the brave men and women who accept the call to protect and serve our great nation. But there is a backstory to war, a tale of individuals that many never hear. The armor that protects the soldiers, the night vision in goggles and the remote surveillance equipment with all their tiny parts have to be made by someone before they can be used by our soldiers to defend our nation.
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Houghton Students Join “Hands Across Buffalo” to Celebrate Diversity

Houghton Students Join “Hands Across Buffalo” to Celebrate Diversity

On Saturday, May 17, 2014, Houghton students joined the nearly 5,000 people who linked hands in a 4.5 mile human chain across the city of Buffalo during the Hands Across Buffalo event.
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Over 5000 to Attend Houghton Summer Camps

Over 5000 to Attend Houghton Summer Camps

Houghton College is preparing to host more than 5,000 campers and conference goers as the college gears up for the 2014 summer camp season.