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Olympic Gold Medalist to be Featured at Softball Clinic

Olympic softball gold medalist pitcher Jennie Finch and a professional staff will be featured instructors at a softball clinic for girls ages 8-18 in the Kerr-Pegula Field House on the campus of Houghton College on Saturday, March 12 from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m., with a luncheon speaking engagement by Jennie Finch from 1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. To register or obtain more information about the clinic and or luncheon, please visit www.houghton.edu/softball
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Olympic Gold Medalist to be Featured at Softball Clinic

Olympic softball gold medalist pitcher Jennie Finch and a professional staff will be featured instructors at a softball clinic for girls ages 8-18 in the Kerr-Pegula Field House on the campus of Houghton College on Saturday, March 12 from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m., with a luncheon speaking engagement by Jennie Finch from 1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. To register or obtain more information about the clinic and or luncheon, please visit www.houghton.edu/softball
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Science Students Attend Q&A Lecture with Nobel Prize Winner
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Business Students Offer Free Income Tax Preparation

Business Students Offer Free Income Tax Preparation

Houghton College business students are once again offering free income tax preparation to Allegany County residents.
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Houghton College Data Science Students to Attend Super Bowl 50

Houghton College Data Science Students to Attend Super Bowl 50

Data science students from Houghton College have a once in a lifetime opportunity to attend the upcoming Super Bowl 50, working behind the scenes with NFL On Locations Experiences Feb. 2 through 9 through a partnership with sports business students and Dr. Dexter Davis ’82 from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
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Houghton Attends World Climate Conference in Paris

Houghton Attends World Climate Conference in Paris

This past December, Houghton College sustainability coordinator Brian Webb and Houghton senior Lauren Bechtel travelled to Paris for the 21st meeting of the Conference of Parties (COP21), a climate change conference that included delegates from 195 nations and was held between Nov. 30 and Dec. 11. The conference aimed to create an international climate agreement applicable to every country worldwide.
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Feature Article: Open Your Eyes, Look Up to the Skies, and See

Feature Article: Open Your Eyes, Look Up to the Skies, and See

When Kirby Runyon ’08 was a kid, Pluto was a planet. You remember Pluto, right? In the acronym taught to elementary kids to help them memorize the (then) nine planets, Pluto stood for “Pizzas.” (“My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas.”) Pluto became the talk of the astronomical world in 2006 when its distinction as a planet was called into question. The little-planet-that-could was eventually demoted to the un-esteemed status of “dwarf planet” by the International Astronomical Union, “the self-proclaimed authority in naming stuff,” accuses Kirby.
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Feature Article: A Musical Journey

Feature Article: A Musical Journey

One week into his first semester at Houghton, Simbarashe “Simba” Kamuriwo ’14 /MM’16 learned he would have to go back to Zimbabwe. No financial support had been found to pay his remaining tuition bill. Already well known on campus for what one faculty member called his “infectious enthusiasm for life,” Simba said goodbye to friends and prepared to return home.
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