Around Campus

APPSI Hosts Author Liz Cunningham for a Discussion of Her Memoir, "Ocean Country"
APPSI Hosts Author Liz Cunningham for a Discussion of Her Memoir, "Ocean Country"The Asia Pacific Peace Studies Institute (APPSI) at HNU hosted author Liz Cunningham at an event on December 1 in the Valley Center for Performing Arts. The evening included a lecture from Cunningham about her memoir, Ocean Country, musical performances by Juliane Poirier and John Ruch, and a poetry reading by author and environmental activist Joanna Macy.

HNU History: Students Preparing for "Blues in the Night" in Fall 1957
HNU History: Students Preparing for "Blues in the Night" in Fall 1957The HNU History blog highlights moments from the University's past. The featured photo shows students holding a publicity poster for a "Blues in the Night" event in October 1957.

HNU in the Community

Alumni Spotlight: Interview with Ann Park ’95, A California Teacher of the Year
Alumni Spotlight: Interview with Ann Park ’95, A California Teacher of the YearAnn Park ’95, an alumna of HNU's Multiple Subject Credential Program, was named Alameda County Teacher of the Year in October and, later that same month, she was honored as one of five 2016 California Teachers of the Year. Park teaches writing and science at Greenleaf TK-8 School in Oakland. (Photo credit: Alameda County Office of Education)

Giving News

HNU Holds Another Successful #GivingTuesday Campaign
HNU Holds Another Successful #GivingTuesday CampaignFor the second consecutive year, Holy Names University participated in the global #GivingTuesday campaign, on Tuesday, December 1, as a way of bringing together the University's community in a partnership of philanthropy and service. HNU's designated project for #GivingTuesday was a scholarship for first-generation HNU students and, thanks to the generosity of alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff, and students, more than $10,000 was raised on #GivingTuesday. (Photo credit: Edward Duncan)

On The Field

"Kitsap Sun" Profiles HNU Women's Basketball Player Taylor Krouse
The Kitsap Sun, a newspaper in Bremerton, Washington, recently ran a profile of HNU freshman Taylor Krouse, who plays for the HNU women's basketball team. Krouse graduated from Central Kitsap High School in Silverdale, Washington.

HNU Baseball and HSAAC Members Serve Homeless Residents in Berkeley
On November 15, members of the Holy Names University baseball team and the Hawk Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (HSAAC), partnering with Faith In Action Together (F.I.A.T.) and the Catholic Worker-Berkeley, assisted in feeding homeless residents in Berkeley at People's Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park.

Tatiana Howard Named PacWest Defender of the Week
Tatiana Howard Named PacWest Defender of the WeekThe Pacific West Conference announced its weekly awards for women's basketball on December 14. Named Defensive Player of the Week (for games played from December 7-13) from Holy Names University for her performance on Saturday, December 12, was sophomore Tatiana Howard (Gardena, California).

Upcoming Events

Information Session for Adult and Graduate Programs
Thursday, January 14, 2016
6:00 pm

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