Campus Events

A look inside the beaver suit

For me, being a mascot was energizing, important, and fun.

When you put on the suit, you are no longer yourself. You become a new character, the essence of school spirit and socialization.

J. Denny Beaver is loved by everyone. He is the most popular...Read More »


“Me Too Monologues” debuts on campus

Dr. Melissa Friesen’s “Theatre for Social Change” class is producing and performing the “Me Too Monologues” this month as a class project. The “Me Too Monologues” is a collection of stories about identity from Bluffton University students, staff, and faculty.

Members of Dr. Friesen’s class are performing these monologues to empower...Read More »


University librarian discusses the relevance of digital humanities

by: Kenny Beeker

Archives and Special Collections Librarian Carrie Phillips presented on digital humanities for Civic Engagement Day at Bluffton University. Every year, Bluffton University holds Civic Engagement Day as a way to explore deeply a single idea. This year’s focus was education.

Phillips connected this concept to the ability of digital...Read More »


Riley Creek Festival reminder

by: Kristina Ciminillo

Duck TALES

Everything’s Coming Up Ducks! This is just Ducky! Try Your Duck Luck! Duck Day is on the Way!

Things to Think About:

What?

RILEY CREEK FEST

Who?

by: Caitlin Nearhood

Advocacy for women’s rights isn’t new, but it is still important to acknowledge.

Emily Huxman, a sophomore communication and marketing double major from Waterloo, Ontario, won first place in Bluffton’s annual C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest on March 25. Her speech, “Reducing Global Violence against Women through Education,”...Read More »


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