Fall sports winding down

Photo by: Burton Andrews

By Alex Nibert


The Bluffton Volleyball team closed out its regular season at home on Sunday, hosting and defeating the Franklin College Grizzlies in straight sets at the Sommer Center. The final scores of each game were 26-24, 25-19 and...Read More »

Athletics offer many benefits to students


Photo by: Burton Andrews

By: Colton Steiner

While academics are Bluffton University’s main focus, athletics are one of the many factors that bring students to campus. Since Bluffton is a Division III college they can’t give students athletic scholarships, but it gives students the...Read More »

Fall sports updates



By Alex Nibert

Volleyball continues hot streak

The Bluffton University Volleyball team takes a defensive stance. Photo by Alex Nibert

The Bluffton volleyball team continued its hot streak this week, defeating Denison College in straight sets and then starting the conference schedule in...Read More »

New outdoor basketball courts are a slam dunk

By Alyssa Eby

Bluffton University’s 2015-16 school year marked the opening of new basketball courts located outside Hirschy Annex Hall courtesy of Student Senate after a summer of construction.

Sommer Center and Founders Hall are the indoor basketball courts available to students. The new purple courts...Read More »

Civic Engagement Day keynote speaker: Larry Starr

by: Dyson Bowman

Yoder Recital hall was filled with students on the night of March 25, 2015 as Bluffton University’s Civic Engagement Day brought in former athletic trainer Larry Starr. Starr was first introduced to athletic training back in 1960, in the summer before his freshman year of high school, when...Read More »

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