• HBU Women’s Golf

    Coaching Philosophy: Women’s head golf coach, David Shuster, began coaching at a young age, leading summer leagues and working in his local recreation department. He competed in multiple sports, and eventually narrowed his focus to golf, which he played at the college level. After graduating from Angelo State University in 1980, Shuster went on to …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Humphreys and Ramos

    Margaret F. Humphreys, former senior director of the Academic Success Center, and Kimberly Ramos, director of First-Year Success, presented at the National Conference of the Association of Christians in Student Development on “High-Risk Population Innovation: Maximizing Summer Bridget Programs for Student Success” at Wheaton College. Over the last five years, the HBU Summer Launch program …

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  • Mr. Movie Man reviews movies

    This Week’s Review: “Midway” and “Harriet”

    The curmudgeon decided it was time to catch up on his growing backlog of films worth seeing; he did venture out of his cave during the November 23 weekend and managed to see “Midway” and “Harriet.” Both turned out to be good choices. “Midway” manages to tie together two earlier films: “Tora! Tora! Tora!” and “Pearl Harbor.” …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Katie Alaniz

    Dr. Katie Alaniz, assistant professor of Education, was invited to present at the Technology and Curriculum Conference of Aldine on Oct. 26, 2019, in Houston. Her presentation was entitled, “Let’s Drive In! Sailing the Six C’s of Learning in the Digital Age,” and was created on the basis of the book, “Digital Media in Today’s …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Michael Roque Collins

    HBU senior director of Visual Arts, professor of Art and artist-in-residence (painting) Michael Roque Collins, is featured at LewAllen Galleries in a solo exhibition, MICHAEL ROQUE COLLINS: RELIQUARIES at the LewAllen Galleries, Railyard Arts District, 1613 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Exhibit runs through Nov. 30, 2019) Through decades of creating post-symbolist art, …

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  • Athletics, Academics & Christian Principles: A Winning Combination

    HBU’s 17 NCAA Division I sports represent the University on a national stage with great effect. They allow HBU to draw exceptional athletes, serve as a main component of student and alumni experience, and elevate the school to a level that meets and surpasses other universities. Athletics teams have played a formative role in shaping …

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  • Q&A With Steve Moniaci

    Steve Moniaci is HBU’s fourth director of Athletics. For about a decade, he has overseen the operations of the department and its 17 NCAA Division I sports programs. During his tenure, HBU successfully transitioned back to NCAA Division I membership status, joined the Southland Conference, started a football program and a beach volleyball program, and …

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  • Culture Influencers

    Culture Influencers: Ernest Liang

    Dr. Ernest Liang, assistant professor of Finance, edited the Fall 2019 Christian Business Review. The issue is the eighth annual edition of the review. The online and print academic journal serves to promote the implementation of biblical truth into leadership practices by showcasing experiences, research and original thinking by Christian scholars and practitioners in business. …

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