Houghton College students who traveled to the nation’s capital explored potential career paths while learning from some successful Houghton graduates.
Dr. Bud Bence, a Houghton graduate and award winner, is considered one of the “most influential Wesleyans for our generation.”
Dr. Samuel J. “Jack” Connell, a Houghton alum and former Wesleyan pastor, has been named the new dean of the college and vice president for academic affairs.
Houghton College alumnae are compiling stories of 29 homeless individuals in Washington, D.C. The trio hopes readers will want to help those in need in their own cities and communities.
One Houghton alum and her family never would’ve asked to walk the road God has placed them on. But they continue to walk with Jesus one footstep at a time even when they don’t understand his ways.
Steven Grudda is featured in a book about individuals who are using science, technology, engineering, and math backgrounds to promote the well-being of others around the world.
Houghton alumni were involved in the production of recently released movie, “War Room.” Read what one alum has to say about the film, which became a box office sensation quickly.
Houghton College welcomed 13 new faculty members this fall, educators with various backgrounds and areas of expertise.
Robb Moses ’62 has been named Houghton College Alumnus of the Year. Moses is board certified in clinical genetics and a Founding Fellow of the American College of Medical Genetics.
The National Sacred Honor Choir, sponsored by Houghton College, Houghton, N.Y., is to be launched at the world famous Carnegie Hall Sunday, March 9 in New York City.
Dr. Myron Glick and Dr. Joe Harvey will be presented with Alumni of the Year awards by Dr. Shirley Mullen, president of Houghton College, on Wednesday, October 2, during the chapel service on campus.