• FHUniquely
7 episodes
In which FHU's intrepid English honor society students conquer audio technology to deliver tidings of the scholarly, creative, religious, and athletic work of Freed-Hardeman University students, staff, and faculty. FHUniquely is operated by FHU's chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society.


012 80's ARCade Night At The Library
2018 Oct 1519m 28s
With the beeps and blips of classic video games as background music, Library Director Wade Osburn sits down with Dr. Spradlin to discuss 80's ARCade Night at the Hope Shull Academic Resource Center.
011 Children's Theatre Camp: Willy Wonka
2018 Oct 1122m 49s
FHU alumni Becky Hartle, Tansy Matheney, Katie Maxwell, and Greg Maxwell discuss the Willy Wonka Theatre Experience Camp, held in June 2018 on FHU’s campus for Henderson-area children.
010 New Zealand 2018 Mission Trip
2018 Oct 0828m 24s
Professor Kevin Moore and students Breandán Butler, Mary Beth Hall, Joshua Hester, Callie Johnson, and Miriam Sparks discuss their summer 2018 mission trip to New Zealand.
009 Jennalyn Krulish's Art Exhibit "Together Life"
2018 Oct 0418m 35s
FHU alumna Jennalyn Krulish ('10) discusses her MFA thesis art exhibit, "Together Life," on display at the Bulliner-Clayton Visual Arts Center from October 4 to November 16, 2018.
008 FHU at the Wonder Workshop in Nashville
2018 Oct 0220m 47s
Professor Loren Warf and students Leah Stinson and Jacob Moseley join Professor Spradlin and Megan Luffman to discuss their recent participation in the Wonder Workshop, a workshop associated with the STORY conference.
007 Romantic Prose and Poetry Class Trip to England
2018 Jun 2126m 23s
Dr. John McLaughlin, Dr. Margaret Payne, and students Anna Bell and Brittany Hayes join Dr. Spradlin to discuss their recent trip to England, during which they, and other FHU students who traveled with them, explored places associated with the authors and texts that they recently studied in Dr. McLaughlin's spring semester course, Romantic Prose and Poetry.
006 FHU Softball Players on Their NAIA World Series Appearance
2018 Jun 1425m 56s
The 2018 softball team qualified for the NAIA World Series for the fist time in school history. Five of the players--Caitlyn Carter, Kaylyn Graham, Abbi Gooch, Annalise Jarnagin, and Hannah Wright--stop by to discuss their experience in the national tournament, the victory in the regional bracket, and quirky team rituals and superstitions.
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