News & Events

HLGU Announces Fall Production – The Importance of Being Earnest

The Hannibal-LaGrange University Theatre Department will be presenting three performances of Oscar Wilde’s classic, The Importance of Being Earnest November 15-17 in the Parker Theatre of the Roland Fine Arts Center. This captivating story is a delight from the first cucumber sandwich on as Jack’s double life catches up with him. As the story develops, …

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HLGU Homecoming, Trojan Pride Makes for Another Great Weekend

Hannibal-LaGrange University cherishes yet another successful Homecoming full of past and present students taking pride in the University. Homecoming weekend ran from October 5-6. The weekend included a variety of Homecoming traditions such as a banquet, alumni games, the alumni art show, and the crowning of Homecoming King and Queen. This year, Homecoming honored HLGU …

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Free Concert with Anavitarte

View concert flyer HLGU is hosting a free concert with singer-songwriter Erskin Anavitarte on Wednesday, October 17, at 7 pm. The event will be held in the Roland Fine Arts Center and is open to the public. Erskin is a Texas-born and Nashville-based artist of many passions. He is a singer-songwriter, diversity spokesman, and adoption …

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2018 Alumni Award Winners

Dr. Sherri Elliott-Thomas Hannibal-LaGrange University recognized the annual alumni award winners during the 2018 Homecoming Entertainment on Friday, October 6. The Distinguished Alumnus Award was presented to Dr. Sherri Elliott-Thomas ‘86. This award is presented to an HLGU graduate for significant and broad accomplishments in business or professional life, or for state or nation. Born …

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Missouri Artist Featured By HLGU Art Department

Hannibal-LaGrange University’s Art Department is proud to announce an exhibit featuring the late Missouri artist, Bill Krehmeier. The exhibit will be open October 6 through November 9 at the Hagerman Art Gallery in the Roland Fine Arts Center. Bill Krehmeier was born in Monette, MO. He studied in his home state, earning his teaching degree …

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