More than 200 community leaders and business people ventured to Asbury University for the annual president’s breakfast Tuesday morning.
Following the meal, university president Sandra Gray, Ph.D., briefly went over some of the highlights Asbury experienced in 2010.
Those included Asbury students working at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, the school’s name change from college to university on March 5 and the involvement of students during the 2010 World Equestrian Games, which were held in Lexington last fall.
“We were the only institution that had students who were invited to perform at the games,” Gray said.
Gray also briefly spoke about the new communication arts building, the Andrew S. Miller Center for Communication Arts.
“It’s an example of what happens when folks work together,” she said. “I’ve never seen one (construction project) go as well as it did on this campus.”
The new facility will have its official dedication on March 4.