H (Hacky Sac to Human Resources Office)
Capitalize the trademark name of the footbag.
This spelling is preferred over Chanukah.
Capitalize the first letter of the first word in a headline and other proper names
(Example: "Advancement reaches fundraising goal in record time"; "Baseball team's
DeSalvo honored by Ohio Athletic Conference"). When using quotation marks in
headlines, use single marks instead of double. Shortcuts, such as numerals and %, are
Two words. When used as a compound adjective (health care provider), do not hyphenate
Hermann Fine Arts Center (HFAC)
Acceptable on first reference, but official name is Grover M. Hermann Fine Arts Center.
Houses the Edward E. MacTaggart Department of Music on the second and third floors.
Also home to the Art Department, which exhibits on both the second and third floors,
and Theatre Department, which uses the Friederich Theatre and two side stages.
Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
The organization that accredits Marietta College.
Do not use this construction when trying to be gender sensitive in an article. Instead,
alternate between using his and her.
A person whose ancestors come from Spain. See Latino.
When preceded by an article, use "an" (an historic day).
holidays and holy days
Capitalize official well-known celebrations. (Examples: Christmas Day, Fourth of July,
Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Valentine's Day)
Two words. The front page of a particular Web site.
Capitalize it as long as it refers specifically to Marietta College's event. It's acceptable to
include the year (Example: Homecoming 2006 or Homecoming '06).
LL.D. degree is the Doctor of Laws degree, and L.H.D. degree is Doctor of Humane
Letters degree. Be explicit in the text that these are honorary degrees.
Honors Program, The
Capitalize it as long as it refers specifically to Marietta College. Offers students with high
scholastic ability and keen intellectual curiosity a stimulating and challenging academic
environment in which to pursue their education.
Human Resources Office
Should be plural.