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  • Lander theatre students to stage production of a play described as inspiring and transforming

    Students and faculty in Lander University's Department of Mass Communication and Theatre are collaborating on a production of the play "for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuff," a stark portrayal of the struggles and obstacles faced by women in general and black women in particular.
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  • Lander faculty member receives prestigious award for enhancing the university's reach

    Lander University associate professor of chemistry Dr. Lisa Brodhacker has been chosen to receive The Mary Frances Poole Alston Award, which is presented to a faculty or staff member for providing visibility for Lander throughout the state of South Carolina, the United States and the world.
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  • Lander president underscores efforts to reduce costs for students while upholding program quality

    Lander University President Daniel Ball said there are "no silver bullets" for solving problems created by challenging economic times, challenges that include cuts in state aid to colleges and universities. But, he told his annual State of the University audience on Monday, Lander administrators at all levels are continually looking for opportunities to lessen the financial burden on students without sacrificing the quality of programs.
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  • Lander students get a taste of what goes into preparing for a national party convention

    Five Lander University political science students and two professors were in Charlotte, N.C., in the days leading up to the Democratic National Convention. It was part of a program organized by Winthrop University's John C. West Forum for Politics and Policy, a nonpartisan organization dedicated to improving civic engagement. The purpose of the three-day program was to enlighten students about government and politics. Lander was one of 10 institutions of higher education in South Carolina that participated in the event.
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  • Dailey & Vincent kick off 2012-2013 GLPA season

    Greenwood Lander Performing Arts will raise the curtain on its 66th season with a performance by Dailey & Vincent, described by music critics as the "hottest band in bluegrass." The duo and the four members of their band will take the stage of the Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center Auditorium at Lander University on Monday, Oct. 8, at 7:30 p.m.
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  • Lander ROTC cadets taken by helicopter to training exercise

    Seven members of Lander University's Reserve Office Training Corps (ROTC) unit boarded a helicopter that landed on campus today and were whisked off to a casualty evacuation training session at the Whitten Center in Clinton. Another five cadets, who have not signed ROTC contracts yet, were taken by motor vehicle to the training site.
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  • Fall course offerings scheduled for Lander's continuing education program

    Applications are being accepted for Lander University's fall continuing education courses that cover a wide landscape of interests and skills ranging from digital photography to small business and professional development. There is also a class for high school students looking to improve their scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).
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  • New date for Lander's Chinese language course

    Lander University's Continuing Education Office has changed the starting date for the conversational Chinese language program being offered as part of its fall program.
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  • New members appointed to Lander Foundation Board of Trustees

    Lander University has announced seven appointments to the Board of Trustees of The Lander Foundation, which was created in 1948 as the policy-making board of the university.
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  • C'mon Baby Light My Fire!

    Carolina Sadurski, of Greenwood, held a handful of fire for a split second as part of a thermodynamics demonstration during a recent Fuji Summer Science and Mathematics program at Lander University. Sadurski, a sixth- grader at Westview Middle School, was one of 18 students in the class led by Dr. David Slimmer, dean of Lander's College of Science and Mathematics, left.
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