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  • Keaton-Lima Publishes 'War Is Not Just for Heroes'

    U.S. Marine Corps combat correspondent Claude R. "Red" Canup wasn't required to keep personal copies of the dispatches he sent out while covering the war in the Pacific, during World War II. He did so, however, and "War Is Not Just for Heroes," edited by his daughter, 1970 Lander College graduate Dr. Linda M. Canup Keaton-Lima, is the result.
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  • Lander fetes retired faculty and staff

    Lander University held its annual retiree's brunch on Thursday, April 26, honoring members of the faculty and staff, most of whom spent many years in the classroom, administrative positions and elsewhere on campus.
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  • Lander Continuing Education offers course studying Lake Greenwood

    As part of its summer program, Lander University's Office of Continuing Education has scheduled a 10-day program focusing on Lake Greenwood, studying how the lake and its watershed are profoundly affected by natural processes and human-induced changes.
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  • Lander's Dance Team wins Regional and national honors

    Lander University's Cheerleaders and Dance Team enjoyed a successful record in competitive events this spring. Both groups were entered in the Peach Belt Conference Spirit Competition, held in conjunction with the Peach Belt Conference Basketball Tournament at Columbus State University in Georgia on March 3 and, two weeks later, they competed in the Cheer Ltd. CANAM Nationals at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
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  • Lander University sets spring commencement for April 28

    Lander University will hold its spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, April 28, at 11 a.m., in the university's Finis Horne Arena. Degrees will be awarded to 296 students including 12 international students from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Finland, France, Sweden and Zimbabwe.
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  • Lander graphic design students obtain real world experiences as part of their learning process

    Students in Jim Slagle's upper-level graphic design classes at Lander University get to put their classroom training into practice by working on projects for clients beyond the campus. Slagle is an assistant professor of art at Lander.
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  • Lander's summer Continuing Education courses cover a broad range of subjects

    Lander University is accepting applications for its summer continuing education courses, the first of which will begin late in May and continue through August. Coordinator Shelley Grund said there are more than two dozen courses on the schedule, plus four small business development programs and classes to prepare high school students who are planning to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Because of their popularity, some courses have limits on enrollment.
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  • Greenwood Mayor Adams Proclaims "Tennis Week" in conjunction with PBC Tournament

    In conjunction with Lander University hosting the 2012 Peach Belt Conference Men's and Women's Tennis Championships this weekend, Greenwood Mayor Welborn Adams officially declared April 16-22 as "Tennis Week" in the City of Greenwood.
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  • Lander hosts Fuji summer science programs for students in grades 4 through 12

    Lander University is accepting applications for the annual Fuji Summer Science and Mathematics Enrichment program for students in grades four through high school hosted by the university. The program, which begins in June, is sponsored by a grant from Fuji Photo Film in Greenwood and offers talented students a challenging educational experience with opportunities for fun and a taste of university life at Lander.
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  • Staff honored for excellence