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  • "All-Together Club" records donated to Lander

    A missing chapter in Lander University's history can now be read, thanks to an unexpected gift received by the Larry A. Jackson Library.
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  • Lander positions itself to respond to forces creating challenges for education

    Like other schools and institutions of higher education, Lander University is challenged by the economic uncertainty confronting the nation and its impact on the ability of schools to prepare students to thrive in a global economy. But, president Daniel Ball said the university is continuing to look for better ways of delivering educational opportunities.
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  • Lander to present production of The Trojan Women, Oct. 5-9

    Lander University's Department of Mass Communication and Theatre will begin their production season with "The Trojan Women," by Euripides. Performances are Wednesday-Saturday, Oct. 5-8, at 8 p.m., with matinee performances Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 8-9, at 3 p.m. All performances will take place in Lander's Green Room Studio, Abney Cultural Center, Room 220.
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  • Lander schedules faculty music recital

    The Lander University Department of Music will present a faculty recital featuring Dr. Richard Thomas, cello, and Dr. Jun Matsuo, piano, on Monday, Oct. 3. The recital will be held in the Barksdale Recital Hall in Lander's Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center, beginning at 8 p.m. Thomas and Matsuo will offer a program of rarely played works, both old and new, by Beethoven, Pärt, Halffter, Cilèa.
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  • Launch Party Set for Lander Review

    The public is invited to a launch party for the 2010-2011 Lander Review, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27.
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  • Lander media expert receives prestigious award

    Paul Crutcher, broadcast and emerging media specialist at Lander University, left, receives the Second Annual Mary Frances Poole Alston Award from university president Daniel Ball. Crutcher is also the manager of XLR, Lander’s radio station, and host of his own daily show on the station.
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  • Japanese Tea Ceremony held at Lander

    William Holt, a tea master of the Higo Koryu School of Tea in Japan, conducts a tea ceremony at Lander University as part of the university's Focus on Japan observance. He also described the traditions associated with the ceramic vessels used in the ceremony, many of which he made.
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  • Lander's nursing program receives accreditation and new leadership

    Dr. Robbie South has been appointed chair of Lander University's William Preston Turner Department of Nursing, succeeding Bernice Daugherty who held the position for more than three years. Daugherty has returned to the classroom full time to continue teaching enhanced physical assessment and other subjects. She was also appointed director of the online R.N. to B.S.N. completion option, which South had directed since 2007.
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  • Lander to welcome students from six continents

    Lander University welcomed nearly 60 international students when it opened its doors for the fall semester on Sept. 1. The students are from 23 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and two are from Australia and four from Canada.
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  • Lander Trustees to Meet

    The Lander University Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 1:30 p.m. in the F. Mitchell Johnson Board Room. The following standing committees will meet at 11 a.m. that morning: Academic Affairs Committee, Carnell Learning Center Room 228; Finance and Facilities Committee, Carnell Learning Center Room 112; Institutional Advancement Committee, Grier Student Center Room 312; and Student Affairs/Intercollegiate Athletics Committee, Grier Student Center Room 348.
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