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  • Lander music department presents faculty recital, Oct. 27

    Lander University’s music department will present a faculty recital on Monday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. in the Barksdale Recital Hall, in the university’s Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center. Pianist Amy Blackwood and cellist Dr. Richard Thomas will offer a program of twentieth-century master works for cello and piano.
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  • S.C. Superintendent of Education Candidates to Debate at Lander Oct. 15

    Lander University will host a debate featuring the candidates for S.C. Superintendent of Education on Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 6:30 p.m., in the Josephine B Abney Cultural Center Auditorium.
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  • Another Successful Voter Registration Drive at Lander

    There are 72 new registered voters at Lander University thanks to a recent voter registration drive at the university.
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  • Lander President Delivers State of the University Address

    Lander University President Dr. Daniel Ball delivered the final State of the University Address of his presidency on Tuesday, Sept. 22, and he gave some parting advice to faculty, staff and his successor. Ball will retire as Lander’s president at the end of June 2015, after serving 15 years as the university’s chief executive.
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  • Ice Bucket Challenges answered at Lander

    Lander University President Daniel accepted a dare from the members of the university’s volleyball team and underwent the Ice Bucket Challenge, the national fad whose goal is to raise funds for ALS research.
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  • Lander and DHEC partner to conduct a unique disaster drill on campus

    Lander University will be the location of a disaster drill testing the emergency response capabilities of the university and the state’s Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC). The drill is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10, from 3:45 to 6 p.m. Rodney Boyter, Lander’s director of safety, said the disaster simulation will center on the release of a biologic agent on campus. The drill is part of the Cities Readiness Initiative of the Federal Centers for Disease Control, which responds by dispensing antidotes and antibiotics to a metropolitan area that has been subjected to a bioterrorist attack.
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