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  • Lander students honored for co-curricular service

    This spring, Lander University recognized its co-curricular standouts for the 2013-14 academic year, presenting the top students and student organizations with special awards for service at the university’s annual Student Life Awards ceremony, held at the conclusion of the semester.
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  • Lander Leadership Conference Called 'A Tremendous Success'

    In January of last year, when Shelby Dominick Reed was hired as Lander University's director of Student Activities, one of the tasks she was given was reviving the Lander Leadership Conference.
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  • Lander students honored for co-curricular service

    Lander University recently recognized its co-curricular standouts for the 2012-13 academic year, presenting the top students and student organizations with special awards for service at the university's annual Student Life Awards ceremony, held at the conclusion of the spring semester.
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  • Lander hosts Strongest Bearcat competition for National Fitness Day

    In honor of the NIRSA: Leaders in Collegiate Recreation National Fitness Day, Lander University's Department of Campus Recreation and Intramurals hosted a strength challenge, where students could compete for the title of "Strongest Bearcat."
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  • Shanghai university educators and students visit Lander

    Randy Bouknight, standing right, Lander University's vice president for Student Affairs, hosted a meeting of his staff with a visiting delegation from Shanghai Normal University in China, one of Lander's 11 sister institutions in Asia.
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  • Lander students donate canned food and a check to local agencies

    The pantry shelves at the Food Bank of Greenwood County are a little fuller as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches thanks to the generosity of the campus community at Lander University, led by members of the university's Greek organizations.
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  • Lander Students, Parents Enjoy Parents Day

    "Lander in the 1920s" was the theme of this year's Parents Day, which featured 20s-era yearbooks, newspapers and photographs; a 20s-era costume contest and the nostalgic sounds of the Blair Crimmins band. Among the estimated 800 in attendance were Hollis Kimbrell, a special education major from Rock Hill, and her mother, Heather Oliver; and Samuel Mauney, a business administration major from Pawley's Island, and his parents Dena and David.
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  • Lander's annual Parents Day events scheduled for November

    Lander University is preparing for its traditional Parents Day celebration which gives students and members of their families an opportunity to spend time together exploring the campus and enjoying a variety of activities.
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