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  • Lander Trustees to have meeting Dec. 7

    The Lander University Board of Trustees will have a conference call meeting at 9 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 7., in the F. Mitchell Johnson Board Room of the Carnell Learning Center.
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  • Lander Trustees to meet Dec. 16

    The next meeting of the Lander University Board of Trustees is scheduled for 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, in the F. Mitchell Johnson Board Room of the Carnell Learning Center.
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  • The first female general in S.C. Army National Guard history to deliver Lander commencement address

    Brigadier General Darlene M. Goff, a Lander University graduate and the first woman promoted to general in the history of the South Carolina Army National Guard (SCANG), will deliver the commencement address to 191 degree candidates at Lander's graduation ceremony, Saturday, Dec. 17, at 11 a.m., in the university's Finis Horne Arena.
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  • Fifth Lander student chosen for Washington, D.C., Semester internship

    A knee injury sidelined student-athlete Ryan McNulty, of Jacksonville, Fla., from playing baseball next spring, but he is not wasting time bemoaning his situation. After finding out that he would be unable to play, he turned his attention to an academic opportunity that will take him on the road to the nation's capital beginning in January.
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  • Lander Dancers Fall 2011 Concert Dec. 5 and 6

    The stage is set for the Lander Dance Company's Fall 2011 Concert, which will feature several dance numbers, including one inspired by the much-loved holiday classic, "The Nutcracker."
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  • Lander equestrian team scores five firsts in intercollegiate competition

    Riders from 14 colleges and universities and two alumni divisions competed when Lander University's Equestrian Center hosted its second annual Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) event on Nov. 19. The schools are in IHSA Zone 5, Region 2. The two-day show featured 19 different competitive events.
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  • Jazz Ensemble Readies for Show

    When it comes time to plan a concert for the Lander University Jazz Ensemble, associate professor of music Robert Gardiner has two goals: entertaining his audience and challenging his musicians. The group's Thursday, Dec. 8, show, he thinks, will do both.
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  • Karkowskas Teach Master Class at Brewer

    Virtuoso violinist Anna Karkowska instructs sixth-grader Uriah Edwards on how to grip the violin during a master class Monday at Brewer Middle School. Karkowska performed Monday night at Lander University with her sister, Kasha, a concert pianist, as part of the Greenwood-Lander Performing Arts series.
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  • Lander and 10 other Teaching Fellows institutions cited for their program to train and retain teachers

    Lander University is one of 11 state colleges and universities in South Carolina participating in the state's Teaching Fellows program, which has won the first Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for highly effective initiatives in the state.
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  • Neufeld to conduct first concert as head of Lander's choral program

    Recently when asked how he got his start in music, Lander University associate professor of music Dr. Charles Neufeld quickly drew a deep breath and said, "I've been making music all of my life." With an exhale of relief and a glow of pride in contemplating this journey, he continued, "I started singing in church and school choirs when I was in the first grade. I started performing in the fourth grade. And by the time I was in the sixth grade I was doing the lead in my school's Christmas show."
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