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Lander shines a spotlight on the problem of domestic violence
A small but solemn crowd of students, faculty and staff gathered on Lander University's assembly plaza today for a program titled "Futures Without Violence," scheduled as part of the national observance of Domestic Violence Month.
Lander team finishes Marine Corps Mud Run competition
Four members of the Lander University staff "got down and dirty" on Oct. 13, when they participated in the U.S. Marine Corps Ultimate Challenge Mud Run in Gaston. They were among nearly 5,800 competitors, men and women, divided into four-person teams whose mission was to conquer 36 obstacles spread over a grueling 5.2-mile course designed by a Marine Corps drill instructor.
Lander students participate in mock presidential debate
Political science students portraying Team Obama and Team Romney staged a mock presidential debate at Lander University on Tuesday, Oct. 9, an event that drew 500 spectators to Lander's Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center Auditorium.
Lander conducts grad school fair
Lander University students were able to find out more about the requirements for advanced degrees when the university held its annual Graduate School Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 9.
Lander nursing students administer flu shots
Sydney Broussard, of Traveler's Rest, a sophomore nursing student at Lander University, receives a flu shot from classmate Derquis Mitchell, a senior, from Greenwood.
Emerging Keyboard Artist Recital to Feature "Ambitious" Program
The Emerging Keyboard Artist Recital, an annual event at Lander University since 2003, continues on Thursday, Oct. 11, with a performance by pianist David Brickle.
Lander changes the date of its popular sports auction
Lander University has changed the date of its annual Bearcat Benefit Auction, which was traditionally held in November, to a spring event.
Lake Greenwood studied by professionals from Lander and Upstate Forever
A scientific and environmental examination of Lake Greenwood was undertaken recently by a team that included Dr. Austin Trousdale, assistant professor of biology at Lander University, and staff from Upstate Forever, the natural resource conservation group. The purpose of their study was to learn more about the lake.
Lander faculty and student musicians to present a German-themed collage concert
Lander University student and faculty musical ensembles will pool their talents and present a collage concert on Thursday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m., in the Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center Auditorium.
Ballentine Ford makes donation to Lander
Lander University vice president for University Advancement Ralph Patterson, left, receives a check from Bal Ballentine, owner of Ballentine Ford, who shared with Lander and eight other local nonprofit organizations a donation totaling $26,000.