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Lander schedules SAT prep course for February, 2016
Registrations are being accepted by Lander University for a course of study to prepare high school students to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).
Four choirs to come together to perform Handel's "Messiah"
What might be the largest choir ever to appear in the Greenwood County area, 150 voices strong, will come together this month to perform G.F. Handel’s “Messiah.”
Lander Alumnus Rescues Historic Tale of SC WWII Veterans
Lander groups raise money for women's and men's cancer programs
Participants in Lander University’s CrossFit and Campus Recreation programs raised money as part of their observance of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Lander student's radio documentary wins prestigious national award
A Lander University mass communication major has won a top prize in a national competition conducted by College Broadcasters Inc. (CBI), at its convention in Minneapolis on Oct. 21.
Lander faculty members, students share informal mealtime discussions
Educators are always looking for opportunities to reach students to help make their learning experiences more meaningful. Last year, Lander University faculty member Dr. Josie Ryan came up with the idea of inviting students to have dinner with her in Lander’s Dining Hall.
Lander presents recital with violist Matthew Darsey Oct. 22
Lander University’s Department of Music will present a recital, featuring violist Matthew Darsey, titled "Degenerates, Exiles, and Prisoners of the Third Reich," on Thursday, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m. in Lander’s Barksdale Recital Hall.
Wind Ensemble Prepares for ‘Watery’ Show
Lander Professor to Perform in Russia
Lander to host exhibition featuring two local artists
Lander University’s Monsanto Gallery is preparing to host an exhibition featuring the works of local artists Robert Poe and Roger Stevenson. The exhibition, “Beyond Boundaries,” will run from Oct. 21 to Nov. 19.