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Aislinn Labra-Arteaga
Aislinn Labra-Arteaga

This is the time of year when Hispanic heritage is observed, and Lander University senior Aislinn Labra-Arteaga is worthy of being included in the discussion. She has been president of Somos LU, which serves and promotes the interests of the Hispanic community on campus, since the second semester of her freshman year.

Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Brooke Tipton
Brooke Tipton

Offering over 90 areas of study and market-driven programs that meet the needs of the most in-demand career fields, Lander University is committed to its mission of preparing students for placement in the workforce or graduate school upon graduation. It’s because of this commitment that Lander recently unveiled its new “Commencement-to-Career Promise,” beginning for students enrolled in Lander’s graduating class of 2025.

Friday, October 1, 2021
Hannah McKinney
Hannah McKinney

Hannah McKinney, of Rock Hill, began her journey through college at the University of South Carolina before deciding to transfer to Lander University, saying that “I realized I wanted a smaller school experience.”

Thursday, September 30, 2021
Jon Holloway
Jon Holloway

Photographs of South Carolina’s rich landscapes – from the mountains to the sea – can be found hanging in a most unusual gallery of trees.

Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Amber Ballenger reading from her short story
Amber Ballenger reading from her short story

Lander University student Amber Ballenger reads from her short story, “All the Texan Poppies,” during the launch party for the 2021 edition of “New Voices,” Lander’s student journal.

Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Ashley Woodiwiss, Richard Whiting and Lucas McMillan
Ashley Woodiwiss, Richard Whiting and Lucas McMillan

Lander University’s student body and faculty was treated to a live discussion surrounding the First Amendment and media on Sept. 16. Richard Whiting, executive editor of Greenwood’s Index-Journal made his way to campus for the discussion with interested Bearcats.

Tuesday, September 28, 2021
students looking at art
students looking at art

Lander University students discuss one of numerous watercolors on display in an exhibition of works by Guy Lipscomb.

Monday, September 27, 2021
Destiny Opotzner with microscope
Destiny Opotzner with microscope

Students at Lander University are always encouraged to take advantage of co-curricular activities by joining a club or student organization. But after just one year of college, sophomore forensic science major Destiny Opotzner, of Myrtle Beach, has already joined six.

Thursday, September 23, 2021
music for meals graphic
music for meals graphic

An “all you can eat” barbecue and oyster benefit Saturday, Oct. 9, will raise funds for Lander University’s Bear Necessities Food Pantry.

Wednesday, September 22, 2021
lander tower and gazebo
lander tower and gazebo

Lander University is excited to announce a partnership with LCA Vantage Healthcare and Lopez Foundation, Inc. through a program launching health care technology and digital storytelling game design courses focused on K-12 education. The partnership has also secured federal grant funding through the authorization of the American Rescue Plan by President Biden.

Monday, September 20, 2021

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