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2015
    • College sets enrollment records

      College sets enrollment records
      Aug. 27, 2015
      LaGrange College is welcoming its largest class of incoming undergraduate students this fall, the second record-breaking class in three years.
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    • College appoints community leader to Servant Scholars post

      College appoints community leader to Servant Scholars post
      Aug. 11, 2015
      Ricky Wolfe of LaGrange has been named to a position on the leadership team of the college's Servant Scholars program. He will be joining Dr. Jack Slay, founding director, in the endeavor.
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    • Philanthropy and Development students return for summer session

      Philanthropy and Development students return for summer session
      Aug. 3, 2015
      Fundraisers, leaders and nonprofit professionals from across the country convened on campus in July for the second summer chapter of the college's new Philanthropy and Development master's degree program.
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    • New LIFT students to begin leadership program Aug. 4

      New LIFT students to begin leadership program Aug. 4
      July 23, 2015
      The 2015-16 Leaders Inspired for Tomorrow class will gather on campus Aug. 4 to begin the yearlong leadership development program.
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    • Pastor donates Georgia Methodist history collection to college

      Pastor donates Georgia Methodist history collection to college
      June 22, 2015
      When the Rev. Dr. Harold Lawrence retires from the ministry this summer, he will leave behind a treasure trove of research about Georgia Methodist history, material he's been gathering since 1974.
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    • New counseling master's program begins this fall

      New counseling master's program begins this fall
      June 2, 2015
      A new master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is being launched this fall, partly in response to repeated requests from students, said Dr. Brenda Callahan, Assistant Professor of Psychological Science and the program's coordinator.
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    • LaGrange College commencement focuses on service to others

      LaGrange College commencement focuses on service to others
      May 14, 2015
      Under a bright blue sky, LaGrange College awarded diplomas to 243 graduates during its 184th commencement ceremonies Saturday morning.
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    • Retired Columbus chamber chief to speak at luncheon

      Retired Columbus chamber chief to speak at luncheon
      May 14, 2015
      The former president and CEO of the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce will be the featured speaker at the annual Business and Community Leaders Luncheon at noon May 21 at Del'avant.
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    • Music director ready to strike up the bands

      Commencement exercises to spotlight graduates
      May 13, 2015
      LaGrange College will award more than 240 diplomas during commencement exercises at 8:30 a.m. Saturday on the Residential Quad.
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    • Old Testament scholar to speak at baccalaureate

      Old Testament scholar to speak at baccalaureate
      May 13, 2015
      The Rev. Dr. Brent A. Shawn, professor of Old Testament at Emory University's Candler School of Theology, will be the featured speaker at Friday's baccalaureate service at 5 p.m. at First United Methodist Church of LaGrange.
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    • Music director ready to strike up the bands

      Music director ready to strike up the bands
      May 11, 2015
      It has been a busy month for Josh Roberts, the college's new Director of Bands. He's begun recruiting musicians and recently held the first of several auditions. He's also laying the foundation for what he calls his biggest goal.
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    • Alumni nurses to discuss work with Ebola

      Alumni nurses to discuss work with Ebola
      May 4, 2015
      Medical professionals and LaGrange College graduates who worked with Ebola cases at Emory Healthcare in Atlanta will be on campus at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, in Dickson Assembly Room to talk about their experiences.
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    • Career Center welcomes new director, adds internship coordinator

      Career Center welcomes new director, adds internship coordinator
      April 30, 2015
      LaGrange College is expanding its Career Development Center with the addition of new director Dr. Karen Pruett and Caitlin Sutton as Internship Coordinator and Career Advisor. Dr. Pruett was hired following the departure of longtime Director Diana Goldwire.
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    • Croatian people key to country's economic success

      Croatian people key to country's economic success
      April 27, 2015
      In her academic life, Dr. Mariangela Vecchiarini specializes in entrepreneurship and innovation.
      But the Assistant Professor of Business at LaGrange College came by her forward-looking focus the old-fashioned way – she was inspired by her father.
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    • 'The Misanthrope' satirizes sincerity and society

      'The Misanthrope' satirizes sincerity and society
      April 21, 2015
      "The Misanthrope," LaGrange College Theatre's latest production, looks at a world filled with deceit, insincerity and a fascination with gossip – issues that might be familiar to a modern audience.
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    • Students travel across country to serve

      Students travel across country to serve
      April 13, 2015
      Joshua Roberts, associate director of bands at Newnan High School, has been named full-time Director of Bands at LaGrange College. He will be establishing a new marching and pep band program in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, as well as teaching music courses and conducting ensembles.
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    • LaGrange College names new Director of Bands

      College names new Director of Bands
      April 6, 2015
      Joshua Roberts, associate director of bands at Newnan High School, has been named full-time Director of Bands at LaGrange College. He will be establishing a new marching and pep band program in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, as well as teaching music courses and conducting ensembles.
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    • Landmark to reflect Autism Awareness Day

      Landmark to reflect Autism Awareness Day
      March 30, 2015
      LaGrange College will be in good company Thursday as it lights the clock tower blue in observance of World Autism Awareness Day.
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    • Leadership Council celebrates 25 years

      Leadership Council celebrates 25 years
      March 25, 2015
      Campus and community leaders came together last week to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the LaGrange College Leadership Council. The occasion was marked with two days of events, including a reception, dinner and symposium, along with the inaugural presentation of a new college award.
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    • John Lippincott

      National authority on advancement joins faculty
      March 16, 2015
      John Lippincott, president emeritus of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, has been named to the faculty of LaGrange College's new Philanthropy and Development master's program.
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    • College sponsors trip to Selma for Bloody Sunday observance College sponsors trip to Selma for Bloody Sunday observance
      March 16, 2015
      Senior Kadeshia Brown stood on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., and was awestruck.
      Stretched as far as she could see were tens of thousands of people who had traveled to Selma, just like her, to remember and honor the Civil Rights heroes who took a stand on that bridge 50 years ago.
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    • Alumna stepping into Azalea Storytelling spotlight Alumna stepping into Azalea Storytelling spotlight
      March 2, 2015
      After serving as emcee for the Azalea Storytelling Festival for 10 years, things are going to be different for Carol Howington Cain '85 this year. She will be performing on the main stage as a featured storyteller, joining some of her mentors and biggest supporters.
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    • 3D Journeys spurs interest from Croatia National Radio Cast creates havoc, fun in Shakespeare comedy
      Feb. 16, 2015
      Love and betrayal, mischief and magic, fairies and fun will fill the stage during LaGrange College Theatre's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
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      3D Journeys spurs interest from Croatia National Radio 3D Journeys spurs interest from Croatia National Radio
      Feb. 11, 2015
      A reporter from Croatia National Radio interviewed Provost David Garrison and Business Professor Dr. Mariangela Vecchiarini recently for a broadcast in that country.

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    • Biology professor pays tribute to former colleague with memorial hike Hike honors late professor
      Feb. 9, 2015
      When Dr. William Paschal, Professor of Biology, decided to participate in last year's #Panther Promise, he saw it as a great opportunity to honor Dr. John Hurd, his late friend and colleague.

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    2014

    • School system agrees to sale of West Side to LaGrange College School system agrees to sale of West Side to LaGrange College
      Dec. 19, 2014
      The former West Side Magnet School may soon have a new owner. Troup County's Board of Education agreed Thursday to the sale of the property to LaGrange College for $1 million.

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    • Annual service is college's gift to community Annual service is college's gift to community
      Dec. 3, 2014
      LaGrange College will present its annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Callaway Auditorium.

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    • Week's events bring the world to the Hill Week's events bring the world to the Hill
      Nov. 17, 2014
      From rugby to Polynesian dance, foreign films to international cuisine, International Education Week will offer students opportunities to expand their global horizons.

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    • Art students create with area cancer patients Art students create with area cancer patients
      Nov. 11, 2014
      Fran Griffin of LaGrange loves art therapy classes at West Georgia Health. She is a breast cancer survivor, and she said she finds solace and support in the hospital's program.

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    • Cuban-American author, storyteller coming to campus Cuban-American author, storyteller coming to campus
      Oct. 31, 2014
      Renowned storyteller and children's author Carmen Agra Deedy will visit campus Tuesday to talk with students and present "A Night of Storytelling" at 7 p.m. in Dickson Assembly Room.

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    • Homecoming 2014 New Saturday courses to focus on computer skills
      Oct. 21, 2014
      LaGrange College is offering a series of Saturday classes designed to help participants build their computer skills. The courses begin Oct. 25.

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    • Homecoming 2014 Come Together' for Homecoming 2014
      Oct. 14, 2014
      This year's Homecoming festivities will offer Panther friends, family and alumni a chance to come together to celebrate everything that is great about LaGrange College, according to Martha Pirkle, Director of Alumni and Community Relations.

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    • College to honor outstanding alumni at Homecoming College to honor outstanding alumni at Homecoming
      Oct. 3, 2014
      LaGrange College will celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding alumni during Homecoming activities Oct. 17-19.

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    • Colleges sign nursing agreement Colleges sign nursing agreement
      Oct. 3, 2014
      The path to a bachelor's degree for area nursing students became smoother last week with the signing of an articulation agreement between West Georgia Technical College and LaGrange College.

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    • Lecture series sets sights on Croatia Lecture series sets sights on Croatia
      Sept. 29, 2014
      This year's 3D Journeys travel experience and lecture series at LaGrange College will focus on Croatia, one of Europe's top destinations.

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    • College's enrollment sees growth trend College's enrollment sees growth trend
      Sept. 16, 2014
      Though the number of college-bound high school graduates declined nationwide in 2014 for the third straight year, LaGrange College continues to make strides in enrollment, according to fall registration numbers.

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    • President calls state of the college 'robust' President calls state of the college 'robust'
      Sept. 16, 2014
      There is a lot to celebrate these days at LaGrange College, said President Dan McAlexander during his annual State of the College address Sept. 11.

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    • /news/panther-club-athletes.html Panther Club energizes student-athletes
      Aug. 30, 2014
      There was a lot of celebrating going on Sunday as the Panther Club presented championship rings to the men's basketball team in honor of its 2014 USA South tournament title.

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    • Former mayor brings skills, passion to college post Former mayor brings skills, passion to college post
      Aug. 25, 2014
      This year's First Week activities will include opportunities for fun and for service.

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    • Festivities offer fun ways to begin new academic year Festivities offer fun ways to begin new academic year
      Aug. 13, 2014
      This year's First Week activities will include opportunities for fun and for service.

      Dr. Marc Shook, Associate Provost and Dean of Student Engagement, said the events are designed to help first-year students as they transition to college life.

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    • Longtime chemistry professor passes away Longtime chemistry professor passes away
      July 30, 2014
      Patrick Mills "P.M." Hicks, who served as a Professor of Chemistry and Physics at the college for 40 years, passed away Tuesday.

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    • New LIFT class ready for leadership program New LIFT class ready for leadership program
      July 17, 2014
      The 2014-15 class of Leaders Inspired for Tomorrow will convene Aug. 6 for its yearlong leadership development program.

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    • New project puts college history online New project puts college history online
      July 7, 2014
      Have you ever wondered what classes were offered at the LaGrange Female Institute (now LaGrange College) in 1848, or what the rules were for visiting off campus in 1932? (Hint: It involved a letter from parents to the president of the college).
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    • 2014 Presidential Scholarships awarded Professors raise over $4,000 for students with #PantherPromise
      June 9, 2014
      From New York to Dallas, from Los Angeles to Taipei, alumni rallied behind their professors through #PantherPromise, a social media campaign this past week that raised $4,335 to support LaGrange College students and boosted alumni giving participation.
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    • 2014 Presidential Scholarships awarded 2014 Presidential Scholarships awarded
      May 17, 2014
      LaGrange College has awarded six incoming students with the institution's most prestigious Presidential Scholarships.
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    • College awards 216 degrees during commencement College awards 216 degrees during commencement
      May 17, 2014
      Although the morning was a bit cooler than usual, the atmosphere was warm as LaGrange College honored 216 graduates during its 183rd commencement ceremonies Saturday.
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    • Pinewood Studios developer to speak at luncheon Pinewood Studios developer to speak at luncheon
      May 14, 2014
      Jim I. Pace Jr., lead developer of Pinewood Atlanta Studio, will speak at the Business and Community Leaders Luncheon at noon May 22 at Del'avant in downtown LaGrange.
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    • LaGrange College, Under Armour join forces LaGrange College, Under Armour join forces
      May 12, 2014
      LaGrange College and Under Armour have announced a new partnership that will make the global leader in performance footwear and apparel the exclusive supplier for the school's 16 athletic teams.
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    • Hawkins elected as LaGrange College Board Chair Hawkins elected as LaGrange College Board Chair
      May 9, 2014
      Dr. Scott D. Hawkins has been elected Chairman of the LaGrange College Board of Trustees. He replaces Bill Hodges, who rotated off the board at its meeting on April 25.
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    • Singers win state, regional recognition Singers win state, regional recognition
      April 29, 2014
      Seven music students have been racking up state and regional honors this year. They all study voice with Dr. Toni Anderson, who heads the college's Music Department.
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    • Author, activist to give commencement address Author, activist to give commencement address
      April 25, 2014
      Award-winning author, naturalist and activist Janisse Ray will be the speaker for this year's commencement ceremonies, while the Rev. Herbert Robinson Marbury, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East at Vanderbilt University, will deliver the baccalaureate address.
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    • 3D Journeys talk to compare Spain with the South 3D Journeys talk to compare Spain with the South
      April 25, 2014
      Scars from a long-ago civil war, the growing power of women in politics, globalization, international trade and the specter of terrorism are all things this area grapples with on a daily basis. Sounds like the South? You would be correct, but these also describe concerns in Spain.
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    • Production examines perceptions of truth Production examines perceptions of truth
      April 23, 2014
      The age-old questions of "What is the truth and who do you believe?" are at the center of LaGrange College Theatre Arts' production of "Shadow Hour," which opens Wednesday and runs through April 27 at Price Theater.

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    • Golf: CHAMPIONS! Howard led Panthers capture USA South Tournament championship Golf: CHAMPIONS! Howard led Panthers capture USA South Tournament championship
      April 14, 2014
      ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. - LaGrange captured its first USA South Golf Tournament championship Sunday at the Benvenue Country Club.

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    • Accountancy grad earns national award Accountancy grad earns national award
      April 7, 2014
      "This award is very special," Dr. Rosencrants said. "The CPA exam has a reputation of being extremely difficult and the pass rate is not high. Not only did Trae pass all four parts the first time he took them, he passed them with above a 95.5 average. It really is a remarkable achievement."

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    • College kicks off Philanthropy Celebration Week College kicks off Philanthropy Celebration Week
      March 1, 2014
      CHAMPIONS!!! LaGrange roared past Huntingdon 94-84 to claim its first USA South Tournament championship Saturday at Maryville College's Boydson Baird Gymnasium.

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    • CHAMPIONS! Panthers roar past Huntingdon to claim USA South tournament title CHAMPIONS! Panthers roar past Huntingdon to claim USA South
      tournament title

      March 1, 2014
      CHAMPIONS!!! LaGrange roared past Huntingdon 94-84 to claim its first USA South Tournament championship Saturday at Maryville College's Boydson Baird Gymnasium.

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    • Evans named head men's soccer coach Evans named head men's soccer coach
      Feb. 24, 2014
      Matthew Evans has been named new head men's soccer coach at LaGrange College, according to Athletic Director Jennifer Claybrook.

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    • Professor to share love of Spain with 3D audience Professor to share love of Spain with 3D audience
      Feb. 21, 2014
      Dr. Amanda Plumlee, coordinator of the college's Latin American Studies and Modern Languages program, has enthusiastically led student tours of Spain since she joined the faculty in 1996.

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    • Rye Barcott Ex-Marine to share journey of service, peace
      Feb. 19, 2014
      Rye Barcott was an undergraduate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2000 when he traveled to Kenya to spend half of his summer in Kibera, the largest slum in Nairobi. He wanted to learn firsthand about ethnic conflict, something he knew he would face during his deployment.

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    • New master's in Philanthropy and Development to begin New master's in Philanthropy and Development to begin
      Feb. 19, 2014
      A new Master of Arts degree program in Philanthropy and Development will begin in June.

      The 25-month course of study will combine two-week summer immersion experiences on campus with online coursework to be completed in the fall and spring semesters.

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    • Civil War comes home in lectures Civil War comes home in lectures
      Feb. 14, 2014
      Dr. Charles Evans, retired Professor of Psychological Science, will be discussing two Georgia Civil War battles during lectures Feb. 18 at Frank and Laura Lewis Library. The first will be at 11:15 a.m., and the second talk will be at 7:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
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    • Lee Walburn Work of renowned journalist, college alumnus celebrated
      Feb. 7, 2014
      Lee Walburn '59, award-winning journalist and LaGrange native, returned to his alma mater Feb. 7 to mark the publication of his new book, "Just My Type, 50 Years Preserved in Ink," a collection of favorite works from his five-decade career. Walburn was the guest of honor at a public reception and book signing at Lewis Library.

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    • Brown to return to church pastorate Read to lead cross country program
      Feb. 4, 2014
      Chris Read has been named the new head cross country coach at LaGrange College, according to Athletic Director Jennifer Claybrook. Read takes over for Matt Donnett, who now will focus solely on coaching Panther men's and women's tennis.

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    • Brown to return to church pastorate Brown to return to church pastorate
      Jan. 31, 2014
      The Rev. Dr. Quincy Brown has decided to return to the church pastorate this summer and leave his post as Vice President of Spiritual Life and Church Relations at LaGrange College.

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    • Jamie Thomas named as Panthers' new head coach Jamie Thomas named as Panthers' new head coach
      Jan. 27, 2014
      Jamie Thomas has been named new head volleyball coach at LaGrange College, according to Athletic Director Jennifer Claybrook.

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    • Psychology professor: 35 years in the classroom – and counting Psychology professor: 35 years in the classroom – and counting
      Jan. 21, 2014
      Dr. Charles Kraemer '71, Professor of Psychology, smiles as he thinks back over his first 35 years at LaGrange College. There have been honors and recognitions, but there is one designation that still makes him grin.

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    • Exhibit marks fraternity's 50 years of service Exhibit marks fraternity's 50 years of service
      Jan. 13, 2014
      The 50th anniversary of the Theta Nu Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity is the subject of a new exhibit at Frank and Laura Lewis Library. An opening reception will be at 3 p.m. Jan. 17.

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    2013
    • LaGrange College earns reaccreditation LaGrange College accreditation reaffirmed
      Dec. 11, 2013
      LaGrange College's accreditation has been reaffirmed for the next 10 years by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, according to President Dan McAlexander.
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    • Departments work to prepare students for careers Departments work to prepare students for careers
      Dec. 6, 2013
      Goldwire is Director of the Career Development Center, and Prater heads up the SOURCE (Student Opportunity, Undergraduate Resources and Community Engagement) Center. They work together to help students discover their passions, and then prepare them for meaningful careers.
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    • Events to herald Christmas season Events to herald Christmas season
      Nov. 22, 2013
      The holiday season is just around the corner, and the college is ready to usher it in with music, scripture, fun, snow – and reindeer.

      The annual Christmas on the Hill will be 5-8 p.m. Dec. 3, and the Service of Nine Lessons and Carols will be at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8 in Callaway Auditorium. Both events are free and open to the public.    more...



    • HungerU bus tour makes campus stop HungerU bus tour makes campus stop
      Nov. 8, 2013
      HungerU is an initiative of the Farm Journal Foundation designed to educate college students about the significance of modern agriculture and how it affects the world's food crisis. The college's involvement with Stop Hunger.   more...



    • Roar Tour hits the road in Southeast Roar Tour hits the road in Southeast
      Nov. 4, 2013
      As this year's Homecoming theme proclaimed, LaGrange College has a lot to "roar" about these days – the largest freshman class ever, a gorgeously restored Price Theater and students who shine in academics, athletics and service to the campus and community.
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    • Smokey Joes Cafe 'Smokey Joes Cafe' to rock Price Theatre
      Oct. 28, 2013
      Songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller penned music that defined a generation.

      The work of that legendary team will be celebrated in LaGrange College Theatre's production of "Smokey Joe's Cafe, " running Nov. 6–10.
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    • Dan McAlexander President reappointed to second term
      Oct. 14, 2013
      LaGrange College will recognize three new honorees for its Shackleford Alumni Achievement Awards during homecoming ceremonies Friday, and will introduce four new Honorary Alumni during a recognition breakfast Saturday morning.
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    • College to celebrate honorary and outstanding alumni College to celebrate honorary and outstanding alumni
      Oct. 8, 2013
      LaGrange College will recognize three new honorees for its Shackleford Alumni Achievement Awards during homecoming ceremonies Friday, and will introduce four new Honorary Alumni during a recognition breakfast Saturday morning.
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    • Homecoming offers everyone 'time to roar' Homecoming offers everyone 'time to roar'
      Oct. 8, 2013
      Friends, family and alumni of LaGrange College will have their time to roar during Homecoming 2013, set for Oct. 11–13.
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    • To serve, to change … To serve, to change …
      LaGrange College program links students with community groups
      Oct. 1, 2013
      Sherri Brown, director of a local nonprofit that helps families create their own path out of poverty, gets teary-eyed when she talks about the impact made by LaGrange College's Servant Scholars on the participants of Circles of Troup County.
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    • Jeff Lukken to assume new role
      Jeff Lukken to assume new role
      Oct. 1, 2013
      Jeff Lukken, mayor of LaGrange for 16 years, has been named the new Director of Graduate and Degree Completion Programs at LaGrange College. He will be joining the staff Oct. 14.
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      College philanthropist Lovick Corn passes away
      College philanthropist Lovick Corn passes away
      Sept. 26, 2013
      Lovick P. Corn, longtime LaGrange College supporter and volunteer, passed away today in Columbus.
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    • Fraternity chapter named nation's best Fraternity chapter named nation's best
      Sept. 16, 2013
      The Alpha Epsilon chapter of Alpha Delta Gamma made a clean sweep at this year's national convention in Nashville, coming home with every honor possible, including National Chapter of the Year.
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    • LaGrange College rated top 10 and 'best value' LaGrange College rated top 10 and 'best value'
      Sept. 10, 2013
      For the 10th straight year LaGrange College has been rated among the top 10 colleges in its class in annual rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report.
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    • College enrolls largest group of new students College enrolls largest group of new students
      Sept. 9, 2013
      LaGrange College enrolls largest group of new students

      The Hill is humming with activity this fall. According to administrators, this year's group of entering students at LaGrange College—including freshmen, transfers and graduate students—set a record at the institution.
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      Graduate produces top album on Billboard charts Graduate produces top album on Billboard charts
      Sept. 5, 2013
      David Harris, a 2008 Composition and Music Technologies graduate, has had a great month – an album he produced is sitting atop the Billboard charts.
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      New college year 'zips' into action New college year 'zips' into action
      Sept. 3, 2013
      Katie Chancellor spent her first days as a LaGrange College student climbing a mountain in North Carolina. George Cordova celebrated the beginning of his college career by speeding down a zip line over the Residential Quad.
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      Lee Buchanan named as new head coach
      Lee Buchanan named as new head coach
      Aug. 21, 2013
      Lee Buchanan has been named the new women's basketball head coach at LaGrange College. He brings numerous individual honors and 27 years of experience to the post, including 21 as a head coach.
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      Panther coach named to U.S. Soccer National staff
      Panther coach named to U.S. Soccer National staff
      Aug. 13, 2013
      LaGrange College women's soccer coach Jim Robbins has been named to the United States Soccer National Girls coaching staff. 
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    • Teachers become students at National History Day workshop Teachers become students at National History Day workshop
      July 24, 2013
      LaGrange College hosted 17 teachers from around the state July 17-19 for the 2013 National History Day teacher workshop July 17-19.
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    • Chamber Singers experience Charleston's Spoleto Festival Chamber Singers experience Charleston's Spoleto Festival
      June 28, 2013
      What started as an idea spurred by a newspaper story became a trip to remember for the college's Chamber Singers.
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    • Music professor named parade grand marshal Music professor named parade grand marshal
      June 28, 2013
      Lee Johnson, Fuller E. Callaway Professor of Music, has been named grand marshal of the annual Sweet Land of Liberty parade.
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    • Williams honored for distinguished service Williams honored for distinguished service
      June 6, 2013
      Deedee Godwin Williams of West Point has received the 2013 Distinguished Service Alumni Award from LaGrange College. She was honored during commencement ceremonies May 18.
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    • Weather doesn't dampen Commencement Weather doesn't dampen Commencement
      June 6, 2013
      Torrential downpours accompanied by thunder and lightning seemed tailor-made for this year's unofficial theme for Commencement – Overcoming Obstacles.
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    • Commencement ceremonies to move indoors Commencement ceremonies to move indoors
      May 18, 2013
      The decision has been made to move the commencement ceremonies indoors to Callaway Auditorium.
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    • Broad Street Apartments earn award from Georgia Trust Broad Street Apartments earn award from Georgia Trust
      May 14, 2013
      Broad Street Apartments, home of the Servant Scholars Program, have been recognized by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for Excellence in Rehabilitation.
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    • Online courses to make debut this summer Online courses to make debut this summer
      May 6, 2013
      LaGrange College will be expanding its offerings this summer with the addition of online classes to the schedule.

      Provost David Garrison said the move has been in the works for a while.
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    • Chamber Singers concert inspired by seniors Online courses to make debut this summer
      May 6, 2013
      Debbie Ogle, Director of Choral Activities, is calling this year's Chamber Singers spring concert "Life's Passages." The free performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday at First Presbyterian Church.
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    • Alternative Spring Break trip focuses on stopping hunger Alternative Spring Break trip focuses on stopping hunger
      May 1, 2013
      Participants of this year's Alternative Spring Break trip to Orlando in April said their experiences were life-changing.
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    • 3D Journeys ends year with Brazilian beat 3D Journeys ends year with Brazilian beat
      Dan McAlexander the college president will become Dan McAlexander the music lecturer when he serves as the final speaker for this year's 3D Journeys series at 10 a.m. April 22 in Dickson Assembly Room.
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    • New exercise science program thriving New exercise science program thriving
      LaGrange College's exercise science program is rapidly growing, doubling its enrollment since it began in fall.
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    • Amazon River a rich subject for 3D lecture Amazon River a rich subject for 3D lecture
      March 25, 2013
      Canoeing along the Amazon River during a three-week visit to the Brazilian rainforest, Dr. Mark Yates was amazed when a flock of spectacularly colorful macaws flew overhead.
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    • Community, campus team up for Service Saturday Community, campus team up for Service Saturday
      Feb. 22, 2013
      The scope of this spring's Service Saturday has expanded to allow students a chance to work with other community volunteers.
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    • Storytellers ready to take the stage at festival Storytellers ready to take the stage at festival
      Feb. 15, 2013
      This year's Azalea Storytelling Festival will be featuring some of the event's most beloved artists during its run March 1–3 at Callaway Auditorium.
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    • Photography exhibits focus on famous faces Photography exhibits focus on famous faces
      Feb. 11, 2013
      The works of two of the country's most prominent documentary photographers will be highlighted in exhibitions opening simultaneously Feb. 15 at the Lamar Dodd Art Center and LaGrange Art Museum.
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    • Seminar to focus on meanings in sacred stories Seminar to focus on meanings in sacred stories
      Jan. 28, 2013
      Dr. Jonathan Young, psychologist and storyteller, will speak at 11:15 a.m. Feb. 7 in Dickson Assembly Room at Turner Hall. He will be discussing how characters from the scriptures provide guidance for the modern day. The event is open to the public.
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    • Students get new view during mission trip Students get new view during mission trip
      Jan. 14, 2013
      Christmas in the City, a three-day mission trip to Nashville, helped nine LaGrange students share their hands and hearts during the season of giving.

      The event was organized by the Rev. Blair Tolbert, Director of Student Ministries.
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    2012
    Internet capacity surges ahead
    LaGrange's challenge means meals for hungry
    Service reflects reason for the season
    Forum to focus on noted Southern historian
    Play immerses audience in Greek, Roman myths
    Service Saturday focuses on stopping hunger
    Georgia Humanities Council, college team for History Day initiative
    Photos reveal Homecoming highlights
    It's showtime as Homecoming 2012 nears
    LaGrange singled out for black graduation rates
    U.S.News names LaGrange to top 10 for ninth year
    New major focuses on human performance
    Celebration to kick off new academic year
    Two join Board of Trustees
    Stevens receives distinguished service alumni award
    Vernon James joins Student Engagement staff
    Watch highlights of Commencement 2012
    New Dean of Enrollment Management named
    Campus creek coming back to life
    Professor's comic opera features faculty, students
    College to host open house at Broad Street Apartments
    Students spend Alternative Spring Break serving others
    Film festival and lecture to highlight Earth Week
    Classes conduct study for drug court
    Famed percussionists Nexus to be in concert March 23
    Comedy spotlights madcap antics of 'the privileged'
    New Dean of Student Affairs named
    High schoolers compete for arts scholarships
    College remembers Charles D. Hudson
    LaGrange National features artists from around the world
    Storytelling Festival brings fun to Callaway stage
    Medieval Ireland to be focus of 3D lecture
    Jan Term cranks up here and abroad

    2011
    'Razor sharp, bloody funny' show ready for Price
    College again named top 10, 'best value' by U.S.News
    Variety is spice of this year's concert series
    3D Journeys offers fun, travel, education
    Former trustee, environmental entrepreneur dies
    NPR quotes professor in debt coverage
    Professor named Author of the Year
    Callaway, theologian to speak during commencement weekend
    Berkland named head lacrosse coach
    Summer camp offers opportunities for students
    New basketball coach selected
    Panthers to join USA South Conference
    Alternative Spring Break trip called 'life altering'
    Claybrook named new Athletic Director
    'Dames at Sea' brings fun to Price stage
    Williamson announces retirement
    Exhibit features Cuban painter, two sculptors
    Azalea Storytelling Festival rolls into 15th year
    Ahn Trio brings fresh take on classical music
    Mentoring Mondays offer way to make professional connections
    Students present opera excerpts to local children, community
    Venture merges teaching, travel

    2010
    New athletics website kicks off
    Servant leaders honored
    New marketing campaign puts college in the spotlight
    Celebrate the Servant observance set for Dec. 4
    'The Maids' takes a chilling look at servitude
    Homecoming events offer Panther fun for all
    'The Cherry Orchard' offers laughter through tears
    Orchestra to premiere professor's Dead Symphony
    NEA grant funds new exhibit
    New Panther Club launched
    College named in top U.S.News lists
    World is theme of Callaway Concert Series
    Nursing students post back-to-back perfect passing rates
    LaGrange Symphony Chorus announces auditions
    College awards 286 degrees
    Specialist degree gets final approval
    Panthers take GSAC tournament championship
    Buchanan takes Iowa post; realignment announced
    McAlexander installed as 25th president
    New advancement VP named
    College to inaugurate 25th president
    Camp teaches students how to serve others
    Violinist Sergiu Schwartz to be in concert March 22
    Bible scholars to speak at LaGrange College
    Students explore culture of food in France
    'Laramie Project' examines hate and hope
    Professor's book tells story of Jubilee Singers
    President, students take TEG message to Capitol
    Specialist in Education degree unveiled
    Yates named chair of Education Department

    2009
    Panelists offer insights on aging
    Basketball teams take to new Mariotti floor
    Garrison named VP for Academic Affairs
    Celebrate the Servant begins Nov. 30
    'Proof' opens Dec. 2 in Price Theater Black Box
    LaGrange College library earns 'green' certification
    Brown named vice president
    Book signing to feature Interface chairm
    Five named to Sports Hall of Fame
    College to honor outstanding alumni
    'Brigadoon' to bring Highland magic to Price stage
    College one of first in nation to submit 'green' plan
    College reaches enrollment milestone
    Nursing students post perfect passing rate on licensing exam
    LaGrange College named top 10, 'best value' by U.S. News
    Vienna Boys Choir to highlight of concert series
    Pirrman named Vice President for Finance and Operations
    Accountancy Department makes history
    Evening College adds Public Health major
    LaGrange reaches $65 million campaign milestone
    LaGrange College's Rowe named president of Centenary College
    College to host summer camp
    Flu precautions set in motion
    Gulley Gateway dedication set for Family Weekend
    McAlexander named LaGrange College president
    Wilson Fellow to visit in April
    Ray to speak at Friends event
    New pedestrian bridge takes shape
    2009 football schedule released
    Molière's 'Miser' makes its way to Price Theater
    Professors participate in Peace Education Collaborative
    Shanghai Quartet to perform March 31
    Vernon Road to close for bridge construction
    International Week begins March 2
    Alum recounts Grammy experience
    Azalea Storytelling Festival starts March 6
    Empire Brass to perform Feb. 17
    Mooney receives national coach of the year award
    Bridge naming to honor Gulleys
    Book Brigade marches again Jan. 27
    Jan Term offers unique opportunities

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