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2013
Teachers become students at National History Day workshop
Chamber Singers experience Charleston’s Spoleto Festival
Music professor named parade grand marshal
Williams honored for distinguished service
Weather doesn't dampen Commencement
Commencement ceremonies to move indoors
Broad Street Apartments earn award from Georgia Trust
Online courses to make debut this summer
Chamber Singers concert inspired by seniors
Alternative Spring Break trip focuses on stopping hunger
3D Journeys ends year with Brazilian beat
New exercise science program thriving
Amazon River a rich subject for 3D lecture
Hitchcock meets hilarious on 'The 39 Steps'
Community, campus team up for Service Saturday
Storytellers ready to take the stage at festival
College to offer free financial aid workshops
Photography exhibits focus on famous faces
Seminar to focus on meanings in sacred stories
Students get new view during mission trip

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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