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New honor society chapter started at Erskine

A ceremony held Nov. 10 in the Daniel•Moultrie Science Center (DMSC) marked the establishment of the Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED)…

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Erskine recognized at fall session of South Carolina Student Legislature

For the seventh time in the past 12 years, the Erskine College delegation to the South Carolina Student Legislature (SCSL)…

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‘If you love God, then you must love people,’ chapel speaker says

All relationships must be “grounded and rooted in love,” Robbie Earle told students during an Erskine chapel service October 15.…

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Decorated Marine, member of Class of 1941, pens memoir

Retired U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. H. Lloyd Wilkerson, 100, a member of the Erskine College Class of 1941, has…

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Chaplain urges genuine commitment: ‘He wants your heart’

Interim Chaplain Joshua Chiles led Erskine’s chapel service Oct. 1, speaking on the role personal character plays in a relationship…

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Psychology graduate finds her calling and inspiration in the clients she serves

When Kristen Marie Craft graduated from Erskine in 2017 with a degree in psychology, she was unsure what career path…

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Garnet Circle members announced

Erskine College has released the names of the 2020 Garnet Circle members. The Garnet Circle at Erskine College consists of…

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Erskine performs well in 2021 U.S. News Best Colleges rankings

Erskine College has been listed in the U.S. News Best Colleges for 2021. Erskine placed seventh among “Best Regional Colleges”…

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Signing of the Book tradition continues in an outdoor setting

A number of traditional student activities at Erskine College, including two designed for entering freshmen, were offered outdoors this year…

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‘Moths of South Carolina’ project comes to Erskine’s Pressly Garden

The Pressly Family Heritage Garden on the Erskine campus became a prime attraction for moths on the evening of July…

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What they might have said: faculty and staff revisit their canceled chapel talks

As classes moved to an online format in March this year, in-person gatherings became impossible, and Erskine’s chapel services came…

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Alumni, faculty, staff, and friends show strong support for Erskine on Day of Giving

The Chesnut Room and Annex in Belk Hall on the Erskine campus came alive with prayer, conversation, and laughter Wednesday,…

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Outstanding Erskine College faculty members take a virtual bow

  Two young members of the Erskine College faculty—Assistant Professor of History Dr. John Harris and Assistant Professor of Mathematics…

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Erskine College celebrates graduating seniors online

Erskine College recognized the Class of 2020 in an online tribute May 2, 2020, the originally designated on-campus commencement date.…

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Commencement postponed: virtual celebration to honor seniors May 2

The graduating seniors of Erskine College will be honored in a virtual celebration Saturday, May 2, at 10:30 a.m., the…

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Erskine athletes named to Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll

The Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll announced Jan. 22 includes the names of 218 Erskine College students who excelled in…

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Cadet instructor remembers Erskine with affection

Retired Air Force Major John William Northrup recently sent a letter to the Advancement and Alumni office about how he…

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Music graduate finds rewards in professional and family life

  Lydia Crone Howery (pictured at top left above during a performance), a 1999 Music Education graduate of Erskine College,…

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More than ‘just teaching names and dates’: meet Erskine’s behavioral historian

Born in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana and brought up in Idaho “on a spur of the Northern Rocky Mountains,”…

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Erskine College selects seven for top scholarships

Three Presidential and four Solomon Scholarship winners, who will join the student body in the fall of 2021, have been…

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History professor honored at well-attended book signing

At a book-signing event Nov. 23, the Erskine community marked the recent publication of The Last Slave Ships: New York…

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Creatures were stirring: biology majors learn about the “Moths of South Carolina” project

Fall semester classes at Erskine College began Wednesday, August 19, but a few junior and senior biology majors celebrated “the…

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Recent graduates represent Erskine in national bass fishing championship

Head Bass Fishing Coach Ryan Teems reports that two members of Erskine’s bass fishing team, Wyatt Reid and Gehrig DeFronzo,…

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