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Erskine NetNews 2011 (Partial List)

Erskine BioOutreach scores another success
Stukes Lecture set for March 29
Open Call Student Art Show winners named
Graduate holds her Erskine memories close

Erskine women, high school seniors honored by AAUW
“Fit 4 Spring” teams form on campus
EunMi Ko’s concert canceled
Seminary hosts speakers for Spring Missions Week
Bylaws committee members bring Alumni Board up to speed

For Kuykendall, it’s all music, all the time—almost
Sullivan Foundation president promotes social entrepreneurship

Chairman says Erskine is “poised for renaissance”
Darlington Cup passes to Euphemians
Seniors order their regalia at graduation fair

“Performance and Performers” class members put on a show
“Reach the Children of Rwanda” director draws a crowd
Coda Guitar Duo to perform Thursday in Memorial
Euphies and Philos set to square off Friday

“Think about the things that really matter,” moderator says
Director of “Reach the Children of Rwanda” to speak Monday
Spring convocation events offered to the Erskine community

Arts events set for spring semester
Students start spring term classes
Former Alumni Association presidents meet with Norman

Christie Announces Fall 2010 Dean’s List
Students reap benefits from Campus Ministry retreat

Visitors share Erskine’s 7th annual MLK celebration
Winter Term lives up to its name
Glick to lead C.S. Lewis tour with Erskine alumnus

Winter Term provides students time for depth
Mini-sessions are in the works for Winter Term
Newman named South Carolina Farm Bureau Youth Ambassador

Erskine and Due West Skyline

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