Archive for January, 2013

Young media entrepreneur delivers MLK Day address

Posted on January 29, 2013 by

Erskine’s Martin Luther King Day celebration in Bowie Chapel Jan. 21 marked the ninth annual MLK Day observance on the campus as well as the first time an Erskine College alumnus has been featured as keynote speaker for the event. This year’s speaker was Corey Emanuel Chapman, a 2005 graduate from Belton, S.C., who is […]

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Dance Marathon to host Children’s Miracle Network benefit

Posted on January 24, 2013 by

Dance Marathon, a recently chartered student organization on the Erskine College campus, is working to raise funds for children in the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. A “Party with a Purpose” is set for Saturday, Feb. 16, from 6 p.m. to midnight in Galloway Center Gym. Registration is $10, and all proceeds will go to the […]

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New professor’s Icelandic studies enrich her teaching

Posted on January 21, 2013 by

Assistant Professor of English Dr. Christine Schott brings to her teaching a love for English literature and an enthusiasm for Icelandic lore. One of several professors who joined the Erskine College faculty in the fall, Schott is a self-described ‘Air Force brat’ who received her undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College, then went on to graduate […]

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Erskine campus ranked No. 5 in safety nationwide

Posted on January 8, 2013 by

Erskine College and Seminary has been ranked among the top 10 safest colleges and universities nationwide, according to a list released last month by StateUniversity.com, a leading website for college information. Erskine rose to fifth place in the rankings this year, up from the No. 7 slot year, and maintains its position as the safest […]

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Winter Term 2013 begins this week

Posted on January 2, 2013 by

Whether exploring fictional monsters and what they can teach us about being human with Associate Professor of Music Dr. Brooks Kuykendall, learning the basics of personal financial planning with Assistant Professor of Business Administration Karen Mattison, or gaining hands-on experience in horsemanship with alumna Harriet Brawley Morton,  Erskine students who return to Due West for […]

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