Ferguson wins Conference Carolinas award

Posted on June 9, 2014

William “Buddy” Ferguson, who has served as Erskine’s alumni director since 2007, recently gained recognition for his service as a friend and mentor to many students. He has been chosen as the Conference Carolinas Faculty Mentor of the Year and the conference’s nominee for the NCAA Division II Dr. Dave Pariser Faculty Mentor Award, which […]

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Cain appoints committee to search for interim president

Posted on June 4, 2014

  Erskine College & Theological Seminary Board of Trustees Chairman William Cain informed trustees this morning that he has appointed an ad hoc committee “to search for an interim presidential candidate to bring to the Board for its consideration.” The committee will be chaired by trustee Robert G. McDonald of Simpsonville. Trustees named to the committee are: The Rev. William S. […]

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Erskine trustees move forward under new leadership

Posted on June 3, 2014

The Erskine College & Theological Seminary Board of Trustees transitioned to new leadership at its recent meetings May 29-30, with Vice Chairman and Chair-Elect Bill Cain of Louisville, Georgia, assuming his role as chairman a month earlier than the anticipated date of July 1. Between the Thursday and Friday meetings, Chairman David Conner of Greenville, […]

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Erskine Seminary celebrates 177th commencement

Posted on May 27, 2014

Graduates receiving degrees from Erskine Theological Seminary were recognized in a commencement ceremony May 24  at the Due West Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Dr. N. Bradley Christie, Acting president of Erskine College and Theological Seminary, welcomed graduates and guests and introduced the speaker, and Chairman W. David Conner brought greetings from the Erskine Board of […]

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‘You want to be a fire and wish for the wind,’ speaker tells Erskine College graduates

Posted on May 26, 2014

Members of the Erskine College Class of 2014 were recognized May 24 at the school’s 169th commencement. The Hon. Jean H. Toal, Chief Justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court, brought greetings from the state. She highlighted Erskine’s early role as a Christian college and in the education of women, acknowledging as her mentor the […]

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Erskine to host booth at ‘World Focus’

Posted on May 23, 2014

Erskine will participate in “World Focus” June 12-13, an event coinciding with the 2014 ARP Synod meeting at Bonclarken Conference Center in Flat Rock, N.C. Erskine College and Theological Seminary, along with Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) will host a booth, and both the seminary and college will present sessions for prospective students, parents, and others. […]

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Erskine students garner theater awards

Posted on May 22, 2014

Seven Erskine students took their talents onstage at the South Carolina Speech and Theater Association (SCSTA) College Festival Competition held early this year at Newberry College. Guest director Anna De Vault led the students, with T.J. Ellis serving as music coach. Members of the Erskine troupe and the categories in which they performed included senior […]

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English majors make presentations at honor society conference

Posted on May 19, 2014

Professor of English Dr. Joan Little reports that six English majors—Rebekah Bowen, Rebecca Pearson, Kyle Ritland, Rachel Talbot, Caroline Thomas, and Laura Walenceus—were selected by the English honor society Sigma Tau Delta to present papers at the organization’s 90th annual convention in Savannah this spring. Bowen, a junior from Columbia, presented “Clean,” a short work […]

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Hallman and De La Vina receive Jake Todd Award at first annual ‘Fleety’ Awards

Posted on May 15, 2014

  Seniors Corin Hallman of Mount Pleasant and Roberto De La Vina of Oviedo, Spain, were named this year’s Jake Todd Award winners at the first annual “Fleety” Awards Show in Lesesne Auditorium May 14. The Fleety Awards Show replaced the annual athletic banquet with a celebration that included a red carpet area outside Lesesne Auditorium. […]

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