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The White Plains Daily Voice
White Plains TV Executive Rediscovers Her Musical Roots
White Plains native and television executive Danielle Woodrow is releasing "Turning," a 10-song album touching on the subjects of love, risk, regret and the process of self-discovery on Thursday, Sept.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Imam Adeel Zeb to replace Antepli as Muslim chaplainAleena...
Beginning Sept. 20, Imam Adeel Zeb will take on the role of Muslim chaplain and director of the Center for Muslim Life at Duke.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Michael Roth's 'Beyond The University: Why Liberal Education Matters'
As college costs soar, many see a more vocational higher education as the best way to make the price tag worth it.
Berea teacher bequeaths scholarship fund to Ohio Wesleyan University
Nancy J. Hall was somewhat private, but not about her alma mater. The 33-year teacher in the Berea school district often praised Ohio Wesleyan University.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Norwalk Citizen News
Oglala Sioux leader Gerald One Feather dies
Longtime friend Thomas Katus says One Feather died Thursday at a Rapid City hospital .
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Singer Jean Redpath Dies
Redpath lived with Bob Dylan after she moved to the U.S. in the 1960s and the pair worked together on a number of occasions.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Observer & Eccentric
To achieve the Dean's List, a student must maintain a minimum 3.5 grade-point average while enrolled in at least nine credits of regular coursework.
Jump-starting the liberal arts conversation
Read just about any editorial page these days and you'll see a familiar refrain: "Is a college degree still worth it?" Wesleyan University President Michael Roth argues that not only is it worth it, but that it is more important than ever.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
SWU moves in record number of freshmen
Incoming Southern Wesleyan freshman and their families wait to check in. The record number of incoming freshmen meant long lines for getting checked in.
The truth about SAT Subject Testsa
Fortunately, SAT Subject Tests are not ordinarily part of the admissions rat race.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
The Aiken Standard
Upcoming events for the week of Aug. 20
The North Augusta Rotary Club will meet on Thursdays at Manuel's Bread Cafe in Hammond's Ferry at 7:15 a.m. For more information, call Dan Rickabaugh at 803-640-4888.
Urban Ministry Plunge
Arriving in Chicago are Amber Collins of Millsboro, Del.; Stephanie Snyder of Simpsonville; Mari Gonlag, chair of Southern Wesleyan University's Division of Religion; Emily McClendon; Champ Squires of Alcolu ; Carol Sinnamon, retired SWU director of counseling and health services; Andre Winters of Rockford, Mich.; Madalyn Mills of Kernersville, ... (more)
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Swimming Pool Project On City Council Agenda
An ordinance to move forward with the design of a proposed city indoor swimming pool is on tonight's Mitchell City Council agenda.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Unity East principal knows the territory
"I'm excited to be continuing my career here," Carver said. "It's every administrator's dream to continue in the building they've come to know and love."
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Car donation benefits SWU Call Me MISTER program
Southern Wesleyan University received a 1996 Chevrolet Lumina through a donation from Gladys Welborn of Easley for use in the university's Call Me MISTER program.
301 Moved Permanently
NSCDS art teacher receives Rauschenberg Residency
Growing up on Long Island in New York, Keith Sklar was an artist at heart, though he didn't always know it.
A New Leader for Westbrook High
New Westbrook High School Principal Tara Winch is ready to start the school year.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Cybersecurity in Higher Education: An Expert Panel
Get a real-world cybersecurity perspective from panelists including representatives from Wesleyan University, one of the top private liberal arts colleges in the nation, and security experts from ESET and the Network Security Group.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
College students given the opportunity to text it out
Students at Texas Wesleyan University who don't like their roommates don't have to hold it in and resort to passive-aggressive tactics or worse this year, with the addition of a new app designed to prevent conflict.
Buenos Aires Herald
All that jazz isn't all that great
Unlike a poorly received New Yorker piece purportedly written by jazz great Sonny Rollins, this is not satire.