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Samford To Host Birmingham Author, Filmmaker Margaret Wrinkle Oct. 25-26

Wrinkle’s award-winning debut novel, Wash, reexamines American slavery in ways that challenge contemporary assumptions about race, power, history and healing. Her documentary film broken\ground, explores Birmingham’s historic racial divide. 

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Acclaimed Play to Explore Life of Darwin Oct. 28

The professional production, written by Murray Watts and acted by Andrew Harrison, premiered at Westminster Abbey and has been performed at the Edinburgh Festival, King’s Head Theatre in London, as well as at Oxford, Cambridge, St. Andrews, and many other universities, colleges, and theatres in the UK.  

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Law School Event Focuses on “Bridging the Gap” on Racial Disparity

Student organizations in Samford's Cumberland School of Law hosted a recent panel discussion on race and the law. 

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Samford String Quartet Is Off to Carnegie Hall

Samford University’s String Quartet will provide a sneak preview of its upcoming Carnegie Hall concert Thursday, Oct. 20. 

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Retired Army Officials Discusses Chinese-U.S. Relationship

A former U.S. military official discussed Chinese sovereignty in the South China Sea at a foreign relations event hosted by Samford. 

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Alabama Appellate Courts Convene at Samford Oct. 25

Samford’s Cumberland School of Law and the Birmingham Bar Foundation invite guests to observe the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals and the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals host a unique day of oral arguments. 

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Variety of Open Houses Scheduled During Samford Homecoming

Open houses hosted by departments and organizations are available to Samford University alumni and friends during homecoming Nov. 10–13.