September 14, 2007

Editor: Sean Flynt
Web Content Editor: Carissa Bradley
Contributing Writers: William Nunnelley, Philip Poole, Mary Wimberley, Maegen Wilson, Cathy Reisenwitz


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  Family Weekend is Coming Soon from September 21-23

Family Weekend is Coming Soon from September 21-23
". . .Family Weekend provides the opportunity for students and their families to become participants in Samford's community and traditions. . ."

 

  BSU Reunion Choir to be Featured at Homecoming Worship

BSU Reunion Choir to be Featured at Homecoming Worship
". . .Since we are ‘celebrating traditions’ this year, we thought it was especially appropriate to focus on the tradition that music and worship have played for decades in student ministry at Samford. . ."

  Samford Trustees Approve Construction, Fundraising Projects

Samford Trustees Approve Construction, Fundraising Projects
". . .Trustees approved renovations and repairs to Lena Vail Davis Hall, one of the original residence facilities when the present campus opened in fall 1957. . ."

  Hughes Court Laid the Groundwork for Civil Rights Gains, Says Ross Book

Hughes Court Laid the Groundwork for Civil Rights Gains, Says Ross Book
". . .The Court rendered important decisions striking against racial discrimination in voting, jury service, education and public transportation. . ."