October 19, 2007

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


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  Samford University will open its new Pete Hanna Center during a series of Homecoming events.

Samford To Open $32 Million Pete Hanna Center
"... The 132,000-square foot multipurpose facility is the largest single building constructed in the 50-year history of Samford's Shades Valley campus..."

  The Grammy-nominated Eroica Trio thrills audiences with flawless technical virtuosity, irresistible enthusiasm and sensual elegance.

Grammy-Nominated Eroica Trio to Perform, Lead Classes in November
"... The Grammy-nominated Eroica Trio, which thrills audiences with flawless technical virtuosity, irresistible enthusiasm and sensual elegance, will perform at Samford on Tuesday, Nov. 13 in Brock Hall..."

  Samford University Theatre will stage "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Oct. 25-28.

Samford Theatre Presents ´One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' Oct. 25-28
"... The play, made familiar by the classic 1975 film starring Jack Nicholson, tells the tale of Randle P. McMurphy, a convicted felon who has himself declared insane in order to get out of prison and into a more comfortable mental hospital..."

  Students from Central Park Elementary School in Birmingham visit Samford.

Samford Snapshot
"... Students from Central Park Elementary School in Birmingham were among the 1,500  fourth grade students attending the Jefferson County Water Festival in the Sciencenter on October 15..."