October 26, 2007

Editor: Sean Flynt
Web Content Editor: Carissa Bradley
Contributing Writers and Photographers: William Nunnelley, Ann Wade Parrish, Philip Poole, Caroline Summers, Mary Wimberley

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  Samford dedicated its imposing new Pete Hanna Center with a salute to the past and present during Homecoming Weekend.

Samford Dedicates Pete Hanna Center, Celebrates Alumni and Donor Support at Homecoming
"... More than 500 alumni, donors and other friends of the university attended the gala on a night devoted to 'celebrating traditions'..."

  Duzgun's lecture is part of the 10th anniversary celebration of Samford's core curriculum.

Muslim Scholar Duzgun To Speak Nov. 6
"... Duzgun serves as editor of the online Journal of Theological Research and associate editor of the Periodical of Divinity Faculty at the University of Ankara..."

  A trial team from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law bested teams from seven other law schools.

Cumberland Trial Team Best at Recent Competition
"... Cumberland's national trial team will receive an automatic invitation to the American Bar Association's criminal justice competition in the spring..."

  The weather turns cold and rainy at Samford.

Samford Snapshot
"... A cool, wet day in late October brings relief from record-setting drought..."