December 7, 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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  Nursing School To Offer Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree

Nursing School To Offer Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree
"... Samford becomes only the second Alabama nursing school to offer the new degree..."

  Howard Goes To War

Howard Goes To War
"... The Imperial Japanese Navy had extinguished a world the previous Sunday, but even a small college has a certain cultural momentum...."

  Mathews Named Vice President at Judson College

Mathews Named Vice President at Judson College
"... Mathews retired in May after seven years as vice president for business affairs at Samford University..."

  Works by Graduating Art Students On Show Dec. 7-15

Works by Graduating Art Students On Show Dec. 7-15
"... Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m...."

  Students enter Dwight M. Beeson Hall, home of the newly named Brock School of Business

Samford Snapshot
"... Students enter Dwight M. Beeson Hall, home of the newly named Brock School of Business..."