Samford University The BelltowerApril 2004

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Campus Discovery Recalls Student Days of Murdered Missionary
“…What you have here is a basic student collection from that time period--and not a bad one,” he said. “Of course, the real interest is in who did it…”
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Earth Day Events Will Include Booths, Art, Music, Noted Speakers
“…Samford’s 2004 Earth Day celebrations on April 21 and 22 will feature diverse student and faculty presentations and lectures by Alabama Commissioner of Conservation M. Barnett Lawley and Peter Illyn, founder of Restoring Eden: Christians for Environmental Stewardship…”
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Festival to Focus on Spiritual Experiences in Film
“…Damah, from the ancient Hebrew word meaning “a metaphor that transforms,” is an art form that starts with commonly accepted ways of looking at the world and adds an unexpected twist that results in a new way of understanding that inspires or transforms the viewer…”
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Samford Will Host Alabama Historical Association Events
“…May 6-8, 2004, Samford University and the historic Over-the-Mountain communities of metropolitan Birmingham will welcome members of the Alabama Historical Association for the organization’s 57th Annual Meeting...”
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Samford Welcomes New Alumni Relations Officer
“…Billy Ivey, a 1996 Samford graduate, will coordinate programming and networking for the Samford Alumni and Parents Associations and work with volunteers to establish local and regional Samford clubs around the U.S….”
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Campus Parade Honors “Rascal,” Doctor of Canine Jurisprudence
“…From 1933 to 1940, when Cumberland was in its original Tennessee home, Rascal regularly attended classes and Sunday morning Bible study...”
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