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Samford Honors Alabama Ministers of the Year
"...Ministers are an important part of who Samford is, not just as
students but those in field who support our university..."
Inice Tarrant Recalls Times at East Lake Campus
"...A picture of us studying under the oak was taken, and when my
folks saw it they were surprised that I was sitting on the ground and he was
there next to me. Shocking for those 1947-48 days!..."
Samford Teams Take Top OVC Honors
".Samford's soccer, football and volleyball teams emerged from their first season
of Ohio Valley Conference [OVC] competition with a stunning collection of conference
honors and school records."
Samford Invites All to View Star of Bethlehem
"...At 7 p.m. on December 11, 12, 15, 18, and 19, the Samford
University planetarium will present a multimedia video production
that examines all aspects of this powerful Christian symbol..."
Samford Seeks Alumni of the Year Nominations
".Nominees should be graduates who have distinguished
themselves in service in their community and to Samford. They also
must have shown support to the University through their personal
involvement and financial contributions."