Samford University The BelltowerFebruary 2004

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A Promise for All Generations: Samford Outlines Bold Plan for Future
“…We cannot rest on the achievements of recent years and simply fade into the sunset. We must boldly grasp the destiny within Samford 's reach. And seriously implementing well-thought plans, and well-funded objectives, will give Samford a running leap into the future…”
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Student Grants Threatened By State Fiscal Crisis
“…As the Alabama Legislature convenes to wrestle with massive state budget shortfalls, the stakes are high for students at Alabama’s independent colleges…”
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Samford To Revitalize Shades Creek
“…Samford University has received grants totaling $42,000 to assist with the revitalization of neighboring Shades Creek…”
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Grant Will Take Religion Faculty Into Heart of Teaching and Baptist Heritage
“…The grant will enable Religion Department faculty members to study the department's history, its relationship with Alabama Baptists, how and what it is teaching, how alumni and students view its teaching, and how it relates to Samford's core curriculum...”
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Submit Your Photos To Samford Family Albums
“…The new Family Album feature of Samford’s web site allows you to submit photos in several different categories, including Culture, Travel, Milestones and History...”
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