March 2005
Editor: Sean Flynt
Web Content Editor: Jana Peairson
Contributing Writers: William Nunnelley, Jana Peairson, Mary Wimberley


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  Genocide Survivor Genocide Survivor Calls Students to Action
"...Bagarinkah and her mother hid in an abandoned home for many days with no food or water. They saw women raped and killed. They saw grandparents kill their grandchildren. They saw neighbor turn against neighbor..."
  Old Howard 100 Bike Ride Old Howard 100 Will Take Bike Riders Through Heart of Black Belt, Samford History
"...The Old Howard 100 will feature routes of approximately 30, 50, 70 and 100 miles in and around Perry County, where Samford was founded as Howard College in Marion in 1841..."
  Donations Support Undergraduate Research Program
“...Samford is expanding its Undergraduate Research Program to include an intensive research experience in which select students spend a summer working with faculty mentors on an individualized project. Unfortunately, many students must find jobs in the summer to pay for their Samford education. Donations remove that barrier..."
  Doug Phillips for Live at the Library Live @ the Library Event To Feature Alabama Naturalist
"...Doug Phillips, originator, producer, and host of the popular Alabama Public Television series 'Discovering Alabama,' will speak at Samford..."