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Samford Commemorating 50th Anniversary of Integration with Special Honors, Events
A special highlight of the commemoration will be the recognition of African-American Samford alumni and students with the Golden Anniversary Achievement Honors during the month of February.  
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Samford Faculty, Students Find Role for Mushrooms in Cleaning Wastewater
Their new article in the peer-reviewed journal ‘Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology’ describes how a local, safe and edible mushroom secretes an enzyme that can break down contaminants into safe byproducts. 
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Films, Events, Leadership Emphasis Highlight Women’s History Month Celebration
Special events are planned throughout March as part of Samford University’s observance of Women’s History Month. 
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Civil Rights Topic of March 2 Thurgood Marshall Symposium
“The Civil Rights Movement: 50 Years Later” is the topic of the 23rd annual Thurgood Marshall Symposium, hosted by at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law. 
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Samford Students Experience New Museum of African American History and Culture
A group of Samford students visited the new Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D. C., as part of the University's Black History Month observance.. Student David Cronin said the experience enabled him to go beyond the pages of a book and to "experience history." 
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Samford Student Leaders Explore Cross-cultural Competencies in ‘Renew’ Training
Student leaders from across Samford University’s campus recently gathered for a multi-ethnic leadership training hosted by Renew Partnerships. 
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Phipps to Speak at Commencement
Vocal artist and ordained minister Wintley Phipps will deliver the commencement address at Samford University Saturday, Dec. 17. Approximately 321 seniors will graduate.