Samford JMC Alumnus Davies in New Film About Columbine Shooting
Davies plays the role of Nathan Ballard, a friend of Rachel Joy Scott, one of 12 students killed in the 1999 Columbine High School shooting.
In New Book, Samford Faculty Advise Christians in Science Professions
Steve Donaldson and Josh Reeves describe the essential role Christian scientists have in bridging the gap between science and Christian belief.
Plans Announced for Samford’s 175th Anniversary Ball, Tickets Available
Tickets are on sale for Samford’s University spectacular 175th Anniversary Ball scheduled for Nov. 11.
Samford Guest Artist Series to Feature Acclaimed Trio
Samford’s Davis Architects Guest Artist Series will feature the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio Sept. 27.
Samford Offers Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising Scholarships to Freshmen
Samford University's nationally ranked Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) will award partial scholarships to as many as 12 freshmen who enroll in the fall of 2017.
Vargas Tells Story of Immigration, Obstacles and the American Dream
Vargas emphasized the individual experiences that he said have the greatest power to change hearts and minds, beginning with his own remarkable story.
Borthwick to Headline Beeson Divinity School’s Annual Missions Emphasis
Samford's Beeson Divinity School has scheduled the annual GoGlobal missions emphasis for Sept. 27–29.