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St. Andrews students help in WWI exhibit

The brothers, Stuart and Dalton Marshall, St. Andrews alumni, have had a part in helping create the WWI Centennial Commemoration exhibit that opened on April 8 at the North Carolina Museum of History. Read the full article here:

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IHSA Western Team Wins at Semi-Finals

LAURINBURG, N.C. – St. Andrews hosted the IHSA Semi-Finals with their Western team placing first with 36 points. “To have so many great colleges represented here on our campus was amazing,” said Carla Wennberg, St. Andrews western coach. “Our students were great hosts.” The competition started out with Mark Mowbray from Rhodesdale, MD, winning the Individual Open Reining class. Then the Intermediate Team Horesemanship was won by Jordan Belanger from King. NC. Team Novice Horsemanship was won byJanelle Petruska from Gastonia. Steven Dennis from Atlanta, GA, won Individual Beginner Horsemanship while

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McElveen Receives IHSA Lifetime Achievement Award

As a teenager she learned how to ride from the greats such as Vladimir Littauer and Jane Marshall Dillon. But more than riding, Peggy McElveen learned about the relationship between the rider and her horse. Instead of just going through the motions, she preferred influence – a skill that has served her well throughout her life. After a long career coaching teams at the University of South Carolina, North Carolina State University, and Peace College, McElveen was offered a position at St. Andrews University. Although the growing program piqued her

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Results from IHSA Semi Finals

Hosted by Zone 4 – St. Andrews University campus March 24-26, 2017 Team Results St. Andrews University 36 University of Nebraska – Lincoln 31 Rocky Mountain College 18 University of Kentucky 14 Mary of the Woods University 11 Sacred Heart University 7 Clemson University 6 Middle Tennessee State University 6 Clarion 3 St. Andrews Results Individual Reining – 1st Mark Mowbray Team Intermediate – 2nd Jordan Belanger Individual Open – 1st Gina Ulveie, 4th Mark Mowbray Team Novice – 1st Janelle Petruska Individual Beginner – 1st Steven Dennis Team Beginner – 2nd Angela Bradford Individual Intermediate –

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St. Andrews Honors Writers at Fortner-Ragan Awards Ceremony

LAURINBURG, N.C. – The annual Fortner-Ragan awards banquet at St. Andrews honored Dannye Romine Powell with the Ethel Fortner Award for her lifetime of writing. The Sam Ragan Fine Arts Award was presented to short story writer Randall Kenan. “How fortunate we are to feast on the power of the written word,” said campus vice president Dr. Robert Hopkins. “Reading generates so many pictures, images and videos in the mind.” Ethel Nestell Fortner believed that a full community embraced and encouraged the craft of writing in every way and form. The

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St. Andrews Thanks Donors for Support

LAURINBURG, N.C. – On Thursday, March 2, St. Andrews hosted a reception for Tower Club members, an annual event for donors who give $1,000 or more to the St. Andrews Annual Fund. The event, usually held in the fall, was postponed due to Hurricane Matthew. Special recognition was given to the Laurinburg Area Campaign volunteer leadership who raised $506,949 for St. Andrews from the local community during the 2015-2016 academic year. Beacham and Lynn McDougald, co-chairs of the Laurinburg Area Campaign, credit this accomplishment to the key volunteers, Wayne and

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MBA Expands Staff

Laurie Nederveen has joined St. Andrews as the MBA Program Outreach Coordinator. In this part time position she will be focusing on recruiting new MBA students for on-campus classes and also the live-via-the-web option. She will promote the program to enhance partnerships with businesses that may wish to serve as a practicum site or sponsor employees for the Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Nederveen graduated from E.A. Laney High School in Wilmington, NC. She applied to only one college – St. Andrews. Majoring in Psychology, she graduated with General Honors

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Science & Theology Lecture to be Held Feb. 21

LAURINBURG, N.C. – St. Andrews will be hosting the last John Calvin McNair Lecture Series on Science and Theology for the 2016-17 academic year on Tuesday, February 21 at 6 p.m. in the Carol Grotnes Belk Main Room.The lecture begins at 7 p.m. with dinner beginning at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public with an RSVP to [email protected] or 910-277-5240. Seating is limited. Speaker, Dr. William Brown from Columbia Theological Seminary will be sharing his thoughts on Biophilia and the Book of Job. The biophilia hypothesis, by definition,

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