Campus News

Charity Drives Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Written by Samuel Ruiz-Gomez, Sport Business Management #KNIGHTSGIVING Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, many individuals have found themselves struggling financially, physically, and mentally. These have been tough times for many people, and St. Andrews...
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St. Andrews – Charleston President Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Melissa L. Jackson, MBA, appointed Inaugural Campus President for St. Andrews University – Charleston, a branch of Webber International University Babson Park, Florida For Immediate Release   Melissa L. Jackson, MBA, has been appointed the...
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Critter of the Week: Installment 3 Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Dear all, Below is Critter of the Week, installment 3. Take care, Tracy   Dedicated to the thousands of non-human neighbors who share our campus with us.  Brought to you by Science at St. Andrews....
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Critter of the Week – Installment 2 Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Dear all, Below is the second installment of "Critter of the Week", brought to you by Science at St. Andrews. Take care, Tracy   Roses are red, violets are blue, except if they’re yellow or...
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Saturday Spotlight – Reverend Cynthia Purvis Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Rev. Cynthia Purvis - Holy week “Holy Week is a wonderful end to the season of Lent. The rhythm of Holy Week is a beautiful opportunity for us to remember Jesus’ life and reorient our...
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Critter of the Week- Installment 1 Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Dear all, The following is part of a new series designed to share with all of you some of the cool critters on our campus.  Each email will feature a photo of one-two critters found...
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St. Andrews Officially Open for Business in Columbia and Charleston Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
St. Andrews Officially Open for Business in Columbia and Charleston   Babson Park, Florida For Immediate Release   St. Andrews University, a branch of Webber International University, is officially open for business in Charleston (2431...
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COVID 19 Vaccinations for students Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Knight Nation, Beginning on Wednesday, March 31st, Group 4 will be eligible to begin receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine.  This means ALL STUDENTS will be eligible.  Below is information regarding local places giving the vaccine.  Please...
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Holy Week Devotional 2021 Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
HOLY WEEK 2021 Holy Week chronicles the last moments of Jesus’ life as he drew closer and closer to the cross. From Palm Sunday to the resurrection celebration on Easter morning, the last week of...
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Weather Alert 3/18 – Updated Writen by Lee Anne Hanke
Updated 3/18 10:30 am The timeline for the severe weather impact has moved up to 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. All classes, activities, and athletics at and after 11:00 a.m. are canceled today, March 18th,...
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