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University presents The Heiress

The Lipscomb University drama department presents The Heiress April 19-22 at 7:30 p.m. in Arena Theatre, located at 3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville. Admission is free. Performances are open to the public, and everyone is invited to attend. No tickets or reservations required, but arrive early because seating is limited. The Heiress was first produced on Broadway in 1947. Set in the most affluent section of 1850 New York City, The Heiress is the story of Dr. Austin Sloper and…

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Lipscomb University’s Conversations Reading Series program presents “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Lipscomb University’s Conversations Reading Series program will present The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood, April 17, at 7:30 p.m., in the Student Center, located at 3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville. The event is free and open to the public. Everyone is invited to attend. Every situation in Atwood’s disturbing novel, about a society where women are valued only if they are able to bear children, is based on documented events that have occurred somewhere in the world. The story of…

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Bluefield College Schedules Easter Egg Hunt for Area Kids

Alpha Delta Sorority of Bluefield College will sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt on campus, Sunday, April 8. The hunt will begin at 2 p.m. at the BC Dome and will be open and free to children of all ages. The hunt will include a competition that will be divided into age groups, and the Alpha Delta sisters will hide more than 2,000 eggs on the BC campus. Various prizes will be awarded, including those for the most eggs found and…

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News from Lee University

The 2001 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges will include the names of 61 students from Lee University who have been selected as national outstanding campus leaders. Lee University will host more than 300 Bradley County school students for the annual academic contest, “Challenge of the Champions” on Saturday, March 24. Lee University will present its spring musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” on March 29-31 and April 5-8. The Lee University Conn Center…

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Spiritual Formation Topic of Bluefield College Staley Lecture Series

Dr. Hollon, known as “a reconciliation artist with a heart for people,” will share his unique story, “The Humpty-Dumpty Miracle: Reconciliation in a Global Age,” during the Staley Distinguished Scholars Series at Bluefield College, Wednesday, March 28 through Friday, March 30. During the three-day lecture series, Dr. Hollon will explore Christian spiritual development, faith, worship and the idea of reconciliation in today’s global era. Dr. Hollon will offer a lecture all three days, March 28-30, beginning at 10 a.m. each…

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ThirD FRidaY” Coffeehouse Presents BRUCE CARROLL

Friday, March 16: a very special “ThirD FRidaY” Coffeehouse @ Koinonia, 7:30 pm With Grammy award winning artist (and former Belmont member) BRUCE CARROLL Bruce is a dear friend of mine and now a Worship leader at Hope Presbyterian Church in Memphis; still traveling, doing concerts but next week he comes to us in that rare intimate coffeehouse setting where he really shines. Bringing a musical guest or two, he shares warm, personal “story” songs about real people encountering God’s…

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Bluefield College Welcome High School Students

Area high school students are invited to attend Spring Open House on the campus of Bluefield College, Saturday, March 17. Registration for Open House will begin at 8:30 a.m. on March 17 and will be followed by a Majors and Student Activities Fair highlighting the various BC academic divisions and student organizations and activities on campus. Following a brief welcome session, prospective students can take part in College 101 Sessions — sections of actual sample BC classes from the general…

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College Events at Belmont Church

Two great events at Belmont Church THIS WEEK: 1. Weds. Night LIVE just for students TOMORROW NIGHT, Feb 28 @ 9:00 pm at ‘Koinonia’ across from the church on the same side of the street. (see attached doc if you want to print a little poster) We know VU, Belmont, MTSU and Trevecca will be represented; how about TSU, Lipscomb, UTN, Freewill Baptist and others? You’re invited! It’s a quick 90 minutes INCLUDING a meet and greet time…. Hey, we…

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Christian Music’s Mark Schultz Schedules Concert at Bluefield College

He’s written two number one contemporary Christian music singles, he’s been nominated for six 2001 Dove Awards from the Gospel Music Association, and he’s been referred to as “the next superstar of Christian music.” He’s contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Mark Schultz, and on Monday, April 2, he will be performing live in concert on the campus of Bluefield College. Raised in the rural farming community of Colby, Kansas, Schultz showed all the early promise of a musical prodigy when as a…

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The Swingle Singers “jazzing up” the stage at Lee University

Lee University is proud to announce that The Swingle Singers will be performing on February 21, 2001 as part of the Presidential Concert Series. The performance will begin at 8 p.m. in the Dixon Center. In its eighth season, the Lee University Presidential Concert Series strives to bring high quality classical performers and artists to enrich the Cleveland and Bradley County community. Since 1963, when Ward Swingle formed the group with a repertoire of ‘swung’ baroque music, The Swingle Singers…

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