“Big River” comes to Little Theatre

Lindsay Buchanan, Senior Writer

September 8, 2010

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The Florence Little Theatre (FLT) will take audience members down the Mississippi River on Sept. 17-25 when the cast and crew members of "Big River" will be performing an adaptation of Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn." Kristen...

Natalie Stovall rocks Music on the Lawn

Alexis M. Johnson, Staff Writer

September 8, 2010

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Singer Natalie Stovall impressed her audience at FMU's Music on the Lawn on Saturday, August 28. Recently voted the "Best Female Performer" and "Best Entertainer," among other accolades by Campus Activities Magazine, Stovall...

RENEW! welcomes all

Jasper Dewitt II, Staff Writer

September 8, 2010

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RENEW! is a Christian student organization that focuses on the study of faith through word, song, fellowship and brotherly love. RENEW! got its name from Romans 12:2, "Be transformed by the renewing of your mind." During...

Phi Alpha Theta wins best chapter

Hunter Deas, Copy Editor

September 8, 2010

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Competing against over 900 schools throughout the United States and Canada for the Phi Alpha Theta National Honor Society in History's best chapter award, FMU's chapter, Alpha Theta Zeta, won the 2010 competition. Each academic...

Event gives tips to aspiring teachers

Marina D'Souza, Photographer

September 8, 2010

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Organizational skills, planning and commitment to teaching were the three important topics covered at the Center of Excellence Student Kickoff held Thursday, Sept. 2 at FMU. The seminar worked to prepare teachers of children...

Hyman gallery features local artists

Lindsay Buchanan, Senior Writer

September 8, 2010

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Insects, pottery, warfare and life-size sculpture are just some of the things on display in the current Art Gallery Series at the Hyman Fine Arts Center. Works from three local artists, including a Francis Marion fine arts...

The Writing Center offers help to all students

Staci Poston, Assistant Editor

August 23, 2010

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Many students get stuck somewhere in the writing process. Everyone has spent valuable time staring at an open Word document with the cursor blinking and having no idea how to proceed. FMU's Writing Center can help with problems...

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