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Air Force clarinet quartet performs

The Fine Arts & Humanities Division kicked off the semester with a free concert presented by the United States Air Force Band of Mid-America Liberty Clarinet Quartet. A capacity crowd of students and faculty witnessed

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Science on Wheels ribbon cutting

Students from area schools can take advantage of a mobile science lab on wheels, thanks to a recent initiative by LeMoyne-Owen College. On Nov. 13, LOC President Andrea Miller, Dr. Sherry Painter, and community partners cut the ribbon for

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Fagin Lecture speaker stresses building civil rights legacy

Pick up the mantle of civil rights and build a legacy for the future, Terri Freeman, this year’s Fagin Lecture speaker, told participants who gathered at Metropolitan Baptist Church, Nov. 11.

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U.S. Attorney stresses importance of voting

Today is Election Day in Memphis, but leading up to the day candidates and others pressed their issues and explained why certain candidates should be elected for particular positions. Mr. LOC, Damou Traore, wanted to remind voters about

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Library expands available services

Librarians are seeing increasing traffic this semester, resulting from additional personnel and expanded programs. Library Director Annette Hunt said the librarians are assisting more students with a staff of four full-time and three part-time positions.