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Westminster College Among National Leaders in Graduation Rate Performance

Westminster College is among the nation's best in enhancing the educational achievement of its students, according to a national study that was just released.

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Five Malawians to Speak at Westminster College

Five Malawians will speak at Westminster College Monday, Sept. 25.

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Woodwind Quintet Performing April 17

The Westminster College Faculty Woodwind Quintet will perform Tuesday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Berlin Lounge of the McKelvey Campus Center. The concert is free and open to the public.

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History Major Receives Scholarship

Jeffrey Skubick, a Westminster College junior history major, recently received the Mervin Feldman Memorial Scholarship.

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Student Groups Win Video Awards

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Two groups of Westminster College students produced documentaries that won awards in The Christophers' 21st Annual Video Contest for College Students.

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Instrumentalists Earn Top Honors in National Intercollegiate Band

Stephen Wheeler, Erin Thompson, Jennie Smith

Three Westminster College students selected to participate in the 2009 Small College Intercollegiate Band March 24-28 at the University of Texas in Austin earned high placement at the 100-member ensemble.

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Theatre Westminster to Present The Misanthrope

Theatre Westminster will present Moliere's The Misanthrope Feb. 18-21 in Beeghly Theater.

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Religion Professor Participated in International Seminar

Dr. Kang-Yup Na

Dr. Kang-Yup Na, Westminster College associate professor of religion, participated in an international faculty development seminar conducted by the Council on International Educational Exchange in June.

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AV Services Holds Most Successful E-Recycling Drive to Date

Westminster College's Audio Visual Services hosted an electronics recycling drive May 7 that collected over 10,000 pounds of expired or unused technology, making it the most successful of the four drives held and bringing the total collection to more than 21,000 pounds.

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Computer Science Professor to Share Robotics Research at Faires Faculty Forum

Dr. David Shaffer

Dr. David Shaffer, Westminster College associate professor of computer science, will present "Student Research in Machine Learning and Robotics" at Faires Faculty Forum Wednesday, Feb. 29, at 11:40 a.m. in the McKelvey Campus Center's Sebastian Mueller Theater.

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