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A monthly peek inside the challenging and engaging studies offered at Maryville College. This month, experience PHR189: Rock-climbing II.
MC Quick Facts:
Susan Cooper Walker, the widow of a wealthy Pittsburgh industrialist, moved to Maryville in 1932 and built her home, Morningside, in the College Woods. From 1932 until her death in 1950, she invested thousands of dollars in beautifying the campus. Among her contributions: The stone steps behind Carnegie Hall, trails in the woods, the road to the House in the Woods, hundreds of trees and shrubbery, and the old tennis courts.
The College will host a "Farewell to Wilson" concert on May 5, featuring the MC Community Chorus. Scheduled for 8 p.m. in Wilson Chapel, the concert will also include Maryville College choir alumni who will travel from all over the country to bid farewell to the Chapel. For more information, please visit the MC website.
It’s almost here! Commencement exercises for the Class of 2007 will be held on May 20. Information regarding senior celebrations, graduation rehearsals, photographers and other pertinent materials are located on the MC website.
Mark your calendars for the 11th annual KT Week 2007 scheduled for June 11th - 15th. Whether your schedule allows you to participate for a day or the entire week, all MC alumni and friends are invited to join this exciting and much anticipated week of volunteerism and fellowship. To register online, learn more about K.T. Week, or to view photos from previous years, vist the MC website.
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The Rev. Anne D. McKee, campus minister, will lead the Easter Sunrise Service planned for 6:45 a.m., April 8, on Lloyd Beach (grassy area between Lloyd Hall and Crawford House). A continental breakfast on the steps of Willard House will follow. See the MC website for more details.
The first annual Transfer Student Open House will be held at Maryville College on Tues., April 10, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Future transfer students are invited to visit Maryville College and to learn the “ins and outs” of transferring to MC. To register or for more details, please visit the MC website.
Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Randy Lambert and Associate Athletic Director and Volleyball Coach Kandis Schram have both recently made their 500th career win marks. All are invited to attend a special celebration April 12 at 4 p.m. to honor Lambert and Schram's achievements. For full details, visit the MC website.
Maryville College’s Voices of Praise (VOP) will begin their spring 2007 “Jesus is Alive” 3-day tour on Fri., April 13. The group will make stops in Atlanta and Woodstock, Ga.; Chattanooga and Cleveland, Tenn. For more information, contact Larry Ervin, 865.981.8222 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Mountain Challenge will celebrate its 20th anniversary April 20-21. A celebration dinner is planned for former and current students and Mountain Challenge participants from the surrounding community. A Mountain Challenge jamboree will be held on Sat., April 21. For more information, please visit the MC website.
The Maryville College Community Concert Band will present a program of traditional band selections, as well as several solo features performed by members of the band. The program is free to the public and college community. Audience members are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. For more information, contact Larry Smithee, 865.981.8153 / email@example.com
The Maryville College honorary theatrical society Alpha Psi Omega will present the Tony award-winning play “Art” on April 26-29. Check the MC website in the coming weeks for more information regarding show times and tickets.
Maryville College’s popular 5-day summer youth retreat for high school students involved in church leadership is scheduled for June 10-14. SYGA is open to rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders. Room and board fees for four nights are $175 per student. For more information, please contact Kathleen Farnham at 865.981.8217 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Maryville College baseball team has earned a #8 regional ranking from the American Baseball Coaches Association poll released on March 26 by NCAA Division III coaches. To check out the other spring sports teams at MC, visit the website.
Maryville College’s “Our Window of Opportunity” campaign video is now available online. Hear and see fellow alumni and friends of the College share their excitement for Maryville College’s Window of Opportunity. While you’re there, check out where the campaign stands on reaching its $78 million goal.