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The Troy Messenger
COMMUNITY IN ART: Leadership Institue focuses on role of art in communityVicki Pritchett, Johnson Center for the Arts executive director, attended the 2
COMMUNITY IN ART: Leadership Institue focuses on role of art in community
The Troy Messenger / Posted 2 days ago
Vicki Pritchett, Johnson Center for the Arts executive director, attended the 2015 Bill Bates Leadership Institute at Cheaha State Park last week and came away impressed and excited about the strong leadership in the arts statewide. “The Bill Bates... Read more
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Orange County Register
New trend in philanthropy: making a real social differenceJohn L. Ginger spent the past week relaxing on vacation aboard a boat on a tran
New trend in philanthropy: making a real social difference
Orange County Register / Posted 4 days ago
John L. Ginger spent the past week relaxing on vacation aboard a boat on a tranquil lake, but his mind kept drifting to a vibrant scene back home in Orange County. Thinking five years ahead, Ginger envisions people from all walks of life – rich,... Read more
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Snellville resident crowned Ms. Senior Georgia 2015Snellville resident Kristine Johnson was recently crowned Ms. Senior Georgia 20
Snellville resident crowned Ms. Senior Georgia 2015
Gwinnett Daily Post / Posted 5 days ago
Snellville resident Kristine Johnson was recently crowned Ms. Senior Georgia 2015. (Special Photo: Albert Brown) Snellville resident Kristine Johnson (center) was recently crowned Ms. Senior Georgia 2015. Johnson poses for a photo with her court,... Read more
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Disability Scoop
Feds Clarify Rights Of Parents With DisabilitiesErika Johnson, center, and Blake Sinnett, right, of Kansas City, Mo., welcomed
Feds Clarify Rights Of Parents With Disabilities
Disability Scoop / Posted 8 days ago
Erika Johnson, center, and Blake Sinnett, right, of Kansas City, Mo., welcomed home their two-month-old baby, Mikaela Sinnett, July 20, 2010 after she spent 57 days in foster care. Mikaela was placed in protective custody because both of her parents... Read more
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The Kentucky Kernel
Water balloon fight to return with better securityJunior Kinesiology major, Brittany Mills splashes water at other CSF helpers as
Water balloon fight to return with better security
The Kentucky Kernel / Posted 8 days ago
Junior Kinesiology major, Brittany Mills splashes water at other CSF helpers as they prepare for the Worlds Largest Water Balloon Fight. Tuesday, August 25, 2015 in Lexington, Photo by Joel Repoley | Staff By Connor Evanoff Each year UK students... Read more
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The Kentucky Kernel
UK professor was ‘born to run’ large classesProfessor of Psychology Dr. Jonathan Golding poses for a portrait at his office
UK professor was ‘born to run’ large classes
The Kentucky Kernel / Posted 8 days ago
Professor of Psychology Dr. Jonathan Golding poses for a portrait at his office in Kastle Hall in Lexington, Ky. on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. Photo by Michael Reaves | Staff. By Cheyene Miller Most college professors begin the first day of class by... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Jan Silvious headlines 2015 Equip2serve Ministry Conference at Malone University October 23-24The 2015 Equip2serve Ministry Conference: For the Kingdom — co-sponsored by Mal
Jan Silvious headlines 2015 Equip2serve Ministry Conference at Malone University October 23-24
The Alliance Review / Posted 9 days ago
The 2015 Equip2serve Ministry Conference: For the Kingdom — co-sponsored by Malone University and the Ohio Christian Education Association — will take place Oct. 23-24 in the Johnson Center for Worship and the Fine Arts, 2600 Cleveland Ave., N.W. in... Read more
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The Kentucky Kernel
Gallery: UK Fusion 2015Staff Report On Monday, Aug. 24th, hundreds of new UK students staggered out o
Gallery: UK Fusion 2015
The Kentucky Kernel / Posted 10 days ago
Staff Report On Monday, Aug. 24th, hundreds of new UK students staggered out of bed in the early morning hours to Johnson Center Fields for K Week’s Fusion. Volunteers were welcomed to Lexington by mayor Jim Gray and practiced their Zumba skills... Read more
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The Kentucky Kernel
K Week helps freshmen adjust to life at UKA student enjoys the music during the Luau Party at CSF in Lexington, Ky. on Fr
K Week helps freshmen adjust to life at UK
The Kentucky Kernel / Posted 11 days ago
A student enjoys the music during the Luau Party at CSF in Lexington, Ky. on Friday, August 21, 2015. Photo by Adam Pennavaria | Staff By Sarah Brookbank Campus Ruckus took over Johnson Center Fields on Saturday night, as students engaged in one of... Read more
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
Belmont to name new building after HCA CEO and his wifeNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Belmont University says a new $87 million building at t
Belmont to name new building after HCA CEO and his wife
WAFF 48 News Huntsville / Posted 11 days ago
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Belmont University says a new $87 million building at the heart of its campus in Nashville, Tennessee, will be named after health care giant HCA's chief executive officer and his wife. The Tennessean reports... Read more
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WRCB Chattanooga
Belmont to name new building after HCA CEO and his wifeNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Belmont University says a new $87 million building at t
Belmont to name new building after HCA CEO and his wife
WRCB Chattanooga / Posted 11 days ago
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Belmont University says a new $87 million building at the heart of its campus in Nashville, Tennessee, will be named after health care giant HCA's chief executive officer and his wife. The Tennessean reports... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
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Hundreds protest outside Planned Parenthood
Houston Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
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The Alliance Review
Malone Art Gallery presents Fiber ArtsCANTON — The Malone Art Gallery will feature Fiber Arts of Ohio from Aug. 31-Oc
Malone Art Gallery presents Fiber Arts
The Alliance Review / Posted 13 days ago
CANTON — The Malone Art Gallery will feature Fiber Arts of Ohio from Aug. 31-Oct. 8 in the gallery located on the upper level of the Johnson Center for Worship and the Fine Arts, 2600 Cleveland Ave., N.W., Canton. The Malone Arts Gallery is free and... Read more
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The Morning Call
Many questions remain about Eagles offensive linePHILADELPHIA — As one might expect from a team that's used just one draft pick
Many questions remain about Eagles offensive line
The Morning Call / Posted 16 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — As one might expect from a team that's used just one draft pick on an offensive lineman in a three-year span (and none in the last two), the video review by Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly from Sunday's preseason opener was not... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
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Liberty honor boys hoops team that was DQ'd for using girl
Houston Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
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CBS Sports
Willie Cauley-Stein's true potential unlocking every day, and it's scaryImagine the most violent dunk you can. Picture a 7-footer with a guard's grace
Willie Cauley-Stein's true potential unlocking every day, and it's scary
CBS Sports / Posted 23 days ago
Imagine the most violent dunk you can. Picture a 7-footer with a guard's grace catching a pass near the elbow, stepping hard toward the rim and obliterating a guy. The crowd roars, the poor defender falls to the floor. Put yourself in the dunker's... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Troy University’s Johnson Center: A Poor Steward of the TruthOn July 29, AL.com published a guest opinion editorial written by Daniel J. Smi
Troy University’s Johnson Center: A Poor Steward of the Truth
The Birmingham Times / Posted a month ago
On July 29, AL.com published a guest opinion editorial written by Daniel J. Smith, an associate professor of economics at the Johnson Center at Troy University criticizing the Retirement Systems of Alabama as a “poor steward” of retirement resources.... Read more

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