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  1. Japanese Culture Explored
    January 30, 2006

    Students, faculty and staff joined together to celebrate Japanese culture at the Office of International Affairs Japanese Tea Party on Friday, January 28. Keiko Miyahara The program began with an opening ceremony

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  2. Mount Union College Plans Events for Black History Month
    January 30, 2006

    Cellist Karen Patterson will be performing on Tuesday February 7, at 10:30 a.m. in Presser Recital Hall as the Black History Month Keynote Performance sponsored by the Black Student Union and the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs at Mount Union

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  3. John Edwards Presents "Call to Public Service" Lecture at Mount Union College
    January 26, 2006

    According to former United States Senator and 2004 Vice-Presidential Candidate John Edwards, there are people out there who represent what our country is all about - hard-working individuals who hope for a brighter future. They are among the 37 milli

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  4. Former Presidential Advisor David Gergen Crosses Generations During Mount Union Address
    January 19, 2006

    David Gergen, former advisor to presidents Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Sr. and Bill Clinton, spoke at Mount Union College on Thursday, January 19 in the Mount Union Theatre. Gergen, the second of a number of speaker

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  5. Russian Landscape Artwork To Be Auctioned To Continue Future International Art Projects At Mount Union College
    January 18, 2006

    From February 6 until March 1, 2006, the Russian Landscape Exhibit, featuring artists from Kursk, Russia will be on display in the Crandall Gallery of Mount Union College. "An Autumn Morning" I.I. Sogachov 9

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  6. Yvonne Latty Presents Martin Luther King Jr. Day Keynote Address At Mount Union College
    January 16, 2006

    Yvonne Latty, reporter and author of 'We Were There: Voices of African American Veterans,' encouraged all Americans, African Americans in particular, to be proud of their history in her keynote address celebrating Martin Luther King Day.

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  7. Raider Recognition Rally Scheduled for January 24
    January 9, 2006

    The Raider Recognition Rally will be held on Tuesday, January 24 in the Hoover-Price Campus Center. Presented by the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce and Mount Union College, the rally will honor the Purple Raiders

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  8. Art Exhibit to Feature Recent Works by Joel Collins
    January 6, 2006

    The exhibit, which will be on display from January 9 through February 2 in the Crandall Art Gallery, will feature works by Joel Collins, professor of art and Dr. Robert T. and Phyllis S. White Chair in Art, ranging from photographic prints to charcoa

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  9. Mount Union Department of Education Featured at National Conference
    January 2, 2006

    Mount Union was highly represented at the 45th biennial conference for Kappa Delta Pi, the national education fraternity. The conference was held in Orlando, Florida on November 3-5 with the theme of 'infinite possi

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