20/20 Collegiate Conference “Conversing with the Culture: Giving Reason for Our Hope.” Will be held Friday and Saturday, February 4th and 5th and we will need volunteers to help with the following: Before the conference for a variety of projects, well as volunteers to work registration, meals and breakout sessions. Volunteers will receive free admission into the conference (for selected
Please note that the Sharing Shop and Manna Ministry will not be operation for tonight, 01/11/11 due to the inclement weather. We apologize for any inconvenience that this decision may provide. Please contact the Student Life Office at 761-2305 if you have any questions.
Do you have a skill you would like to market while you are here at school? Perhaps you would like to prepare tax returns for people in the area for a fee. Or you might be a skilled carpenter or painter who could take on some jobs to help pay your way through school. You
Biblical Women’s Institute classes begin January 20th. It is not too late to sign up! Contact the Women’s Life Office at 761-2340 or email@example.com for more information.
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If you plan on graduating in Spring 2011, and if you have not already, please submit your graduation application as soon as possible. The deadline for applying for graduation is February 2 (the last day to add a class); but late applications will be accepted until February 28, 2011. During the late application period, students
Pastoral Internship at FBC Durham Looking for mentorship as you walk the path towards ministry? This Spring, First Baptist Church of Durham is offering a semester-long internship designed to help men prepare for a life of fruitful and faithful vocational ministry. The centerpiece of FBC’s pastoral internship is reflection about the nature, purpose, and methods
December 18-19 Library CLOSED December 20-23 8am – 5pm OPEN December 24 – January 2nd CLOSED The Library will resume regular hours on January 3, 2011.
Are you exhausted from countless nights without sleep? Are you sick of writing papers? Are you spending more time at the library than in your own home? Maybe you should take a BREAK from STUDYING…. The Student Life Office invites you to Study Break. It is THIS Thursday, December 9, from 9-11 PM in The
All are invited this Friday, Dec 10 to a concert of Christmas anthems and Vivaldi’s Gloria cantata featuring the Southeastern Choir and the Northeast Piedmont Chorale. Opening music will be provided by the Southeastern Orchestra. This is a free concert beginning at 7pm.