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Dressed in their Hollywood best, the nominees will be interviewed upon arrival as cameras flash. They will also get an opportunity to mingle with the largest crowd of thespians in North Carolina, and see their names and Pfeiffer University displayed on the big screen. It will be a night to remember.

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A ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration was held on Aug. 29 to formally introduce students, staff and faculty to the vibrant and spacious new venue. Everyone celebrated with fantastic food and door prizes, including three iPods, were given away.

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Moose's exhibit will consist of an array of landscape imagery from the artist's own imagination as well as many depictions from his experiences in different parts of the country.

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New Faculty

Jewel Mayberry, Associate Professor of English

Ashley Oliphant, Assistant Professor of English

Doug Hume, Assistant Professor of Religion

Bill Ledford, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Shannon Salyer, Assistant Professor of Psychology

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"It is important for the police department and Pfeiffer's student staff to establish proper procedures at the beginning of each year to allow us to operate more efficiently when school is in session," said Misenheimer Police Chief Tracey Wyrick.

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Dressed in their ceremonial regalia, Pfeiffer graduates were supported by hundreds of family members and friends who attended the ceremonies. One-by-one graduates received their well-deserved diplomas representing more than 15 academic disciplines and a handshake from Pfeiffer President Dr. Chuck Ambrose, who delivered the keynote address.

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Dressed in their ceremonial regalia, Pfeiffer graduates will be looked upon by hundreds of family members and friends. One-by-one graduates will step onto the stage to receive their well-deserved diplomas representing more than 15 academic disciplines and a handshake from Pfeiffer President Dr. Chuck Ambrose, who will render the graduation message.

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Howard attended the annual conference as an at-large delegate from the Winston-Salem district. He was one of only 13 lay delegates elected and will join with 13 clergy delegates and the 12 other lay delegates to represent Methodists of Western North Carolina at General Conference, April 23-May 2, 2008 in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Dobbs comes to Pfeiffer from Peru State College in Nebraska, where he served as head coach for both the women's basketball and women's golf teams.  

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