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When Singleton applied to Pfeiffer as a vocal major in 1964 and was accepted with scholarship, he would be exploring uncharted territory and experiencing many challenges his first year. The issue of race affected campus life and impacted surrounding communities.

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The third annual Friends of the Library book fair will feature selected North Carolina authors who have been reviewed on Martin's television program. Other books by various authors will also be available for purchase and will be tax-free.

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“Jobs of the future will go where there is an educated workforce, an infrastructure and a supportive government,” said Cisco President and CEO John Chambers. “That's why it's so important that today's students get the skills needed for the jobs of the 21st century.”

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Why Pfeiffer

Peverall, of Burnsville, N.C. and a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, ECU School of Art and Penland School of Crafts, has been creating works of art since the early 70's. He has crafted countless pieces that have been displayed throughout the eastern seaboard.

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The week began when former President Bill Clinton encouraged universities and communities to unite in discussing racial issues in an effort to move the country further in its race relations. Over the past several years, the Campus Week of Dialogue at Pfeiffer has come to include a wide range of important topics such as health care, sexuality and international conflicts.

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Date: October 1, 2006
Event: Movies that Matter: Brown Eye – Blue Eye Experiment
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Location: Blue Room (Stokes Student Center 219)
Cultural Credit: Yes
*Popcorn and Drinks will be provided

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“Pfeiffer University Athletics is blessed to have two tremendous representatives as our community liaisons,” said Pfeiffer Athletics Director Bobby Stewart. “Coach Hawkins and Coach Dombrowski both have community service in their hearts and will continue to enhance Pfeiffer's athletics relations with the surrounding community.”

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“Brian was good at stepping out of the box to be a friend. He was one of a kind,” said Steve Cumming, director of admissions at Pfeiffer University, as he remembers friend and former colleague affectionately known as “Pfish.”

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