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The show, the brainchild of alumnus Daniel Dickens, strives to raise
awareness of various charity organizations via the format of a comedy variety
show. In years past, the show has benefited the Cabarrus Night Shelter and the
Community Free Clinic, as well as individuals who needed the funds.

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The week will be comprised of a variety of
events including presented by various members of the Pfeiffer
community, including students, as well as local artists and
professionals. The shows will encompass a variety of areas of the arts,
including music, visual art, literature and theatre.

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Digital video and still photography will
comprise the two main components of the exhibit; designed in relation
to one another, they will be installed on opposite walls of the gallery.

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"We are extremely proud of Travis," said Dr. Chuck Ambrose, Pfeiffer president. "His inclusion in this book not only personifies servant leadership, but is also a great testament to his dedication and commitment. I look forward to reading the book."

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Otto will compare the answer to Jesus’ provocative question, “Who do
you say that I am?” offered by the four Gospel writers and will
highlight various portraits of Jesus at key times in United States
history and within selected subcultures.

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Pfeiffer students inducted into the university’s campus unit were: Joy
Prim, a junior from Yadkinville; Brittani Forte, a sophomore from
Richfield; Sally Lackey, a freshman from Mocksville; Jennifer
Whittington, a freshman from New London; Caitlin Chance, a freshman
from High Point; Crystal Dabbs, a freshman from Huntersville, Meredith

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Kirby and Harvey will be accompanied by Pfeiffer music faculty
member David Palmer, on piano; along with Laura Dangerfield, flute;
Anna Morris, oboe; Paige West-Smith, bassoon; and Frank Merritt, horn,
who are members of the Western Piedmont Symphony.

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Dr. Luke Dollar, assistant professor of biology, is rapidly receiving acclaim not only for his unique subject matter, but also for his tenacity and passion.

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That evening, the Pfeiffer choir will perform and students and faculty
will share information about the university’s past mission trips as
well as plans for upcoming trips, including a May 2008 trip to Armenia,
and how others can become involved. Refreshments prepared by the local
Armenian congregation will be served. The event is free and open to the

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Saturday, February 3, 2007

(704) 463-1360 ext. 2060 or (800) 338-2060 opt. 1

9:30 a.m.
Welcome Message
Henry Pfeiffer Chapel

10:00 a.m.
Parent Panel
Henry Pfeiffer Chapel

Student Panel
Jane Freeman Hall

Transfer Student Panel
Jane Freeman Hall

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Falcon Preview Day is an open house that gives
high school, prospective and transfer students and families, school
counselors and teachers an opportunity to visit the Pfeiffer campus and
learn about academic programs and student life. Participants will get
specific information about admission requirements, housing, majors and

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