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Sam Hanlon
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When Samantha Hanlon ’19 calls herself “a massive, insane advocate for mission work,” she’s probably not exaggerating.

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Austin Rose
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When Austin Rose, a sports management major from Concord, graduates from Pfeiffer University in 2021, he’ll likely be among the stronger candidates for entry-level positions in the front offices of Charlotte’s sports teams.

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Carey Maner
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A racing enthusiast since childhood, Carey Maner ’20 of Ansonville has been setting the pace for success at Pfeiffer University – and NASCAR.

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Dr. Joel Ellison Vickers
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It is with great sadness that Pfeiffer University announces the death on April 9 of Dr. Joel E. Vickers, who served with distinction as a professor and founding chair of the university’s Department of Health Administration from 1997 to 2016. Vickers was 81.

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Before Abigail Peck ’18 BSN, RN begins a shift as an oncology nurse on the Hematology-Oncology floor of Duke University Hospital, she has read through three or four emails detailing how her employer is trying to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. She is also asked questions: Have you traveled outside the country? Do you have a fever?

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Chad Leonard
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As part of his studies in Pfeiffer University’s Counseling and Human Services program, Chad Leonard of Lexington is interning through early May at Child Protective Services (CPS) of Stanly County. He couldn’t be happier.

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Joe Ferebee
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It is with great sadness that Pfeiffer University announces the death on Wednesday of Joseph S. Ferebee Sr, Pfeiffer’s beloved and highly successful baseball coach who served for over three decades.

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Cassandra King Conroy
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Shortly before the celebrated author, Pat Conroy, died in 2016 of pancreatic cancer, his wife promised him she would go back to writing after he was gone. Cassandra King Conroy – an award-winning author of essays, articles, and such novels as Making Waves, The Sunday Wife and Queen of Broken Hearts – did just that.

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It is with great sorrow that Pfeiffer University announces the death of Gene Earnhardt, who taught history at Pfeiffer from 1966 until his retirement in 1996. He was 85.

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Pfeiffer University’s STEM camps program, aiming to recruit science students for Pfeiffer from the Stanly County area, will offer its first programs for rising 10th-12th graders when the camps begin June 15 on the university’s Misenheimer campus.

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