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Most Satisfactory Students: Samford and Coeducation (Part
" .The return of the 1898 graduate to honor the next generation
of Howard women made a neat circle, but even more change was on the
Samford Dedicates 1,000-Title Missionary Biography Collection
".As long as their stories are preserved, they will serve
as measuring points for our own journey, and models as we strive
to follow Christ's example."
Samford Returns to East Lake for Habitat Project
".The Habitat For Humanity "Home for the Holidays" building
project, near the site of Samford's first Birmingham campus,
was a community service project of ABC 33/40 and nine Birmingham
area corporations, including Samford ."
Samford Home Games Now Available Online
".For the first time ever, Samford fans and alumni will be
able to watch home Samford sporting events on the internet."
Hodges Documentary Will Air on PBS
". For One English Officer,
the story of Samford trustee Gerow Hodges' successful efforts
to free 149 Allied prisoners of war during World War II, will
be shown on Alabama Public Television (APT) in January..."