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Christmas First Night

The community invited to Christmas First Night performances

Christmas First Night, an Anderson University tradition, features the best instrumental and vocal music, dance, and theatre from the South Carolina School of the Arts, all with an emphasis on the joy of the Christmas sea...

Clayton King

LifeWay Christian Resources taps AU prof to revamp abstinence, sexual purity curriculum

Anderson University Distinguished Professor of Evangelism and well-known speaker Clayton King has been chosen by LifeWay Christian Resources to give new life to the most successful product the organization has ever relea...

Mike Roylance

Boston Symphony Orchestra tuba player to perform at the South Carolina School of the Arts

Boston Symphony Orchestra tuba player Mike Roylance will perform at the South Carolina School of the Arts at 7:30 p.m. Monday, November 11, in Daniel Recital Hall of the Rainey Fine Arts Building. Tickets are $5 for the...

Wind Ensemble

Wind Ensemble to perform music, host costume contest on Halloween

The Anderson University Wind Ensemble will present its annual Costume Concert on Thursday, October 31, at 7:00 p.m. on campus in the Rainey Fine Arts Center. This year's theme, "Children's Music," will include performanc...

Mobile Learning Initiative Conference

Christian K-12 educators in search of innovation meet at AU

The Christian Coalition for Educational Innovation will hold its annual conference October 27-29 at Anderson University, learning from AU leaders about the innovation at the university that has led it to become one of th...

Debbie Millman Exhibit

Work by graphic design, branding leader on display at Vandiver Gallery

Work by Debbie Millman, one of the world’s leading figures in graphic design and visual branding is on exhibit at AU’s Vandiver Gallery. On November 13, she will visit campus to discuss her work in a public lecture in th...

The Timken Foundation donates $250,000 to AU's student center and dining hall project

The Timken Company, a global Fortune 500 company, through its foundation, has given $250,000 to Anderson University to help build a new $15.2 million student center and dining hall. Officials from the Honea Path, South...

West African master drummer to perform with AU students Oct. 29

The South Carolina School of the Arts often brings in guest musicians to introduce students to different musical styles and traditions, but few artists have captivated AU students as much as current artist-in-residence B...

Into the Woods

AU Playhouse presents the musical Into the Woods Oct. 23-26

AU Playhouse presents the musical Into the Woods Oct. 23-26 The AU Playhouse of the South Carolina School of the Arts will present the musical Into the Woods at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23-26 at the Rainey Fine Arts Center on ca...

Anderson University has been named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys

Anderson University named to the 100 Best Buys list for seventh, consecutive year

For the seventh consecutive year, Anderson University has been named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys by Institutional Research and Evaluation, Inc. The list is compiled independently to identify those schools that...

Community-centered business team Enactus to host 5K race

Community-centered business team Enactus to host 5K race

On Friday, October 18, the Annual Alumni & Friends Trojan Challenge 5K Run/Walk will take place at Anderson’ University’s Athletic Campus (formerly the Anderson County Fairgrounds) from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Enactus, a...

John A. Broadus Lectures on Preaching

Former president of biggest Baptist seminary in Europe to lecture on preaching Oct. 22-23 at Anderson University

Michael Quicke, former Principal of Spurgeon’s College, will present the third annual session of the John A. Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23 at Anderson University. Sponsored by Anderson University’s College...

Student Enrollment Climbs

Student enrollment climbs for seventh consecutive year

For the seventh consecutive year, Anderson University has achieved a record enrollment, university officials said Oct. 2. This week marks the date when colleges and universities submit official fall numbers. Anderson ha...

Toni Scott

Toni Scott engages South Carolina School of the Arts students

The day after Toni Scott shared images and media coverage of her work capturing the experience of American slaves, the California-based multi-media artist, worked for more than four hours alongside Anderson Universi...

The Corn is Green

AU Playhouse presents The Corn is Green

The AU Playhouse of the South Carolina School of the Arts will present The Corn is Green at the Belk Theatre of the Rainey Fine Arts Center September 25-28. The story by Emlyn Williams is a now-classic play about an ins...

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