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The Little German Band from Raleigh, N.C. provided the entertainment for
"mini-Oktoberfest'', part of German Week last Saturday at Beik.
logeliier4-H clubs to build skills for ihc,
Haitian youths. Finally, Dr. Oldenburg and
his team built an irrigation canal which
today irrigates an area as large as 500 foot
When asked about what he
wants to accomplish as an educator of
future theologians. Dr. Oldenburg replied
that he wants to “shape the future leaders
of the Church to be faithful to the tradition
of God in a culture”, that is, to keep the
ing and glorifying O’Keeffe’s artwork is in
an appropriate form.
The Grey Hills Ensemble, of
which both Engelson and Bridges are
performing members, will present “Black
^ird. Red Hills” in a program featuring
20th century \vomen composers which will
tour the southeast this fall. Other members
of the Grey Hills Ensemble include Ann
Woodward, violist, professor of music and
chairman of string instruction at the Uni
versity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
and pianist Jane Whang, a graduate of
Mount Holyoke College. The program will
premier on November 6 at the Festival of
Women in the Arts at the University of
Alabama. It will also be performed on
November 8 at the North Carolina
Museum of Ait; November 9 at Duke
University, Durham, and at St Andrews;
November 10 at the University of Vir
ginia; November 11 at Sweet Briar Col
lege; November 13 at the University of
Richmond, and November 15, O’Keeffe’s
birthdate, at the National Museum of
Women in the Arts, in Washington D.C.
work of the Church and of God alive
within the secular world, not just as a theol-
Dr. Oldenburg is grateful for his
honorary degree. His service and commit
ment to Sl Andrews involves 15 years as a
trustee, five of which he served as Chair
man of the Board of Trustees. He believes
in the unique opportunities St. Andrews
presents to its students and in the students
themselves. He challenges the students of
St. Andrews to make a difference in some
one else’s life, whether through your voca
tion, avocation, or your support of causes.
He feels that there is a time for talking and
a time for action and he challenges his stu
dents to discover the difference.
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strengthen the bond between St. Andrews
and the Laurinburg community and aims to
involve all facets of both groups.
The projects within the program
are developed and implemented by St. An
drews’ business majors, but ideally include
all members of the college community.
These projects not only foster community
relations but provide students with the op
portunity to put theory into practice, work
with the local community, and gain skills
for entering the business community.
Earlier this season one team of 50
students actively participated in the annual
John Blue Cotton Festival and is continuing
their effort with the downtown merchants
to seek ways of maintaining the enthusiasm
that was generated in the downtown area
on Oct. 17. Another team is promoting a
volleyball tournament to be held at St.
Andrews in early November to benefit the
Southeastern Center for Family Violence.
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“Joseph introduced me and rec
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publisher, Carl Proffer,” Rigsbee said.
“They were expanding beyond publishing
Russian work, and mine was one of the
first books of American poetry they pub
Rigsbee and Brodsky see less of
each other now, but Rigsbee still corre
sponds with him occasionally. “I’m really
glad to see the world recognize his poetry in
this way,” Rigsbee said.
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