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June - August 2011 The Lance
ACADEMICS
Graduation Celebration for
Senior Politics Majors
By Alice V-Z Harrison ’12
Editor
For those who don’t know, Professor of Politics and Asian Studies
Larry Schulz likes social gatherings—proving that even introverts
know how to have a good time.
On Thursday, May 5, senior politics majors (students of POL 419:
Senior Seminar in Politics) were cordially invited to be part of a
farewell gathering at the Schulz home. And, of course, no gathering
I of SAPC politics majors would be complete without professors Neal
Bushoven and Howard Reichner.
Students were treated to light refreshments, a beautiful atmosphere,
and plenty of fun conversation. Surrounding us as we ate our straw
berries and sipped our lemonade was the beautifiil herb garden that
he tends to.
Thanks fr^om us to you. Dr. Schulz!
SEarCH comes to St. Andrews
By Melissa C. Hopkins ’00
Director of Communications
The Scotland Early College High
School (SEarCH) Program began classes
on the St. Andrews campus on August 9.
This program is a collaboration
between Scotland High School and
Richmond Community College (RCC)
that allows qualified students to com
plete a high school diploma and associ
ate’s degree in five years.
Previously housed on the RCC cam
pus in Hamlet, transportation costs
resulted in an agreement among RCC,
St. Andrews, the Scotland County
Commissioners, and the Scotland
County School System to relocate the
program.
There are approximately 170 students
in the program and a stafi^ of 14. Office
space has been dedicated in the James L.
Morgan Liberal Arts Building A-hallway
and Morgan Jones.
The program strongly encourages that
the SEarCH students interact with col
lege students. Some of the program’s
classes will include RCC students and
will be taught by RCC faculty.
St. Andrews students will also have the
opportunity to interact with the
SEarCH and RCC students as they
move through the hallways and across
campus.
One of the hopes of the program is
that some of the students will decide to
complete a bachelor’s degree program at
St. Andrews.
As part of the agreement, a group of
classrooms have been dedicated to
SEarCH use between the hours of 9 a.m.
and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. (See
box at right) These dedicated spaces may
be used for St. Andrews activities and
classes after the SEarCH program com
pletes the day.
Dedicated SEarCH
Classrooms
LA 114
LAB4
LAB14
LAA9
MJ 201/202
MJ 204/205
Avinger Auditorium will be used
for assemblies and study halls
LA Bl4 has been converted to a
computer classroom
The Knight Life serves as the
cafeteria for the SEarCH stu
dents.
"Think Globally, Act Locally”
    

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