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Auditions for Theatre-at-Tusculum’s production of ‘The Odd Couple’ Dec. 8-9

Posted on 24 November 2015

Auditions for Theatre-at-Tusculum's spring production of the award-winning comedy will be Dec. 8 and 9 in the Behan Arena Theatre.
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Christmas tree lighting and Christmas band concert set for Tuesday, Dec. 1, at Tusculum College

Posted on 20 November 2015

Get into the holiday spirit Tuesday, Dec. 1, at Tusculum College with a Christmas tree lighting and the annual holiday concert by the College’s Band Program. The local community is invited to the celebration and concert, which are both free and open to the public.
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Tusculum College Center for Civic Advancement director presents research in Spain

Posted on 18 November 2015

Dr. Ronda Gentry, the director of Tusculum College Center for Civic Advancement, recently returned from Barcelona, Spain, where she presented her research on first-generation Appalachian college students. Dr. Gentry, along with two peers, gave the presentation in Barcelona for the International Leadership Association. The presentation was based on her dissertation research on first-generation, Appalachian college students. Her dissertation was titled, “Cross-Cultural Conversations and Community Leadership: Creating Pathways for First-Generation Appalachian Students and Colleges.”
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Doak House Museum to host popular “Storytelling and Gingerbread” education program in December

Posted on 18 November 2015

The Doak House Museum’s most popular program for school children, “Storytelling and Gingerbread,” is returning in December. The program will begin Tuesday, November 24. Students from local schools visit the Museum on the Tusculum College for a taste of a traditional Christmas from the 19th century. Home schooled students are invited to enjoy the program [...]
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Thank-a-donor Week a success

Posted on 17 November 2015

On Friday, Nov. 13, more than 200 Tusculum College students participated in Thank-a-Donor Day at Tusculum College in order to show thanks for all donors who contribute to the College.  Students engaged in activities such as signing poster boards of thanks, creating thank you cards, creating sidewalk art of notes of thanks and videotaping messages [...]
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Tusculum College begins spring enrollment for adult day and evening programs

Posted on 06 November 2015

Tusculum College is currently accepting applications for the 2016 spring semester for the Graduate and Professional Studies program.
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Tusculum College to host Family Weekend Nov. 6-7

Posted on 06 November 2015

Family members will be the special guests at Tusculum College this weekend as a variety of activities for  students and their families are planned for  Family Weekend, scheduled for Nov. 6 and 7. “Family Weekend is a great event to bring families back for their kids,” said Blake Cantrell, associate director of constituent relations. “We [...]
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Tusculum’s Museum Director published online

Posted on 04 November 2015

Finding ways to recreate history through the stories of women is a widespread problem among museum curators and history enthusiasts, particularly in light of how rarely women are mentioned in historical documents. With this in mind, Dollie Boyd, director of museums for Tusculum College was recently published in an online blog for the American Association of State and Local History on the topic of “5 Ways to Get a Woman Out of the Kitchen.”
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Update on construction of the new Tusculum College science and math building

Posted on 03 November 2015

The Ronald H. and Verna June Meen Center for Science and Math is beginning to take shape, as this week the majority of the Lecture Hall and its section have the steel work completed, according to officials at Tusculum College.
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Knoxville Regional Center honors patron Nettie Fowler McCormick

Posted on 30 October 2015

Tusculum College honored patron Nettie Fowler McCormick during their annual service day in September. Faculty, staff and students from the Knoxville Regional Center came together on September 15 and 16to honor McCormick by spending their service day working at CAC Beardsley Community Farm. The group from Tusculum College picked 40 pounds of Muscadine grapes, 15 [...]
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