Lander Alumna, Rayshawn Trapp, Pens Inspiring Book, ‘Brown Boy, I Love You’

Rayshawn Trapp always dreamed of becoming an author. Uncertain about what type of book she should write, Trapp prayed for guidance. In the intervening years,...
New Teachers

Teacher Clothes Closet Returns to Lander

When it comes time for student teaching or job interviews, education students often find that they don’t have the clothes they need to look...

Lander Service Project Focuses on Greenwood Firefighters

Before leaving for spring break, Lander University students took time to fill “Blessing Bags” for firefighters in the City of Greenwood. Service interns in...

Lander Professor to Discuss African American Athletes and the Olympic Games

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Lander University invites the community to attend a discussion with Dr. Kevin Witherspoon, professor of history,...
Lander expert

Lander Experts Examine Johnson, Green

Lander University Professor of Art History Dr. James Romaine discusses the work of South Carolina artist William H. Johnson at the Greenwood Arts Center...

Lander Hosts SCPSA Conference

There has been a “rise of autocracy around the world” in recent years, according to Dr. Rachel Vanderhill. Vanderhill, associate professor of international affairs at...
Art Contest

Exhibition Showcases Creativity of Lander Art, Design Students

From a headless Queen of Hearts sculpture to nostalgic black-and-white photography to bright graphic designs, the creativity of Lander University’s art and design undergraduate...
Lander History

Lander Professor of History Honored

Lander University Professor of History Dr. Robert Figueira has been elected to a three-year term as an Executive Council member of the South Carolina...
Lander trustees

Board of Trustees to Meet Tuesday, March 14

The next meeting of the Lander University Board of Trustees is scheduled for Tuesday, March 14, at 2 p.m. in the F. Mitchell Johnson...
Time Management, Nursing

Time Management Crucial for Lander Student Machayla Gary

For Lander University junior nursing major Machayla Gary, life can sometimes seem “a little stressful.” Keeping up with her coursework at Lander and working part-time...