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Guidance counselors from across the state pose with the Warrior Mascot as they arrive at SWU's Central campus. They were participants in the S.C. Guidance Counselor Bus Tour June 18. While at SWU, the counselors toured the campus and met with President Todd Voss, along with faculty, staff and students. The stop was topped off by a delicious lunch at the Dining Commons.

Guidance counselors from across the state pose with the Warrior Mascot as they arrive at SWU's Central campus. They were participants in the S.C. Guidance Counselor Bus Tour June 18. While at SWU, the counselors toured the campus and met with President Todd Voss, along with faculty, staff and students. The stop was topped off by a delicious lunch at the Dining Commons.

Sam’s Club Store 4901 in Easley presented a 38-foot-by-20-foot United States flag and a large state flag Oct. 15 at SWU’s Track and Soccer Complex, currently under development near the S.C. Highway 93 entrance in Central. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/sams-club-donates-flags-to-swu/#.Ul6O29KsiSo

Sam’s Club Store 4901 in Easley presented a 38-foot-by-20-foot United States flag and a large state flag Oct. 15 at SWU’s Track and Soccer Complex, currently under development near the S.C. Highway 93 entrance in Central. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/sams-club-donates-flags-to-swu/#.Ul6O29KsiSo

Vick B. Dixon, an engineer at Duke Energy, center, presented SWU Vice President for Development Dr. Lisa McWherter, left, and University President Dr. Todd Voss, right, with a $5,000 personal check, along with his Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gift Form, which combined will render a $10,000 donation. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/duke-energy-foundation-donation-benefits-swu/#.UoYxy9KsiSo

Vick B. Dixon, an engineer at Duke Energy, center, presented SWU Vice President for Development Dr. Lisa McWherter, left, and University President Dr. Todd Voss, right, with a $5,000 personal check, along with his Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gift Form, which combined will render a $10,000 donation. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/duke-energy-foundation-donation-benefits-swu/#.UoYxy9KsiSo

SWU accepted a $10,000 check from First Citizens Bank to benefit its Promise Fund during the P.B. Wood Golf Tournament Oct. 14 at Pickens Country Club. Pictured from left are Dr. Lisa McWherter, Southern Wesleyan’s vice president for development; Bill Harley, senior vice president of First Citizens Bank; and Dr. Todd Voss, SWU president. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/first-citizens-donation-benefits-promise-fund/#.UoYzetKsiSo

SWU accepted a $10,000 check from First Citizens Bank to benefit its Promise Fund during the P.B. Wood Golf Tournament Oct. 14 at Pickens Country Club. Pictured from left are Dr. Lisa McWherter, Southern Wesleyan’s vice president for development; Bill Harley, senior vice president of First Citizens Bank; and Dr. Todd Voss, SWU president. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/first-citizens-donation-benefits-promise-fund/#.UoYzetKsiSo

Southern Wesleyan University President Todd Voss, left, and Baptist Easley CEO Michael L. Batchelor sign a memorandum of understanding signaling collaboration on initiatives that include a new MBA healthcare administration concentration and wellness and prevention programs. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/swu-baptist-easley-hospital-sign-agreement/#.U6L7xZRdWSo

Southern Wesleyan University President Todd Voss, left, and Baptist Easley CEO Michael L. Batchelor sign a memorandum of understanding signaling collaboration on initiatives that include a new MBA healthcare administration concentration and wellness and prevention programs. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/swu-baptist-easley-hospital-sign-agreement/#.U6L7xZRdWSo

Honoring their service -- Visiting Marines from Camp LeJeune, N.C., and the Marine Corps Upstate Wounded Warrior Regiment passed by the Southern Wesleyan University campus. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/honoring-their-service/#.U6si_5RdWSo

Honoring their service -- Visiting Marines from Camp LeJeune, N.C., and the Marine Corps Upstate Wounded Warrior Regiment passed by the Southern Wesleyan University campus. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/honoring-their-service/#.U6si_5RdWSo

WU beats Clemson – in Human checkers, that is! Many in our SWU community came out and joined our Clemson friends for this lighthearted competition. Calling the moves were SWU President Dr. Todd Voss and Clemson’s senior associate vice president of student affairs Dr. Doug Hallenbach. Thanks to Central Area Business Council and Clemson Chamber, as well as well as Pioneer Food Service and our many fine dining establishments!

WU beats Clemson – in Human checkers, that is! Many in our SWU community came out and joined our Clemson friends for this lighthearted competition. Calling the moves were SWU President Dr. Todd Voss and Clemson’s senior associate vice president of student affairs Dr. Doug Hallenbach. Thanks to Central Area Business Council and Clemson Chamber, as well as well as Pioneer Food Service and our many fine dining establishments!

University Singers aired on WYFF News 4 to inform them about Operation Freedom Cadence.

The Southern Wesleyan University Singers stopped by WYFF News 4 at Noon on Monday performing a patriotic medley for viewers.

Southern Wesleyan University organized a bottled water drive to benefit students, faculty and staff of Allen University following historic flooding in the Columbia area. Allen University students help Joey Turner and Ken Alexander unload the Southern Wesleyan University truck shortly after arriving in Columbia Oct. 8. Looking on is Geraldine Livingston, right, executive assistant to Allen University President Dr. Lady June Cole.

Southern Wesleyan University organized a bottled water drive to benefit students, faculty and staff of Allen University following historic flooding in the Columbia area. Allen University students help Joey Turner and Ken Alexander unload the Southern Wesleyan University truck shortly after arriving in Columbia Oct. 8. Looking on is Geraldine Livingston, right, executive assistant to Allen University President Dr. Lady June Cole.

SWU students assist in food distribution at Gleaning House Ministries in Pickens. Approximately 200 volunteers, including students, faculty and staff, went to a dozen sites across Pickens, Oconee and Greenville counties for the second annual Day of Service March 18. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/swu-serves/#.UzHAoqhdWSo

SWU students assist in food distribution at Gleaning House Ministries in Pickens. Approximately 200 volunteers, including students, faculty and staff, went to a dozen sites across Pickens, Oconee and Greenville counties for the second annual Day of Service March 18. http://www.swu.edu/about-swu/news/swu-serves/#.UzHAoqhdWSo

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